Queen's Ransom Bikepack
Group Ride Details:

This is a self-paced 4 day / 3 night 230 mile bikepacking loop around the East Valley of metro Phoenix and beyond. It includes about 40 miles of the Arizona Trail. GPS use is highly recommended. This is NOT a race nor is it a group ride. Riders should be at least of intermediate skill and be able to ride 75 miles in one day. We will regroup each night at designated camp locations. Event registration is $15 and may be completed here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/queens-ransom-bikepack-registration-75563537575

AZ State Trust Land Recreational Permits are mandatory and can be obtained here: https://asld.secure.force.com/recreationalpermit/

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  • Queen's Ransom Bikepack

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    • Land Owner Overlay
    • Wilderness (typically no bikes in USA)
    • BLM (public)
    • USFS (Wildlife sanctuaries darker than usfs)
    • State land
    • Indigenous
    • Military
    Trail Conditions
    • Unknown
    • Snow Groomed
    • Snow Packed
    • Snow Covered
    • Freeze/thaw Cycle
    • Icy
    • Prevalent Mud
    • Wet
    • Variable
    • Ideal
    • Dry
    • Very Dry
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    • Gate Gate
    • Trail Sign Trail Sign
    • Table or Bench Table or Bench
    • Ladder Ladder
    • Stairs Stairs
    • Bridge Bridge
    • Camping Camping
    • Cabin Cabin
    • Lodge Lodge
    • Bear Cache Bear Cache
    • Dock Dock
    • Ranger Station Ranger Station
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        229 miles
        Distance
        14,465 ft
        Climb
        -14,465 ft
        Descent
        3,740 ft
        High Point
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