• Red Rock Country, pack mules, Gunnison River

    Old Spanish

    National Historic Trail AZ,CA,CO,NV,NM,UT

Things To Do

A visitor stands before an outdoor wayside exhibit with an open view of New Mexico landscape.
A visitor stands before an outdoor wayside exhibit interpreting the Poshuinge pre-contact village in northern New Mexico along the Old Spanish National Historic Trail.
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A variety of trail-related historic sites, wayside exhibits, and markers are waiting in six states for your visit. Due to the Old Spanish National Historic Trail's recent authorization (December 2002), there are no national historic trail-related guides available. For now, you will need to check local guidebooks and other information sources to find trail-related sites.

The Old Spanish Trail Association hosts various activities and events connected to the trail. For further information, refer to the association's web site at www.oldspanishtrail.org.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

In 1829, Mexican trader Antonio Armijo was the first to lead a trade caravan from Abiquiu, New Mexico, all the way to Los Angeles on what became the Old Spanish Trail. He traded serapes and other New Mexican goods for horses and mules.