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Monument Canyon Trail No. 123

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Cloudcroft, NM 88317

Phone:
575-682-2551
Basics
Length:
.8 mile
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
30 mins

Description

Monument Spring Trail (T123) is a foot trail for hiking or horseback riding. Go south on Sunspot Road (FR 6563) 17 miles to Sacramento River Road (FR 537), also know as Timberon Road. Going south on FR 537, turn east onto Scott Able Road (FR 460). Continue north and east to junction with FR 64. Turn south on FR 64 to junction with FR 255, turn south across the Agua Chiquita Creek on FR 255 to top of ridge, continue south onto FR 5600 (Monument Canyon), travel about 1.5 miles to trailhead. There is room at the trailhead for 2-3 campers. The three-mile trail leads down a canyon bottom past a beautiful running spring. Ideal area for picnicking and wildlife watching. The surrounding area was burned in the early 1950’s by the Circle Cross Fire.

Details

Length:
.8 mile
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
30 mins

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