Rising 11,360 feet above sea level, the Abajo Mountains are rich in history as well as scenic beauty. The region has a rich history of early western settlers, an abundance of pictographs, petroglyphs, cliff dwellings, arrowheads and pottery left by the Anasazi Indians who came before. The remote camping of this short off-road trail offers you an ideal basecamp to explore the vast network of scenic 4x4 trails that crisscross the mountain range. There are numerous lakes and ponds in the area that are popular for trout fishing. When you feel you have had enough of driving for the day, consider all of the hiking and mountain biking trails within the area.
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