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New Mexico Byway Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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0.0
Junction
Junction State Route #4 with State Route #502
0.9
1.4
Bandelier National Monument
East Jemez Road, Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico
3.6
5.8
White Rock, New Mexico
Rover Boulevard, White Rock, New Mexico, a community in Los Alamos County, New Mexico.
10.8
17.3
Road Access
Road Access to the River, within Bandelier National Monument, in New Mexico
12.0
19.3
Road to Entrance
Road to Entrance of Bandelier National Monument, a National Monument preserving ancient ruins near Los Alamos, New Mexico. This National Monument and the wilderness area is visited by 300,000 visitors annually.
17.9
28.8
Junction
Junction State Route #501, to Los Alamos, New Mexico
23.9
38.5
St. Peters Dome Road
St. Peters Dome Road, Forest Route #289, to Bandelier National Monument,
34.3
55.2
Hoven Weep Loop
Hoven Weep Loop Forest Road #10,
35.9
57.8
Jemez Falls Road
Jemez Falls Road,
47.1
75.8
State Route #144
State Route #144 / Forest Road 380,
50.8
81.7
Lake Fork Road
Lake Fork Road, Fenton Lake, Fenton Lake State Park, a New Mexico State Park, a popular fishing destination, located west of Bandelier National Monument on State Highway #126.
50.9
81.9
Fenton Lake State Park
Fenton Lake Road, Fenton Lake State Park, At this location This part of the Byway ends here and continues its run on State Highway #4 southwesterly to San Ysidro, New Mexico and on to Cuba, New Mexico where the byway ends. By proceeding further north On State Highway #126, Travlers can reach Cuba, New Mexico,
60.1
96.7
Junction
Junction State Highway #126 with State Highway #4, La Cueva, New Mexico
66.1
106.3
San Diego Loop
San Diego Loop, Indian Mesa Trail, near Jemez State Monument,
68.1
109.6
The Jemez State Monument
The Jemez State Monument, a protected area in Sandoval County, New Mexico, near the village of Jemez Springs, New Mexico. The site is a national historic place.
68.7
110.5
Jemez Springs, New Mexico
Jemez Springs, New Mexico. There are a number of hot springs located nearby this village. Jemez Ranger District is head quartered here. It is the site of the Bodhi Manda Zen Center, a Rinzai Zen training temple, and Jemez State Monument, New Mexico
76.8
123.6
State Route #485
State Route #485/Virgin Canyon Road,
77.9
125.4
Camino Amarillo
Camino Amarillo, A Loop in the Jemez
80.1
128.9
Ponderosa, New Mexico
State Route #290, Community of Ponderosa, New Mexico, located in Sandoval County, New Mexico,
81.1
130.5
Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico
Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico, a community in Sandoval County, New Mexico,
84.3
135.7
Zia Pueblo, New Mexico
Indian Service Route #79, Zia Pueblo, New Mexico, a community in Sandoval County, New Mexico, located southeast of this location, close to State Highway #44/USA Highway #550. This is a registered national historic place.
85.4
137.5
San Sidro, New Mexico
Community of San Sidro, New Mexico
86.3
138.8
San Ysidro, New Mexico
Junction State Highway #44 / USA Highway #550, San Ysidro, New Mexico, in Jemez Valley. The Jemez River flows through San Ysidro, New Mexico. Each year, the San Ysidro Fiesta Day is held in May.
103.2
166.0
Indian Service Route #2
Indian Service Route #2 / W Ridge Road, Indian Service Route #3,
105.1
169.1
Junction
Indian Service Route #96/95, State Route #279. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are northeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico. In these mountains, the eroded relic of a bolide impact crater referred to as the Santa Fe impact structure can be found.
114.0
183.4
Old Highway 44
Old Highway #44, San Miguel Road,
124.5
200.4
Lagunitas Road
Lagunitas Road, Old Highway #44, Duke City Road,
126.2
203.1
Junction
Junction State Highway #197,
126.8
204.1
Cuba, New Mexico
Cuba, New Mexico.
127.1
204.6
Junction
JUnction of State Highway #126 with USA Highway #550/State Highway #44, in Cuba, New Mexico. Community of La Jara, New Mexico, lies on State Highway #96, northwest of Cuba, New Mexico
130.1
209.3
Eureka Mesa Road
Eureka Mesa Road, Duke City Road,
134.0
215.7
Forest Route
Forest Route 533, State Route #126,
136.3
219.4
End of Jemez Mountain Trail
On State Highway #126, Southeast of Cuba, New Mexico, ends Jemez Mountain Trail,