New Mexico Scenic Byways Map
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Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway - Starting and ending in Taos, the 84-mile route takes drivers through scenic ski areas, past a Vietnam memorial and over winding roads seen in movies such as "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" and "Easy Rider."
High Road to Taos Scenic Byway - The 67-mile-long scenic byway takes drivers through several small Spanish-influenced towns that are home to historic buildings, beautiful artwork and astounding natural sites. Heading north from Santa Fe on U.S. 285, drivers can access the beginning of the route by turning east on 503 and following it to NM 520.
Jemez Mountain Trail Scenic Byway - There's more than one way to get from Albuquerque to Santa Fe, but most travelers - if given the choice - would probably opt to take the Jemez Mountain Trail.
Tracks Across Borders Scenic Byway - The ten-mile, largely undeveloped byway parallels or overlays part of the Denver and Rio Grande Western railroad's old narrow gauge route. Built in 1881, the railroad connected Antonito to Durango and ran until 1968, when almost all the track was torn up.