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02-22-2013 09:51 PM
wat3rdog
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Originally Posted by ltsrapcon View Post
On the west side of Abq you have the Rio Puerco, great off roading everything from plain dirt roads to extreem. On the east side of town, I forgot the name I used to go there all the time, its on the south side of I40 as it passes thru the mts. I think we called it the peaks, not sure.
Hey wat3rdog, do you live on a street named after a old Colts QB. My dads neighbor has a 13 JKU.
Not sure what team but yes. What's your dads first name? Does he have an old FJ cruiser?
02-01-2013 08:42 PM
ltsrapcon On the west side of Abq you have the Rio Puerco, great off roading everything from plain dirt roads to extreem. On the east side of town, I forgot the name I used to go there all the time, its on the south side of I40 as it passes thru the mts. I think we called it the peaks, not sure.
Hey wat3rdog, do you live on a street named after a old Colts QB. My dads neighbor has a 13 JKU.
01-29-2013 11:36 PM
wat3rdog I was in Farmington a few years ago for work and was drooling at all the areas I had seen. Wished I had my personal.
01-24-2013 12:09 AM
PHILDABEAST Just outside of town there is an area called the glade also known as chokecherry canyon, lots of established trails and an open area to make up your own trails and obstacles. There is also another area called the rock garden about 30 minutes from town that has several good trails. And southern Colorado isn't too far away for some nice mountain trails.
01-23-2013 11:59 PM
TK-421
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Originally Posted by PHILDABEAST
Since nobody replied i'll chime in. I don't what there is around Abq but we have tons of good stuff up here in Farmington, from mild to completely ridiculous.
Haha thank you. Where at in Farmington?
01-23-2013 10:09 PM
PHILDABEAST Since nobody replied i'll chime in. I don't what there is around Abq but we have tons of good stuff up here in Farmington, from mild to completely ridiculous.
01-23-2013 02:04 PM
TK-421
Trails in NM

Good day all, I'm looking for the best trails in New Mexico. Mainly around Albuquerque but I also want to find out about all the best trails here.

Thanks in advance,
Dustin

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