FS376

Total Miles
17.6

Elevation

2,521.88 ft

Duration

1.5 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

FS376 is a 23-mile long trail that weaves through the Jemez National Forest, gaining about 3,200 feet in elevation high above the Rio Guadalupe. This route takes you through the historic Gilman Tunnels, which were initially blasted to make way for the Santa Fe Northwestern Railway. Along the rest of the trail, make sure to take advantage of the many fishing, hiking and camping opportunities. Keep in mind there are no services in the area until you reach NM-126, where you'll find Amanda's Country Store about 4 miles to the east.

Difficulty

The trail is very easy. It's more of a scenic drive to some popular tunnels. The trail is a mix of pavement and graded forest road.

Technical Rating

1

Status Reports

Derek Hutchinson
Jan 27, 2024
4x4
Temporarily Closed
Seasonal Closure
Francisco Dominicci
Jun 18, 2023
4x4
Open
Normal
Dusty
Rough/Deteriorated
Kevin scheer
Jun 05, 2023
ATV
Open
Washboard
Dusty
T. G-A
Apr 30, 2023
4x4
Temporarily Closed

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