Cabresto Canyon - FS 134

Total Miles
14.8

Elevation

3,225.66 ft

Duration

2 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Forest Service Road 134 is a rocky, relatively flat road that traverses down the Cabresto Canyon in Carson National Forest. This mostly gravel and dirt trail doesn't have any difficult obstacles and can be driven by any AWD vehicle. The 15-mile valley road is full of wildflowers, water-flowing creeks, and wildlife. There are wild chipmunks and birds including woodpeckers and cardinals. There are several offshoots along the trail that visitors use as unassigned primitive campgrounds; no permits are required. At the end of the valley, you will be welcomed by an open meadow and stunning views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain range. This trail is also heavily trafficked by SxSs. There are no toilets available on the trail.

Difficulty

This mostly gravel and dirt trail doesn't have any difficult obstacles and can be driven by any AWD vehicle.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

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Access Description

From Colorado, take Colorado Highway 159 to New Mexico Highway 522 towards Taos, New Mexico. Before the town of Questa, New Mexico, take a left on Llano Road towards Forest Service Road 134 and the start of the trail.

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