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Kansas
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Can anyone tell me where I can buy maps showing Jeep trails near Angel Fire, Red River, Taos? We bought USGS maps of Colorado for this but have not found for NM.

Thanks

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Santa Fe, New Mexico
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1. Re: Off Road Maps

DeLorme , maps or Bench mark ,maps (google them)would serve ...happy trails ... carracar

Kansas
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Thank you. We will try those. There are Funtreks for Colorado where we have gone before that also show whether the road is easy, moderate, or difficult (meaning large boulders I think). But it appears they do not do New Mexico. I assume these maps do not state these trail ratings, so if there are any you would care to mention that we should look for on the map and try that are moderate, that is appreciated too.

I see Goose Lake and Greenie Peak but not sure if they are difficult or not. We have a modified 99 Jeep Cherokee that is made for off road but not a rock climber.

Thanks Again!

Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Check with the local National Forest Service office for Carson NF, Santa Fe NF or https://www.fs.usda.gov/r3

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Try the app www.Alltrails.com

Then search Red River New Mexico. You'll get about 75 trails in the area.

If your vehicle is registered in another state. You might need a permit.

Houston, Texas
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I kind of gave you bad information. It really wasn't for Jeep or OHV. But if you go to www.redriver.org

Click on the menu.

Then click on summer Recreation.

Then things to do.

Then OHV and jeeps.

Many of these Trails may be closed until the spring time.

I think there's enough information that I gave you on all Trails. Plus Red River website you should be able to find your way around pretty good using Google Earth.

I was snowshoeing the other day and used Google Navigation.

There's pretty much nowhere you'll be the first person to go anymore.

Fruita, Colorado
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6. Re: Off Road Maps

You can also try this link - https:/…off-road-driving

It's alltrails but for off-road driving

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