Turquoise Trail bike route.
The old mining town of Madrid has been transformed into a funky little town rich with art and culture. The Old Coal Mine Museum provides visitors with a look at equipment and artifacts from the bygone bustling mining years. Visit the famous Mine Shaft Tavern, recognized as one of the last great roadhouses serving authentic New Mexican cuisine. Cerrillos is said to be the turquoise capital of the area and is still being mined today.
Be sure to stop at the Turquoise Mining Museum and Petting Zoo for a closer look into the turquoise mining history. Also, explore the Cerrillos Hills State Park for great hiking and additional cycling trails.
Suggested stops while visiting the Turquoise Trail: Tinkertown Museum and Sandia Park Aerial Tramway.
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To learn more about the cycling trail, please visit: turquoisetrail.org
Parking is permitted within the towns along the route on SR-14.
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For more information about attractions, accommodations, restaurants and events in the area, refer to the Arizona/New Mexico AAA/CAA TourBook® available to CAA Members at all CAA Stores.
Events and tourism.
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