This site is an informational portal for informal trail runs in the mountains of New Mexico, Southern Colorado, and West (far far west) Texas.

The runs are informal, small-group activities intended to encourage camaraderie rather than competition. There is no sponsoring organization, just a loose-knit group of interested trail runners who enjoy running trails across the landscape of New Mexico (and adjacent parts of Colorado and Texas).

The purpose of this website is to provide coordination and information for those interested in joining the runs.

NOTE: Please contact the Race Directors beforehand of your plans to attend, or you may show up at the start alone.

Contact: David Coblentz (

Thursday, October 20, 2011

2011 Sandia Crossing Results

Results are posted via the link in the right-hand column.


solarweasel said...

Wish I could've been there! However, I will be doing a crossing of my own in two weeks (Oct 29 or 30).

The standard direction is south to north right? Looks like 4:12 is the time I need to shoot for :)

Someone should consider adding the Sandia Crossing to the FKT list:

Randy said...

That 4:12 is a good time,bet you got it though,but the FKT from the earlier Sandia Crossings(around 3:30)are really stout times under race conditions,be tough to beat without pacers ill bet.But a FKT for a double crossing,that would be sweet,i believe Scott Gordon might have done a few doubles before his sub 30 hour Hardrock,just training though,not sure of times.Hmmm,might have to check my schedule for