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Stony Pass - Silverton, Colorado
Technical Rating: 3-4
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 40.6 Miles
Duration: about 4 hours
Status: Open

Stony Pass

Silverton, Colorado

Situated in the San Juan Mountains near Silverton, Colorado, Stony Pass crosses the Continental Divide and is one of the longest uninterrupted off-road climbs in the entire state. It used to be a major supply route into Silverton from the east until 1882 when the Durango to Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad made it obsolete. It became just a road utilized for mining before it was abandoned. The road was reopened as a four-wheel drive route by the US Forest Service in the 1950s. Optional side trips are available that allow you travel up to the historic Buffalo Boy Tram Station and beyond up to 13,000' in elevation. Wildflowers, alpine views, and mining history make this a trip worth taking.

3N07A - The Squeeze - Big Bear Lake, California
Technical Rating: 3-5
Difficulty: Easy-Moderate
Length: 1.3 Miles
Duration: about 1 hour
Status: Open

3N07A - The Squeeze

Big Bear Lake, California

A short but exciting off-road trail, 3N07A is a great little trail that offers a unique obstacle at the Coyote Crag rock formation in Holcomb Valley near Big Bear Lake, California. If you have a good spotter, or your vehicle is rather narrow, you will likely squeeze between the boulders from which this trail got it name with no problems, but if you get off the line just barely, well you might lose a mirror or worse, add some character the body of your vehicle. Needless to say, when passing through Holcomb Valley or if you are out exploring 3N16 – Holcomb Valley Road, make sure you swing through and enjoy the natural beauty of this amazing, moderate difficulty trail.

Chamisoso Canyon - Tijeras, New Mexico
Technical Rating: 1-3
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 5.95 Miles
Duration: 40 minutes
Status: Open

Chamisoso Canyon

Tijeras, New Mexico

The Manzanita Mountains Trail System provides access to a number of wooded canyons, open meadows and limestone pavements in a multi-use area consisting of hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, OHV and 4WD use trails.

The towers atop the 7,767-foot Cedro Peak are visible for miles and they provide an easy point of reference as you explore a landscape where high mountain desert meets forest - pinon pine, juniper, and cedar coexist with yucca, cholla and prickly pear cacti.

Within 15 minutes of Albuquerque and easy access to the clean air of the Cibola National Forest, this trail a natural destination for offroad enthusiasts.

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