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    High Elevation Trails in New Mexico

    We have some, what are your favorites?

    The ride up Frazer Mountain and down the Northside singletrack on Bull of the Woods is one of mine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienTrees View Post
    We have some, what are your favorites?

    The ride up Frazer Mountain and down the Northside singletrack on Bull of the Woods is one of mine.
    Pretty cool! Ravens ridge-Rio En Medio is my all time fav!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCC View Post
    Pretty cool! Ravens ridge-Rio En Medio is my all time fav!
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    Funny how the camera flattens out how steep and narrow the terrain is up on Raven's Ridge. There are a couple nice sized drops and roll overs in the video. Good job getting them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastmaster View Post
    Funny how the camera flattens out how steep and narrow the terrain is up on Raven's Ridge. There are a couple nice sized drops and roll overs in the video. Good job getting them!
    Camera never does justice to the actual terrain! Thanks!
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    So Iíve ridden REM, but holy crap Ravenís Ridge looks amazing.

    Looks like a couple options for the climb to the top... best place for my wife to drop me off? Suicide to ride alone? (Iím comfortable with exposure and love natural, raw, chunky trails)

    Ideal ride would be her dropping me off on the edge of the pavement at Aspen Vista and take RR-REM to DoubleDiscount (discount double check?) back to camp along FS/FR102. Followed by copious consumption of IPA by the fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06HokieMTB View Post
    So Iíve ridden REM, but holy crap Ravenís Ridge looks amazing.

    Looks like a couple options for the climb to the top... best place for my wife to drop me off? Suicide to ride alone? (Iím comfortable with exposure and love natural, raw, chunky trails)

    Ideal ride would be her dropping me off on the edge of the pavement at Aspen Vista and take RR-REM to DoubleDiscount (discount double check?) back to camp along FS/FR102. Followed by copious consumption of IPA by the fire.
    You take Cutover from the last creek crossing on REM back to 102, don't Discount your ride to camp if you ever want to see your wife again. Raven's>REM is arguably the finest big boy descent in the lower 48. It really should be an EWS stage.

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