Trails for off-roading in Sierra County - NM. The trails ratings are from 1/5 to 5.0. Going from easy to hard. Easy trails are orange. Harder trails where lockers are needed are purple. Trails for experienced, modified jeeps are red.
(11/8/15)
Palomas Spur
Apache3.5 (Trail Length: 5.3 miles; Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to the the North entrance (Left Turn). Trail Ends: On Rte 51. Trail Description: Minimum 33" tires are needed. Apache4.0. Most of the trail could be rated a 3.5, but two sections of ledges (12? to 18?) and large rocks (12" to 20") must be negotiated. There are no by-passes for these obstacles. There is one optional ledge of about 30" for the adventurous, but this obstacle can be by-passed. Using the bypass road and the arroyo where it is not to difficult will get you to the end. Leaving the trail to go down portions of the arroyo that the trail bypasses offers obstacles up to a 4.0. )
Connect Coy Koi and Chloride
Chloride Out Connect
Green Main 1 (11/10/15)
CoyKoiSpur (11/8/15)
CoyKoi2.5 (Trail Length: 16 miles Total miles 85 Trail Starts: Follow Rte. 52 to Winston. Go passed General Store to T. Take left toward Chloride. Go approx. 1 mile to left hand turn for "St. Cloud Mine." Follow road approx. 8.7 miles. Trail is past mine complex. Trail Ends: In Chloride Trail Description: This trail starts off in a wide wash with high sides. In the Black Ranch Mountains this trail has it all. Make sure to go to the CoyKoi Spur which is a great lunch spot. Leaving the spur you'll travel up the mountain . There are abandoned mines and be sure to watch for wildlife. You'll travel down a long switch back that ends near the South end of Chloride Canyon. Stop to explore the town of Chloride and have a piece of pie and the cafe. )
SandRockPileSpur (11/19/15)
Power Line Connect
QuarrySpur (11/17/15)
RioGrandeConnecter (11/9/15)
Quarry RockArtSpur (11/18/15)
SandPile 2.0 (Trail Length: 8 miles; 35.6 miles total Trail Starts: Directions to Southeast Area Take left onto Rte 51. Follow Rte. 51 to right hand turn .7 miles on Turtleback Ave. This road is 4.6 miles and is not paved. The road turns into SandPile 2.0. Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: An easy run that parallels the Rio Grande then provides access to the Western slope of the Caballo Mtns. Lots of sand and desert. The spur is an example of the strength of the water path from Palomas Pass. The arroyo ends at a huge bottleneck of enormous boulders. This trail is also a connector to Palomas Pass.? )
Pick/Shovel4.5 (Trail Length: 2.7; 16 miles total Trail Starts: Off Rte. 51 on right Trail Ends: Back on Rte 51 Trail Description: 37" minumum tires needed.This trail heads down into a wash and the fun begins. Starting with small shelves the trail seems easy for 37" tires which you will need as the obstacles get bigger and taller. )
Quarry2.0 (Trail Length: 13 miles with Quarry Spur; 98 miles total Trail Starts: Starts at Hatch Exit 41 off I25. Trail Ends: At start Trail Description: This trip is for rockhounds and rock lovers. The area is large and has multi colored quartz crystals, barite, calcite, agate, fossils, and jasper throughout the area. If you go to see the rock art watch for large pieces of jasper along the way. )
Overllook Spur
Tally Ho2.0
connecter (11/16/15)
ConnecterMain (11/17/15)
GreenConnect 1 (11/17/15)
HairUp/Low4.5 (Trail Length: 2.5 miles Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southeast Area. Go approx. 3 miles to trailhead on Right. Trail Ends: Back on Rte. 51 Trail Description: 37" tires are the minimum for this trail. The trail is .6 miles with some serious obstacles. This trail might start easily enough but don't be fooled. A very large two rock obstacle called "Tire Trap" is just down the trail. There is no go around and will take all your skill to negotiate. A wide boulder field follows. Pick your line carefully. Experienced drivers will find this trail technically challenging. Hairball turns left on PowerLineTr to connect the upper part of Hairball. A large waterfall gets your attention at the start of the trail and another gets your attention near the end.. )
GreenCynMarshConnecter (11/17/15)
Slater 3.5 (Trail Length: 1.5 miles; total varies approx. 41 miles Trail Starts: Follow Directions to Southeast Area. Go left onto Rte. 51. At 2.3 miles the PowerLineTrail is on right side of road by machine shop. Go up boulder to connect with PowerLineTrail. Follow connecting with Power Line Rd. Connector to trail is approx. 13 miles Trail Ends: Varies on wash condition Trail Description: A fun wash trail with sandy bottom, boulders and obstacles. Most of the trail is in a deep, narrow wash and there are spots that are off camber. The wash changes with the rains. )
Connect to Sidewinder
Chinaman2.5+ NEW (Date of Information and Submitter: 2016, Nancy Trueblood Trail Length: 7.6 miles; total is 19.6 miles Trail Starts: Directions to Southeast Area Take left onto Rte 51. Follow Rte. 51 to right hand turn .7 miles onto Turtleback Ave. This road is 4.6 miles and is not paved. The road turns into SandPile 2.0. Trail Ends: On Rte. 51. Trail Description: This NEW 2016 Trail. There nice trail with lots of mine spurs along the way. There are a couple of hills where you need good tire placement. Thee are also some off camber spots. )
connecter
Connect Polomas North
Connect Polomas South (An Alternate out/in from Palomus, and Path to Ruins)
Basic Training KP Alternate
Chinamen Mines Alt
Chinamen Mines Spur
Chinamen Alt 2
Chinaman Connect
Connect to Sandpile
Crystal Cave 2.0 NEW (Since this is a very very short trail it should be used as an add-on. It appears that this large cave was full of crystals and it is evident that miners mined this cave. Whether it was a natural cave or was mined I don't know. Fun to see. Lots of parking. Follow the trail to the turn around )
Connect County Rd. A008 (Connect to: Shrine, By Golly and Apache)
Connect ByGolly /Path to Ruins
Connect SW Green OHV (Take Right out of Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort onto Rte. 195. Follow to right turn .9 miles onto Rte. 179. Rte. ends at T 2.1 miles Turn Right onto Rte. 51. Go 2.5 miles to 25-BL take Left. Go 3.2 miles through towns of TorC and Williamsburg to both I25 and Rte. 187. Follow Rte. 187 to two Connector entrances to the Green Canyon OHV Area. 19.1 miles to North entrance to Green Main (Left Turn) 25.4 miles to South entrance to Green Main (Left Turn) )
Connect to Hwy 51
Connect
Palomas Pass Alternate
Black Jack Mine 2.0 (1.7 mile trail. Good as an add on to mine trails.)
Chinamen Alternate
ByGolly Alt out
Shrine 2.5# 2 (The trail meets with the Shrine 3.0 Following the 2.5 trail avoids the washes as much as possible.)
Shrine 2.5 #1 (The trail meets with the Shrine 3.0 Following the 2.5 trail avoids the washes as much as possible.)
Shrine#3 2.5 (The trail meets with the Shrine 3.0 Following the 2.5 trail avoids the washes as much as possible.)
Staircase Spur (This is a great spur that ends at a fantastic view)
CONNECT Path to Ruins
Palomas Wash3.0
Alt to Black Jack Mine
Tally Ho Spur 2.0 (Beautiful South view of the lake )
Alternate to mine
Aragon Hill 2.5 NEW (This trail is 6.5 miles. It is beautiful with mines and wildlife. Could be used in addition to the XRanch trail.)
Connect SW Green OHV (Take Right out of Elephant Butte Lake RV Resort onto Rte. 195. Follow to right turn .9 miles onto Rte. 179. Rte. ends at T 2.1 miles Turn Right onto Rte. 51. Go 2.5 miles to 25-BL take Left. Go 3.2 miles through towns of TorC and Williamsburg to both I25 and Rte. 187. Follow Rte. 187 to two Connector entrances to the Green Canyon OHV Area. 19.1 miles to North entrance to Green Main (Left Turn) 25.4 miles to South entrance to Green Main (Left Turn) )
ShrineTrail 3.0 (Trail Length: 9.5 miles; 39 miles total Trail Starts: Take Right out of Elephant Butte RV Resort onto Rte. 195. Follow to right turn .9 miles onto Rte. 179. Rte. ends at T 2.1 miles. Turn Left onto Rte. 51. Go 8 miles, take Right hand turn onto County Rd 08. Go 3.2 miles to a right hand turn. Follow to trail head. Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: The shrine trail travels in and out of two canyons. They are not deep To take the trail you stay in the washes where there are some nice waterfalls and rock gardens. You'll reach Ash Canyon first.. There is sand and boulders. As you go up the smooth rock watch for the Bedrock metate. You will get to a spring look for metates in the rock. We have been told there is rock art along the way and we basically know where but, it is across some of the spring water and we haven't taken the time to find it. You will cross over the Power Line Trail and take a small switchback down into Mescall Canyon.Watch for what we've been told is a remains of a Spanish Shrine. Used by the miners who blessed themselves before entering the mine. The opening of the mine was supposed to be no more than 50' from the shrine. Many have looked, no one has found the mine. )
Connect Hitchhiker TSS Basic (Trail Length: 18 miles 30 miles total Trail Starts: : Follow Directions to Southeast Area. Go left onto Rte. )
TSSTrail3.0 (Trail Length: 3.7 miles Trail Starts: : Follow Directions to Southeast Area. Go left onto Rte. 51. At 2.3 miles the PowerLineTrail is on right side of road by machine shop. Go up boulder to connect with PowerLineTrail. Follow PowerLineTrail 3.6 miles. Turn right onto the Shrine trail (You'll have follow your GPS or look for the right carefully) Follow to T at the wash. Turn right onto trail Trail Ends: On Rte 51. Trail Description: This New 2016 Trail follows an old mining road and meanders in and out of washes, and up a steep washed out hill. The spur and trail are going to change as members explore the surrounding washes . Watch for update GPS tracks and description. )
Hooker4.0 (Trail Length: 4 miles; Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to South entrance. Turn left, go approx.1.7 miles to trailhead on right Trail Ends: Back at South entrance Trail Description: 37" tires are a must. This trail starts out easy and then it drops down into a wash. Large boulders fill the wash for about an 1/8 of a miles ending with a 5' waterfall. The trail evens out with some small ledges. A fun, technical trail. )
Path to Ruins 3.0 (Trail Length: 5 miles Trail Starts: Between ByGolly3.0 & Palomas3.0 Trail Ends: Depends on which way you go Trail Description: This NEW 2016 Trail is a little off camber at the beginning. When you run the wash there are some obstacles. This is a new trail that can be run either way. The spur "Staircase" has a wonderful view at the end and it also offers some nice wheeling. The trail connects Palomas3.0 and ByGolly3.0. There are numerous ways to fit this into surrounding trails. Nice run run. )
San Mateo Spur 1
San Mateo Spur 2
San Mateo1.5 (Trail Length: 30 miles; 74 total Trail Starts: Take Rte. 52. to right on to Rte. 142. Follow into Monticello until you reach Forest Rd 139. turning right. Trail Ends: NM Rte1 Trail Description: SanMat 1.5 is well-plotted, graded and has scenery that will not disappoint. There are pine forests of pinion, ponderosa and juniper pine. The topography ranges from rugged canyons, colorful cliffs, grassy prairies and high mountain views. )
SanMateoLunchSpur (11/11/15)
CONNECTGreenCyn/Cabin
Maron Town 2.5 (Trail Length: 3.5 miles; Description: )
Scratch3.5 (Trail Length: 9 miles; 61 miles total Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to South entrance. Turn left. Go approx. .9 miles to trail head. Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: Scratch is safe from NM pin striping though you will have negotiate around the many ocotillo on the trail. The trail requires time and attention to what you are doing. There are many large boulders and narrow squeezes to negotiate. It has claimed at least one ring and pinion gear. )
LostBoys4.5 (Trail Length: 4.3 miles; Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to South entrance. Turn left, go approx .9 miles, turn right. Follow approx. 5.5 miles to trailhead on right Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: 37" tires a must. This trail has it all boulders, ledges, narrow spots and amazing scenery. The route starts off with some easy warm ups then gets serious pretty quick. Following a narrow drainage past some old mining claims over large boulders and up 3-4 foot ledges.Near the end the last big obstacle, Game Changer,is a near vertical 6 foot dry water fall for those of you that will try anything once. The sneak route around Game Changer is a hard move but there is a natural winch point if you need it. There are sneak routes around the harder obstacles but beware the sneak routes are hard. This trail is sooo much fun but beware body damage is possible and scratches are eminent! Trail has NOT been run by the FMCA 4-Wheelers. This is a trail used at the 2016 Chile Challenge. )
GreenCynSidewinder4.5 (Trail Length:.6.5 miles; total miles 46.8 Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to the North entrance. Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: Sidewinder drops down into a fairly deep canyon. The goal is trying to make it back to the top. One obstacle is narrow, and full width vehicles may experience body damage in an effort to get through it. This trail will test both you and your vehicle. Sidewinder should be a challenge for those who haven?t stepped into the more extreme trails. There is a short connecter to Green Canyon that starts as a broad canyon with periods of rock gardens. The canyon narrows, walls get higher, the boulders start appearing and so does the fun. You meet the obstacle "tilt a squeeze." Short jeeps don't have too much trouble, but it can be a top scrapper for the longer four doors There is no go around. Once through you are in a play area with several different paths of varying degrees of difficulty. The left is easiest, there is a line in the middle, the right is the hardest. Once through the play area the canyon again widens with more rock to negotiate. )
CrystalCyn4.5+ (Date of Information & Submitter: 2015, Chili Challenge Trail Length: 1 mile, Total miles 53 Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to the North entrance. Trail Ends: Back at North entrance Trail Description: Beautiful canyon with layers of crystal everywhere. This trail is a solid hard and Crystal falls is a 9+. The falls are not extreme but when you see them you will wonder why not! I have heard Crystal falls described as 300 feet of hell followed by a nice hard trail. Their is a solid winch point half way up and if you decide no way it is not far from the entrance so you can bail out with no shame. )
Palomas Pass 3.0 (Trail Length: 3 miles Trail Starts: Take left onto Rte 51. Follow Rte. 51 to right hand turn .7 miles onto Turtleback Ave. This road is 4.6 miles and is not paved. Trail Ends: Follow Polomas Out Wash to Connecter you cam in on Take right Follow to Rte 51. Take left. Description: The trail starts at the T and gradually climbs a narrow shelf road. Palomas3.0 is a 100 year old toll and mining road. Most of the trail is narrow shelf. In the Fall of 2013 the rains washed large boulders onto the trail. Some boulders remain to be negotiated. The views into the Palomas canyon are very beautiful. Near the end of the trail there is a spur that goes down into the Canyon. Follow the alternate trail to the waterfall where you can have lunch and decide if you'd like to climb the waterfall and continue on the alternate trail that meets the main trail coming down the mountain. You make a right hand turn to follow the trail to old mines and ruins. This part of the trail loops back to the main trail. You'll get another chance to negotiate the pass and the wide Palomas wash. The trail ends back at the connecter where you turn right to go back to the resort or cross the Rio Grande is the water is down. This is a very nice run. )
OutThere2.5 (Trail Length: 22.5; Total 98 miles Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to South entrance. Got 7.2 miles to trailhead. Trail Ends: At I25 exit to Hatch Trail Description: This old mine road heads north from Hatch and crosses over Red House Mountain. This pass is beautifully scenic and a bit challenging as it has not been maintained in years. Several washed out spots will challenge your driving skills. Once over the pass we will connect to a county road for a short distance before turning into a double track ranch road. The trail crosses a working cattle ranch following ridge lines and a drainage system until it connects with Lost Hills Mine Road. An interesting trail for stock vehicles with a few play spots along the way.NEED to Run )
NWLoop2.5 (Trail Length: 5.7 miles; total 58 miles Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to the the North entrance (Left Turn). Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: The NWLoop 2.5 trail consists of very scenic trails that encompass several abandoned mines and a pass that allows a great view of the area. Most of the trail is considered a 2.0 rating with the exception of one climb that would be considered a 2.5. NEED TO RUN )
Narrows 4.5 (Trail Length: 2.5 miles; total 54 miles Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to South entrance. Turn left. Go .7 miles to trail on left Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: The Narrows 4.5 starts out in a brushy flat area but quickly changes into a narrow canyon filled with boulders, ledges and dry waterfalls. This trail will challenge you and your rig. The fun starts almost immediately with a decent ledge to negotiate, followed by a large boulder in the middle of the trail. Two of the biggest obstacles come up next: the Fangs, a four-foot ledge, and the Waterfall, a six-foot narrow chute that will get your attention quick. This trail is packed with obstacles from start to finish. Body damage is possible if you let your guard down for a second. NEED TO RUN )
Chinamen Spur 1
By Golly 3.0 (Trail Length: 10.5 miles; total is 60 miles Trail Starts: Follow Directions to Southeast Area Go left onto Rte Date of Information & Submitter: 2014, Nancy Trueblood Trail Length: 10.5 miles Trail Starts: Follow Directions to Southeast. Turn on County Rd 008. Follow connecter approximetly 13 miles to trailhead Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: The ByGolly 3.0. Trail begins on a small two track. After you go by a water tank the trail turns into a gradual hill that turns steep with shale, small steps and erosion. There is a small overlook with room for about 6 jeeps. You are at the top of the southern peak of the Caballo Mountains. On your return you will then run along a ridge to the northern peak. The views east and west are spectacular. The Space Port American can be seen with a good set of binoculars. Leaving the ridge you turn right and start down on a switchback where you will see Elephant Butte Lake and the town of Truth or Consequences in the distance. )
Chloride2.5 (Trail Length: 27 miles; total miles is approx. 112 Trail Starts: Follow Rte 52 to Winston, Go right at the T. Continue on Rte. 52 going approx. 9.2 miles. Turn left onto Rte 59. Go approx. 14.8 miles to left turn onto trail. Trail Ends: In the town of Chloride Trail Description: We start the trail at the North entrance, ending in the town of Chloride to give everyone time to explore the town. The owners, Don and Donna Edmond who retired to Chloride in 1977 and have spent the intervening years restoring and exploring the town. If you would like to read more about the town there are numerous informative sites on the www. The trail meanders through Ponderosa Pines in the Black Range. Look for wildlife and Native American Rock Art. The length of time for this trip depends on how long you stay in the town of Chloride. It is a good full day trip. ? )
Connect Chloride
BackStage4.5 (Date of Information & Submitter: 2016, Las Cruces 4-Wheel Drive Club Trail Length.1.6 miles Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to South entrance. Turn left, go approx.2.7 miles. Turn right. Follow to trailhead on left approx. 1.4 miles Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: This trail is exciting from start to finish packed full of obstacles, boulders and ledges. The Slide, a series of dry water falls that are not quite vertical, will have you relying on your spotter's skills to help you through. This trail makes a loop as it climbs one canyon, crosses over a ridge and drops down a different canyon. )
Connect 2
GreenCyn/Cabin5.0 (Trail Length:.2.5 miles; total miles 49 Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to the the North entrance (Left Turn). Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: Green Canyon starts as a broad canyon with periods of rock gardens. The canyon narrows, walls get higher, the boulders start appearing and so does the fun. You meet the obstacle "tilt a squeeze." Short jeeps don't have too much trouble, but it can be a top scrapper for the longer four doors There is no go around. Once through you are in a play area with several different paths of varying degrees of difficulty. The left is easiest, there is a line in the middle, the right is the hardest. Once through the play area the canyon again widens with more rock to negotiate. The Cabin is a short uphill winding water trough. This is a hard trail with step walls and loose dirt. Due to the 6 foot dry fall at the end (has a winch point) it is rated a 5.0. A great finish and exit for Green Canyon. )
Connect Rio
XRanch 2.5 (Trail Length: 19 miles; 62 miles total Trail Starts: Take left from park onto Rte. 195. Follow to I25. Go North on I25. Take exit Exit 92. Cross over I25 onto Rte.1 Go 4.2 miles to X RanchConnector Co34 on left. The trail is a 19 mile loop ending back on the X RanchConnector Co34. Turn left to return. Trail Ends: Trail loops back to connector. Trail Description: This is a beautiful trail that everyone enjoys. It rolls up and down the San Mateo foothills, There are sandy washes with beautiful cliffs and unique rock formations. Watch for wildlife. )
Rattler 3.0 (Trail Length: 1.5 miles; Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to the the North entrance (Left Turn). Trail Ends: Back at start Trail Description: This trail starts in Green Canyon arroyo and turns out of the main canyon into an accent to the top. A few challenges will be present as you cross in and out of the canyon bottom before reaching the top. Depending on the size of the group lunch will most likely be at the mountain top taking in the views of the area. Following lunch you will descend down the backside dropping off a few ledges along with tight turns before exiting back into Green Canyon. The trail covers less than a mile and depending on the size and capability of those in the group it should take approximately half a day to run. A rear locker will help, if you don?t have a locker you may need a strap or winch or a good friend close by. )
Basic Training 2.5+ (Trail Length: 4.7 miles; total depends on how you come into the trail and how you leave Trail Starts: Follow Directions to Southeast Area Go left onto Rte 51 Follow for 2.3 miles to the machine shop on right side of road. Go up boulder onto PowerLineTrail . Turn right onto the Shrine trail. Follow to entrance of Basic Training. Or follow Rte 51 to County Rd. 8 (before you turn there is a good place to air down by the mailboxes).Follow County Rd. 8 approx. 3.2 miles. Turn right at the connecter. Turn left onto Shrine Trail. Follow to either entrance of Basic Training. Trail Ends: On Rte. 51. Trail Description: New 2017 Trail. This is a new trail that starts off The Shrine Trail. It is an easy trail that has some optional obstacles. Can be used as an out to Rte 51 from any of the trails on the North East side of the Cabella Mtns.)
Hitchhiker3.0 (Trail Length: 2.5 miles. Trail Starts: Follow Directions to Southeast Area. Go left onto Rte. 51. At 2.3 miles the PowerLineTrail is on right side of road by machine shop. Go up boulder to connect with PowerLineTrail. Follow PowerLineTrail 3.6 miles. Turn right onto the trail (You'll have follow your GPS or look for the right carefully) Trail Description: New 2017 Trail. This trail is off the Shrine Trail. We are working to extend the trail to make it longer and with a different start and end. We will be modifing this trail so watch for updates. The trail starts with a rock garden and some steps. There are a couple of spots further on that lockers are needed. Near the end there is a squeeze that is interesting. )
WhiteRab 3.0 (Trail Length: 5.3 miles; 71 miles total Trail Starts: Follow directions to Southwest Green OHV Area to South entrance. Turn left. Go .7.8 miles to trail on right. Trail Ends: Trail loops back to connector. Trail Description: The first part is mostly sand. You will pass old mine trails to the left. To the right is a deep wash. You'll come to a sandy hill that goes down into the wash. The wash soon narrows. The trail becomes rocky with waterfalls and obstacles. You will meet an old abandoned mining road. Take a left to follow the trail in the loop. )
Sparkys3.0 (Trail Length: 25 miles; 59 miles to end of trail, return varies Trail Starts: Connector starts off Rte. 187 on left. Trail starts after I25 tunnel Trail Ends: AT entrance to I25 Trail Description: This old ranch road follows McLeod Canyon north to McLeod Tank, connects to a county road and then connects to an old mine road south over Red House Mountain Pass. Along the way you will find a beautiful narrow canyon, some play spots for those wanting a little boulder hopping and a spectacular mountain pass with washed out areas to navigate and Grand Canyon style views, A gem of a trail! This trail ends in Hatch so we might be ready to stop in at Spark's for a cheeseburger! )
START Slater3.5
START CrystalCyn4.5+
START Scratch 3.5
START Rattler3.5
START Pick/Shovel4.5
START Palomas3.0
CONNECT: Polomas Pass & Sandpile
START Hook4.0
START HairballUpandLow4.5
START GreenCyn/Cabin5.0
START ByGolly3.0
START Apache4.0
Obstacles 4.5
START Chloride2.5
START Quarry2.0
START XRanch2.5
STARTGreenSidewinder4.5
To Cemetary
START CoyKoi2.5
Lunch
CoyKoi Spur
EB Chamber of Commerce
START Hitchiker3.0
START Chinamen2.5+
Marion Ruins (Mining Town Ruins)
START TSS3.0
START PathtoRuins3.0
START Shrine3.0
Copper Mine
Park vehicles
Cave
Turn around
START Crystal Cave
Tummy Tickler
START Basic Training
Look for Shrine
Heart of the Cabello (Look at the East side of the Cabello. Find the heart. An indentation in the surface of the mountain forms a heart. There have been songs written about "The Heart o the Cabello's)
Black Jack Mine
Elephant Butte Cemetary
START TSS
START Aregon Hill
START Narrows 4.5
START Palomas 3.0
CONNECT: Polomas Pass, Sandpile and Chinamen
START Path to Ruins 3.0
Close Fence1
START Tally Ho 2.0
START WhiteRab3.0
START Sparkys3.0
START SanMateo1.5
rock art
rock art 2
negro bobs cave
START BackStage4.5
START LostBoys4.5
START OutThere2.5
START NWLoop2.5