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Old 05-21-2016, 10:20 PM   #1
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Best route Amarilo, TX to Eagle Nest/Angel Fire NM?

We are heading to Eagle Nest, NM tomorrow. Can anyone report on the road from Springer to Eagle Nest? (NM road 58 west to Cimarron, then US Hwy 64 west to Eagle Nest.) We are in a 40' DP coach.
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We are heading to Eagle Nest, NM tomorrow. Can anyone report on the road from Springer to Eagle Nest? (NM road 58 west to Cimarron, then US Hwy 64 west to Eagle Nest.) We are in a 40' DP coach.
58 from I-25 to Cimaron is very narrow with no shoulder. Once you get to Cimaron and hit 64, the road improves a little but it is very curvy and winding. I did it in my 45' towing an F150. Just take you time. It doesn't last too long. You will be travelling through Cimaron State Park and it is really pretty. There are ample pull-offs along 64. I think what made it worse for me was that it was at the end of a very long travel day.
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