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Maps & Downloads

Use the links below to download various maps that will help you along the Turquoise Trail.

TURQUOISE TRAIL
Printable Turquoise Trail Brochure w/ Map (PDF)
The Turquoise Trail Brochure provides detailed information and map for driving along the trail.

Printable Turquoise Trail Map (PDF)
This map shows all stops and shops along the Turquoise Trail

CERRILLOS
Cerrillos Walking Map
This map shows the historic tours and locations within the town of Cerrillos

STATE MAPS
New Mexico State Map Showing Turquoise Trail
This map shows the location of the Turquoise Trail on a state of New Mexico map

New Mexico Scenic Byways (PDF 11MB)
This map shows all scenic byways in New Mexico

TTA MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
Turquoise Trail Association Member Application (PDF 1MB)
The member application is available for stops and shops interested in becoming a member of the Turquoise Trail Association. The current Full Member rate is $270, a second business is $110. The application is due Oct 1. Contact us for more information.

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Upcoming Event

AWF Celebrates 100

Saturday - November 22, 2014
Phil Carter discusses the early days & protection efforts of the Albuquerque Wildlife Federation.
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National Scenic Byway

On June 15, 2000 the Turquoise Trail received designation as a National Scenic Byway from the The National Scenic Byways Program after completing a comprehensive corridor management plan.

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