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BLM land lots and lots of place of all kinds of vehicles a bit trashy though. many off-road trails for ATVs and motorcycles.
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we stayed about a week. there's a ton of traffic in and out at all hours especially on weekends. The views are great, but theres heavy ATV use and locals use it as a trash dump. The BLM ranger we interacted with was super friendly.Report Check-In
True that there are tons of pull outs. And that it seems really nice. But….. June 29th the bugs are out of control. And unlike most other places it doesn’t seem that it’s going to cool off much. My dogs vetoed the stay and we moved one. Would definitely come back any other season!!!Report Check-In
BLM land on the east side of the road between Taos and Santa Fe. Fairly quiet, great views and easy to get into. Almost full AT&T reception.Report Check-In
There is a big construction on HW68 so if you come from Taos you need to take a detour about 2km past the junction.
Other then that 4 bars ATT. Quite but lots of trash