High Road to Taos Classic Topo Map

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Cycle into New Mexico’s colonial past. The High Road to Taos, one of the most popular scenic drives in the state, passes through old Spanish villages, one after another, where you can experience a bit of the eighteenth century. The things that attract the car tourist make for a great bicycle tour as well—photographing beautiful colonial-era churches and visiting artisans where they live and work. The High Road is actually several rural back roads that follow along the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains between Santa Fe and Taos. The scenery includes chamisa and sage-covered hills, juniper-pinon woodlands, cottonwood-lined river valleys, ponderosa forests, and mountain views of some of the highest peaks in the state. Terrain: Challenging and mountainous with one major pass.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico

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