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Old 06-23-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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New Mexico Route

I will be traveling from Taos, west on US 64 to intersection with US 84. From the map, it looks to be pretty sporty.
Anyone who has traveled this route recently have any anecdotes, ideas, suggestions? Is it a decent route? steep grades? hairy turns? rest points?
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The Mountain West Directory states that from mile post 193-185 there are 5 miles of 6% descent and 4% for the other few miles. I recommend this publication to anyone I can. Google it if you want one.
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Google Earth will show road elevations. Just trace your route with your cursor. You can plan routes with it too. Best of all, it's FREE.
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OK Seem like it is no sweat

Thanks, we can handle that.
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If you go a bit farther west you get to Chama, NM. They have the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad that should not be missed. A GREAT ride.
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If you go a bit farther west you get to Chama, NM. They have the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad that should not be missed. A GREAT ride.
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X2. We did that last year and throughly enjoyed it.
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