Every mile of this trail is gorgeous and most of it has adjacent unpaved trails closer to the river. I walk along the shoulder so I donâ€™t have to fear cyclists who wonâ€™t share the road.
Bosque bike trail named among countryâ€™s most scenic | Albuquerque Journal News By Jessica Dyer / Journal Staff Writer PUBLISHED: Friday, April 25, 2014
The Paseo del Bosque Trail in Albuquerque has been named one of the countryâ€™s 15 â€œmost scenic bike trailsâ€ in a new story from The Active Times.
The 16-mile multi-use paved trail that runs from the South Valley to Alameda and through the Rio Grande Valley State Park is not new to accolades. Sunset magazine once proclaimed it among the best trails in the Western U.S.
The bike trail nod is just the latest highlighting Albuquerqueâ€™s active culture.
Earlier this month, Outside magazine proclaimed Albuquerque one of the â€œ10 best big cities for active familiesâ€ alongside the likes of Austin, Texas, and Portland, Oregon.
In March, mountain-biking website Singletracks named Albuquerque to its list of the top 10 mountain bike cities in North America.
Bosque bike trail named among countryâ€™s most scenic | Albuquerque Journal News
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A true getaway in the middle of the city.
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