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Riders on their way to Taos Ski Valley in the fall
Just another fall ride through Valdez
Riders on the fall Great Taos Loop ride above Valdez
Trail kill on the Woodpile Trail
LJ traversing on the Woodpile Trail
Apache Springs meadow in summer
Switzerland? New Zealand? It's Frazer Mountain, Northside at TSV
That's why it's called Steam Engine Trail at Northside
Keith at Northside at TSV
Just another ride somewhere near Taos
Michael on South Boundary Trail
Riders bundled up on New Year's Day Ride
Shawn and Macky at Bobcat Pass, Enchanted Circle
Jake on Junction Bridge, Two Bridge Ride
Michael and LJ descend Starlight Canyon in Fall
Riders on Trail 660 in the Fall
"Jake the Ripper" on the Yellow Brick Road, South Boundary Trail
A rider enjoys Trail 660 in Fall colors
Little John aka LJ and Jonathon on the South Boundary Trail
LJ in "Heaven on Earth"
LJ and Michael heading to Frazer Mountain at Northside
LJ and Michael onward and upward at Northside
Just another scenic view at Northside
Michael and LJ at Northside at TSV
Michael and Keith entering the Eliot Barker Trail from Osha Meadow

Jonathon descending to Corner Park in fall colors


Kerrie on the South Boundary Trail in Spring

Jonathon about to enter Heaven on Earth from Corner Park

Michael and Keith on South Boundary in Fall.
Keith on Cerro Vista, where the only thing higher are the clouds.
"The Swan" and the Rio Grande Gorge along The Rift Valley Trail
Brandon near the rim on Horse Thief Trail
Donna traversing on the Woodpile Trail

John "The Swan", formerly known as "The Fury", heading out to Hopewell Lake

Mike "The Missle" coming down from the Brazos Overlook
John (The Fury) Swanson on Highway 518
The Fury on Highway 518 watching for Elk
Views of the Rio Grande Gorge on the Rift Valley Trail
Andrew in the Cathedral on Trail 660
Doug enjoys the view above Taos on Picuris Peak
Sir Jake in the meadow below Picuris Peak
Riders on the approach to Picuris Peak
Carlos on the Woodpile Trail
Mark negotiates an obstacle on South Boundary Trail
It's not all fun and games on the Boundary, look out below
Lots of rain means flowers and lush trail
Shane traverses another beautiful aspen grove along Trail 660
Jake the Ripper on South Boundary Trail
Shane enters Paradise Park along South Boundary Trail
Riders scurry to get off Cerro Vista peak at 11,900 feet before the rain hits
Jonah takes a break on the Woodpile Trail
The approach to Maestas Park on the Woodpile Trail in fall colors
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