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Cedro Peak

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Open through Mon Oct 14 2013
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35.03306, -106.34972
35°1'59"N, 106°20'59"W

From Albuquerque, travel east on I-40 to Tijeras, Exit 175. Continue south about a half-mile on Highway 337 to the District Office to pick up the key to the picnic area. From the office, continue south on Highway 337 about five miles to Juan Tomas Road. Turn east and continue about a mile to the junction with Forest Road 252. Turn onto FR-252 and continue about a mile to the campground.

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The region features more than 80 miles of single-track and equestrian trails. Mountain biking trails in the area can accommodate intermediate to advanced riders. The trails offer expansive views of the Sandia Mountains to the north, the Manzanos and the Cedro Peak. Limited off-road vehicle trails are available as well.

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