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Corrales & Alameda Bosque Off-Road Trails and Bike Routes

for Biking, Birding, Hiking, Running and Horseback Riding

New! Now with City Bike Routes Layer

Including portions of Rio Grande Valley State Park and Albuquerque Open Space District

See also the Sandia Mountains Foothills Mountain Bike Map

Bosque Bill has started a lazy man's survey of trails in the area which is pretty easy using a cool tool such as his Garmin GPS that automatically logs the tracks. The tricky part was formatting the results into something useful for you.

Featured Trail: Corrales Bosque Trail

The main, single-track trail from the northwest end of the Alameda Bridge, north up through the Corrales Bosque, to where Arroyo de las Lomitas Negras is channeled into the river is highly recommended for its scenic beauty and riding pleasure. It winds between cottonwood trees and across meadows with occasional views of the Rio Grande and Sandia Mountains.

Great bird watching opportunities abound; see the birding pages. In mid to late summer there are patches of trail that become quite sandy and other small stretches that are overgrown by alfalfa that can reach over your head.

To view scenes from along the trail use the checkbox for "Display Photo View Points."

Trail Length: From Alameda Bridge to arroyo approximately 6.5 miles (via the relatively straight levee road it's 5.7 mi.) Be courteous to other trail users.

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See Legend below map for trail color codes.

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You can click on a trail for a description of the trail segment.

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Display Parking Areas
Click the icon to see details about parking at that location. Note: hours of operation.

Display Bike Routes

Display Photo View Points in Corrales Area
Click an icon to see a photo taken at this location.
View more & bigger trails photos in new window.

Trail Features and Facilities You may wish to zoom in to better see the icons and their placement.

Highlight Corrales Bosque Preserve.

Highlight Rio Grande Valley State Park.

Trails shown on map are derived from GPS data tracks logged during actual bike rides.
(if you would like a .gpx file of the trails to load into your GPS, drop me a line.)
Note Open Space and/or Park hours and observe posted regulations.
Use trails at your own risk. Be courteous to others. Be a good steward to the land.

Trail Overlays, Trails, and Descriptions ©2007
Yes, these assets need updating. I hope to get to it soon.

KML & KMZ files generated using GoogleEarth, v. 4.1 (not 4.2)
The Map file was last modified on: July 11, 2015 at 11:07 am.
The Trails file was last modified on: November 03, 2008 at 4:07 pm.
The Features file was last modified on: September 13, 2007 at 8:49 am.
The Photos file was last modified on: September 11, 2007 at 8:39 am.
The Parking file was last modified on: September 16, 2007 at 9:45 am.
The Services file was last modified on: September 07, 2007 at 4:15 pm.
The Corrales file was last modified on: September 07, 2007 at 4:26 pm.
The RGVsp file was last modified on: September 23, 2007 at 11:32 am.