Renowned epic ride: rugged mountain, flowy technical, unforgiving drops
This world renowned epic ride has it all – rugged & remote mountain terrain, flowy to technical singletrack and unforgiving rock drops on the Porcupine Rim section. The Whole Enchilada (typically July – September) starts at 10,600 ft, climbs to 11,200 ft. and drops to 4,000 ft. at the Colorado River. Essentially the Whole Enchilada combines several sections of trail: Burro Pass, down to Hazzard County, then on to Kokopelli Trail followed by Porcupine Rim. Hazzard County begins part way down the trail and opens up earlier in the season so there are options long before the snow clears up high. Our guides will show you the lines and ensure your experience is the best it can be even if it means cutting out portions of the journey. This ride will test your skills and your stamina as there is over 2,000 ft of climbing in this “downhill” ride. Extra shuttle charges will apply.
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