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Jemez Springs, New Mexico

5 mi   dirt

Hike to San Antonio Springs

Dirt route on Forest Service Rd 376, Jemez Springs, Sandoval County, New Mexico

14 mi   gravel

Ponderosa to the caldera

Gravel route from Sprint Ln to NM-4, Jemez Springs, Sandoval County, New Mexico

"Well traveled dirt/gravel road. There's a big campground and a religious retreat near the bottom and a bunch of houses near the top. Washboarding makes this much easier to ride north rather than south."

17 mi   gravel

Forest Service Rd 376 to F S 376

Gravel route from Forest Service Rd 376 to NM-126, Jemez Springs, Sandoval County, New Mexico

"Just up from the Gilman Tunnels. The lower part is washboardy, but the surface gets much smoother, although still gravel, norht of Schoolhouse Canyon. A great loop ride is from Jemez Springs downhill to SR485, up past the town of Gilman, through the gorgeous Guadalupe Box where the road turns to gravel. Then to SR126, take a right for a wonderful downhill for about 3.7 miles to Hwy 4 and right back to Jemez Springs. A roughly 42 mile round trip w/ about 19 miles of gravel. An added bonus is about 1.5 miles from the top - take FR 604, to the right for .9 miles to a superb overlook of some Tent Rocks."

10 mi   dirt

Santa Fe NF FR 534

Dirt route from Forest Service Rd 376 to Forest Rd 78, Cuba, Sandoval County, New Mexico

"Relatively easy fun road in the southwest part of the forest. Can be muddy after a heavy rain"