Skeen Road

Total Miles
6.9

Elevation

1,156.13 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

1

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

Skeen Road is a maintained gravel road that cuts through the Permian Basin. It has oil field traffic due to the drilling done in that area. There are some rough areas due to washouts. There are no concerns except when it rains, and it can be done in 2WD. You'll witness some southern New Mexico desert beauty along this path, with pump jacks and windmills along the road. Watch for livestock because it is open range. If done early morning or late evening, you can catch a beautiful sunrise or sunset. There is no camping along this route.

Difficulty

The only concern for this road is rain creating washouts and slick mud. There is some oil field traffic, but the road is wide enough for 2 vehicles.

Technical Rating

1

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