Cedro Peak Roads Temporarily Closed
1/16/15 Kerry Wood, Acting Recreation Staff Officer for the Sandia Ranger District, informed us this morning that the roads in the Cedro Peak area have been temporarily closed due to muddy conditions in the area. The roads will re-open when conditions improve. We encourage everyone to stay off of muddy roads to reduce potential resource impacts. Thanks.
2/9/15 Update: Per Kerry Wood... Based on observations today, roads are drying but not ready to open – still very muddy in a few key spots. We’ll take another look Friday.
Who Are We?
The New Mexico 4 Wheelers is an Albuquerque based four wheel drive club. Founded in 1958, we are the oldest 4WD club in the state.
As a family-oriented, trail-riding club, we welcome all makes & models of 4WDs. From daily commuters, to the extremely modified, we all have fun.
Monthly meetings are held at various members' homes (pot-luck affair) during the Summer. In the Winter, meetings are at the Heights Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
In addition to meetings, we have day runs, overnight and weekend runs, even week-long excursions to other states. We are involved in land-use activities, community service projects, and lots more. We try to schedule at least one or more other activities per month; either a trail ride, campout, or community service project. The Club's event schedule is in the Calendar link above.