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01-20-2012 10:17 AM
Megafriday Thanks for the advice! I'll check out those places on my maps and see what works for me. I had my eyes on the national parks and I'm glad to hear they tolerate some light wheeling.

Thanks again and I'm looking forward to visiting your beautiful state.
01-19-2012 01:27 PM
Munson821 Hey Jon there are plenty of national parks all around S.F. you can get into for some light wheeling. There are some excellent off road areas in Red River north of S.F. that have scenic byways to kill for. Red River is really open to jeepers but either place may have snow issues in the upper elevations. Hope this helps and safe travels.
01-18-2012 11:21 PM
Megafriday
1st visit to New Mexico

Hi New Mexico Jeepers,

I'm heading your way on a road trip next week and will be coming in through the northeast corner (Hwy 56/64) and ending up in Santa Fe. Are there any recommendations for good trails in that part of NM? I'm not looking for anything crazy, just want to experience the great outdoors and see a part of the country I've never seen before.

Thanks
Jon

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