23.0 miles
1,445 ft
-1,442 ft
542 ft
High Point

Start from El Jito tree heading east under the powerlines eventually heading north after crossing into the first development. Double track jeep road mostly until you meet the abrevadero watering hole. Then bit of sand riding in the arroyo and onto loosely marked singletrack with several arroyo crossings. Riding until you reach Rancho Nacapule (where more development is occuring for small ranchitos) head south thruough the ranch gate, passing Nacapule Canyon and continue until reaching the Baviso trail. Take a right on baviso trail and do nearly a complete loop in reverse.
Make your way from Laberinto to Dan's trail climb, suffer a bit on some steep hike-a-bike, then enjoy fun technical ride down through the canyon. complete the loop on dirt road back to El Jito.

Created 9-Aug-2019
Mickey Taylor

Detailed Description
Abrevadero-Baviso-Dans is a 23 mile moderately popular intermediate route located near San Carlos. This mountain bike only route can be used one direction and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route includes 19 trails. This route climbs 1,445 ft with a max elevation of 542 ft then descends -1,442 ft.
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    AM, XC, Gravel
  • Direction
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More Stats for Abrevadero-Baviso-Dans mountain bike route
  • Avg time
    2 hr 50 min
  • Altitude min
    52 ft
  • Altitude start
    128 ft
  • Altitude end
    131 ft
  • Grade max
  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    8 miles
  • Distance down
    8 miles
  • Distance flat
    7 miles
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Track on Trailforks doesn’t match actual trail on the ground. It was a bit hard to find the entrance from the north. Follow the dirt road until you see a trail spur. Easier with a bike computer or a handlebar mounted phone with the trails loaded. Canyon is a bit overgrown with weeds but still pasable.
Jan 2, 2022 @ 9:10am
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