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Need to Know
The weather can be unpredictable. The clay roads can be impassable when muddy.
This is an excellent gravel route with camping opportunities in the Piñon Hills.
Start on CR B-024 and stay on the road for two miles. Turn left on CO RD B. Stay on this road for 5.25 miles then take a right at the stop sign onto CO RD 8. Stay on this road for 1.5 miles. Turn left onto CO RD C2.
Once you reach the Eastdale Marker, turn right onto CO RD 7. After one mile, take a slight bend to the right and stay on the main road. Stay on CO RD 7 for two miles then turn left onto CO RD G. Stay on CO RD G the remaining duration.
Once you pass the Lobato Bridge, the surrounding wilderness becomes BLM and possible to wild camp on. Water can be acquired year-round at the Rio Grande.
Shared By: DeArmond Lopez