The Turquoise Trail Tijeras to Santa Fe Topo Map

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A 48-mile paved highway that passes through several historic towns and the foothills of the Sandia, Ortiz, and San Pedro Mountains. The popular drive between Tijeras and Santa Fe has become known as the Turquoise Trail, a much more attractive and less busy route between Santa Fe and Albuquerque than the Interstate. It passes through several interesting towns and the foothills of three mountain ranges. From the highway, the drive climbs north to Cedar Crest on the east side of the Sandia Mountains. Unlike the west side of the Sandias, an imposing wall of cliffs that towers over Albuquerque, the east side rises more gently and is heavily wooded with ponderosa pine on the lower slopes and fir, spruce, and aspen higher up. Special attractions: Revived ghost town of Madrid, Los Cerrillos, Golden, Santa Fe, Cibola National Forest, Sandia Mountain Wilderness, and hiking. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more.
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Tijeras, New Mexico

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