|04-01-2012 09:10 PM|
I have been looking at that Cabezon turn off for awhile now. I will be making that trip hopefully before May.
Does anyone know of any maps for the state rd 10 area off of NM 4? It runs from the winery to just East of the Jemez Falls. There is a camp ground near the winery but I for get the name. Its a great 4x4 trail with awesome views if you are new Los Alomos. Looks to be an old logging area but I have never had the time to branch off.
|02-29-2012 08:41 PM|
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|02-29-2012 08:34 PM|
|wat3rdog||just found this on a search...Trip Report: Tower Ruin -High Desert Rovers|
|01-09-2012 12:40 PM|
Hi there Jeepers donít forget to "wave" when you see another Jeep Wrangler. Itís not just for motorcyclists LOL....
|01-09-2012 12:29 PM|
Cabezon Trail 66 Miles Round Trip - New Mexico, United States
Sorry for the slow delay, I’ve been on vacation the past 2 weeks.
Go to http://www.everytrail.com/ and search for "Cabezon Trail 66 Miles Round Trip"
or go here...
My trip incorporates other things but at the end are the Indian ruins. You’ll enjoy it.
November 06, 2011
Trip Location: Cabezon, New Mexico, United States
Length: 33.0 miles each way
Duration: 3-5 hours
Trip viewed 206 times
|01-07-2012 12:20 AM|
|Stevenl||where or how do i get to the tower ruin run??|
|12-19-2011 08:54 AM|
There are several "easy" trails just out our back-door. Rendija canyon (closed for rehabilitation from the fire, but should be open next spring), Guahe canyon - was a lot of fun last time I went out in November, plus all the "hunt" trails off of dome road up in the Jemez - these should re-open next spring as well.
See ya around,
|12-16-2011 02:35 PM|
check it out... Cabezon Trail 66 Miles Round Trip - Offroading trip | EveryTrail
Ill have to look up some of those... thanks
|12-15-2011 12:59 PM|
|11-01-2011 09:08 PM|
The Rio Puerco west of Rio Rancho and the Cedro trail in the Sandia Mountains, are decent trails around town. Not too tough to get through most of it.
Diablo Canyon and Tank Trap just north of Santa Fe are a little more challenging, so maybe once you upgrade a little you can try them out. There are also a lot of four-wheeling trails near Farmington. If you run a few searches, you will find them.
|10-19-2011 11:26 AM|
There are a ton of trails in the Silverton/Ouray area that are awesome. Cinnamon Pass is an easy trail a Jeep Liberty can do (making use of the skid plates...but still). Make a weekend trip out of it and have a blast!
|10-19-2011 09:25 AM|
Thanks Bubba.... lots of nice trails but many of them are at least a 5 hour drive. I espically like the looks of Black Bear Pass near Silverton CO.
I want to do off roading however Im sticking the ones that are little to no rock crawling. Sorry maybe thall change in a few years one my 2012 Saharaget worn.
|10-18-2011 02:06 PM|
Tons of legal (and beautiful) trails in Colorado and Utah:
TrailDamage.com - All Trails
There are a ton of trails with varying difficulty from smooth dirt roads you'd share with minivans to stuff requiring big tires, lockers, and a winch.
|10-18-2011 01:55 PM|
|rich5166||There are quite a few site that claim to list trails, I have yet to find one that does a very good job. I think most of us are stingy with sharing "our" trails for fear someone will screw them up for us. Your best bet is to find a more experienced Jeeper to show you around, or get a local topo map and explore, just make sure you aren't trespassing. As for starting a club, NOHVCC has lots of great info for free. A club is also a great way to find trails. A stock Jeep will do a lot more than most of us give them credit for. I would recommend getting out and trying it out, before making any upgrades, see what works for you and upgrade accordingly. Otherwise you'll end up with a Jeep that has upgrades beyond the drivers ability. If you have cash burning a hole in your pocket, I would recommend armor, test your limits and the Jeeps can lead to trail rash!|
|10-17-2011 03:06 PM|
Jeep trails in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado?
I live in Los Alamos New Mexico and was wondering about best sites to find off road Jeep trails in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado? I don't plan on rock crawling or I would've gotten the Rubicon but will the Sahara handle primitive Jeep trails? I mean moderate off roading, snow, mud, some rocks in trails. Im not sure what to expect out of my jeep off road?
I need some good trails including web sites and maps.
Anyone know of or done the Tower Ruin Run out in the Rio Puerco valley through Bernalillo and west of San Ysidro on US 550. Suppose to be the Guadalupe Historical Site and the Guadalupe Ruins.
I'm also wanting to start up my own Jeep club to meet bi monthly and go light to moderate off roading as a day trip family type outing. Its gong to be Historical and scenic like "The Cahco Canyon Run" "Tower Ruins Run" "Red River Run" Etc... Any ideas?