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Cibola National Forest–Tres Pistolas Canyon

Birding in New Mexico

Cibola National Forest
Tres Pistolas Canyon

Albuquerque, New Mexico 87123
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Cibola NF–Tres Pistolas Canyon
Coordinates: 35.0787053, -106.4437115
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About Tres Pistolas Canyon
Three Gun Trailhead gives access to the Three Gun Spring/Tres Pistoles Trail 194. It is 4.0 miles long and ends at Embudito Trail 192. Hawk Watch Trail 215 splits off toward the east, from Three Gun Trail, about 0.5 miles into your hike.

Drive east on I-40 and take the Carnuel exit. Drive 1.5 miles east on Old Route 66. There is a brown sign marking the turnoff from Route 66 into the Monticello subdivision. Turn into the subdivision and follow Monticello Drive to Alegre Drive Northeast. Turn left, and follow the road until you can turn right at the intersection of Alegre and Sempre Verde. Follow signs to the Three Gun Spring/Tres Pistoles Trailhead parking area.
From Tres Pistolas Canyon 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