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Bovine Nirvana

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Traffic
Shade
Usage
Biking, Hiking
Dogs Friendly?
Yes
Length
2.6 mimiles
ElvElevation
556'
Rating
Last Report
Clear trails for the most part, but may run into occasional puddles or stretches of muddy areas. It is encouraged to go through puddles, and not around them. Also to turn back on long muddy stretches that damage or widen trails.

Bovine Nirvana is aptly named. One of the key trails in the Avimor network, Bovine Nirvana leads you from scenic open hillsides down into a narrow, sandy wash often full of cows, living and dead. Trail improvements made by Avimor and SWIMBA have added some flow to the trail, but it still lacks the fun factor of the best trails in the system, Spring Valley Creek and Willow Creek.

Recent Trail Reports

  • sam May 3, 2019 at 9:53 amThis along with the rest of the trails out here could use maintenance.
  • ramihz April 22, 2018 at 9:05 pmRode Bovine Saturday. It is, as is typical fairly beat up by the cows. Just bumpy is all nothing horrible.
  • Jason Delgadillo January 15, 2018 at 9:20 amThanks! we will research that further and get the closed trails updated. or if you have a link. email us.
  • dhfreak January 15, 2018 at 9:05 amLower Avimor trails are open in winter, only the higher long loops are closed for big game habitat.
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  1. sam says:

    This along with the rest of the trails out here could use maintenance.

  2. ramihz says:

    Rode Bovine Saturday. It is, as is typical fairly beat up by the cows. Just bumpy is all nothing horrible.

  3. dhfreak says:

    Lower Avimor trails are open in winter, only the higher long loops are closed for big game habitat.

    1. Jason Delgadillo says:

      Thanks! we will research that further and get the closed trails updated. or if you have a link. email us.

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