tables below currently contain 16 passes, including
6 unrecogniced summits
The Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the north of the
state are crossed by routes used since Spanish
colonial times, or even earlier by indiginous
people. These are the highest passes in the state
and are a land of cool forests even in the summer.
As you go south historic passes become more and more
wide shallow gaps between alluvial fans, reaching up
to dessert mountain ranges. But even in the land of
large private land grants, trails and dirt roads
reach up high into the mountains. In New Mexico you
don't have to stop cycling summits in the winter.
The south has large climbs that are snow free for at
least the largest part of the winter.
with more than three pictures are listed again