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- 30.70 miles
- 187 ft
Tour the lower valley via Clint, Fabens, and San Elizario....
- 12.80 miles
- 380 ft
This easy, low traffic route shows guests how to get from the Hyatt Place to downtown El Paso. In downtown it passes by the El Paso Museum of History, the El Paso Museum of Art and San Jacinto Plaza before going back to the hotel. The return route is slightly different because of some one way stre...
- 8.10 miles
- 370 ft
This low traffic ride goes from the Hyatt Place Hotel to the Memorial Park area in central El Paso. In the area around the park you can find the municipal rose garden, an aquatics center and a public library. To the north and west of Memorial Park is an area with lovely and historic homes....
- 3.61 miles
- 200 ft
Here is the planned route for the January 16, 2015 Ride for Reading event from Crazy Cat Cyclery-Kern to Douglass Elementary School....
- 21.60 miles
- 1100 ft
This route is meant to show a way to get back and forth between the UTEP area and the east side of El Paso. It goes up and over Scenic Drive on the way east and turns around at the Cielo Vista Branch of the El Paso Library on Hawkins. The return trip stays lower and has a long, flat stretch on Yan...
- 14.20 miles
- 352 ft
Ride Sunday morning when Scenic Drive is closed to traffic. Add a few more miles on along Alabama or McKelligon...
- 24.00 miles
- 400 ft
This weekend loop starts and ends at Keystone Heritage Park in El Paso's Upper Valley. Keystone contains a botanical garden and a wetland area perfect for bird watching (feathers). Near the end of the trip we stopped at the Farmers' Market at Ardovino's Desert Crossing in Sunland Park, NM for brea...
- 22.40 miles
- 1210 ft
This scenic ride goes from Ruidoso thru Alto, past the airport and ends in the Fort Stanton Historic area. There are lots of great views along the way. Spend some time looking around in Fort Stanton, including the cemetery. ...
- 114.00 miles
- 4300 ft
This road ride has a 75 mile "warm up" before a serious climb! Starting at the Texas-New Mexico state line, travel north on US 54 and slowly close in on the mountains. The route goes around Alamogordo on the relief route, but you could fuel up there or even spend the night there about 65 miles into ...
- 16.00 miles
- 1800 ft
This is a great low-traffic climb in the central part of El Paso. The out-and-back ride starts near the UTEP campus, goes up and over Rim Road and Scenic Drive, then climbs up Piedras before entering McKelligon Canyon Park for a steep 2.5 mile climb to the end of the road. Turn around and enjoy th...
- 114.00 miles
- 4300 ft
This road ride has a 75 mile "warm up" before a serious climb! Starting at the Texas-New Mexico state line, travel north on US 54 and slowly close in on the mountains. The route goes around Alamogordo on the relief route, but you could fuel up there or even spend the night there about 65 miles into...
- 12.20 miles
- 2900 ft
This looks and feels like a Tour de France climb! It's the kind of ride you can brag about. The first few miles are a moderate climb and then it's back and forth switchbacks up to Ski Apache with the last mile downhill. The route shown is 12.2 miles ONE WAY. Make sure you have great brakes if yo...
- 93.00 miles
- 3750 ft
This road bike ride takes the main highway (62/180) from El Paso to the headquarters of Guadalupe Mountains National Park at Pine Springs. The mapped route starts just east of the intersection of 62/180 and Loop 375, so if you start seven miles closer to downtown El Paso you'll have one helluva ce...