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New Mexico Public Lands Information Center301 Dinosaur Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87508
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(877) 276-9404 toll-free
One-stop resource for outdoor recreation on State & Federal lands; maps, guidebooks, permits, free information.
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National Scenic BywayOn 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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