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Cibola National Forest–Tree Spring Trailhead

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Cibola National Forest
Tree Spring Trailhead

Cedar Crest, New Mexico 87008
Tree Spring Trailhead webpage
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Cibola National Forest website

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Cibola NF–Tree Spring Trailhead
Coordinates: 35.1938953, -106.40468
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About Tree Spring Trailhead
Tree Spring Trailhead leads directly to Tree Spring Trail. The trail is 2.0 miles long one way. It passes by the junction of Oso Corredor Trail 265 and ends at the intersection of South Crest Trail 130; Tree Spring Trail 147 and 10K Trail 200.

From Albuquerque, drive east on I-40 to Exit 175 toward Cedar Crest and N-14. Follow N-14 aka the Turquoise Trail for approximately 6.5 miles, to NM-536 (Sandia Crest Scenic Byway). Turn left onto NM-536 and follow it for about 5.5 miles to the Tree Spring parking lot, on your left.
From Tree Spring Trailhead webpage

About Cibola National Forest
The Cibola National Forest covers more than 1.6 million acres in New Mexico, with elevations ranging from 2,700 feet to over 11,300 feet. We have four ranger districts: Sandia, Mountainair, Magdalena, and Mt. Taylor. In addition, the Cibola has four wilderness areas: Sandia Mountain, Manzano Mountain, Withington, and Apache Kid.
From Cibola National Forest website