OHV Off Highway vehicles ATVs
Motorcross Biking Mountain Biking
Horseback Riding Hiking
A great spot for the weekend warrior, the Glade Run Recreation Area is comprised of 19,000 acres of sandy arroyos, slick rock and rolling terrain. Vegetation is sparse, primarily consisting of common grasses, rabbitbrush, sagebrush, junipers, and pinyons.

The recreation area is split into two off-highway vehicle use zones. The northern three-quarters of the Glade are managed for limited trail use and 3,800 acres on the south end are managed as an open OHV area. Approximately 41 miles of marked trails for motorized trail bike and mountain bike trails are located in the limited OHV portion of the Glade Run.

The mountain biking in this area is famous for the Road Apple Rally which has been held annualy since 1981, making it the oldest mountain bike rally in the nation! Learn more from the following video.

Mountain Biking Trails

Trail Name Difficulty Miles Comments
Anasazi Loop Easy 2.7 Single track
Bong Rock (Foot Hills Loop) Intermediate 1.5 Single track, few steep parts.
Hood Mesa Trail Easy 4.2 Mostly paved road or two-tracks.
Kinsey (Foot Hills Loop) Intermediate 3.7 Part single track, part ATV track.
Lake View Intermediate / Difficult 1.7 Single track.
Mood Swings (aka Clark's Bypass) Intermediate 3.8 Mostly existing road or two-tracks.
Rigor Mortis Intermediate 3.6 Parallels parts of Kinsey.
Road Apple East Easy / Intermediate 4.4 Mostly single track.
Road Apple West Easy / Intermediate 12.6 Mostly single track, some two-track.
Seven Sisters (Foot Hills Loop) Intermediate 1.4 Mostly single track, some two-track.
Wild Bill Difficult 0.9 Single track.
Glade Run Mountain Bike Trails
Glade Run Mountain Bike Trails Map (PDF 233 KB)

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BLM Farmington Field Office
6251 College Blvd. Suite A
Farmington, NM 87402
(505) 564-7600
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