San Luis Road connects Old State Highway 279 to the Cibola National Forest boundary while traveling through an area that feels like a miniature Valley of the Gods. A handful of dispersed campsites dot the trail, with one providing a direct view into the Chamisa Wilderness Study Area and the beautiful mountains, mesas, and other rock formations. Sunrise and sunset in this area are stunning. Bring your camera. This road crosses through federal Bureau of Land Management land, wilderness study areas, and private parcels, so be sure you know the land boundaries and respect the management or ownership.
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