Hike in Cibola National Forest – New Mexico, US

Hike in Cibola National Forest – New Mexico, US

The Cibola National Forest is a 1,633,783 acre United States National Forest in New Mexico, USA.

The name Cibola is thought to be the original Zuni Indian name for their pueblos or tribal lands. The name was later interpreted by the Spanish to mean “buffalo.” The forest is disjointed with lands spread across central and northern New Mexico, west Texas and Oklahoma.

The Cibola National Forest is divided into four Ranger Districts: the Sandia, Mountainair, Mt. Taylor, and Magdalena.

The Forest includes the San Mateo, Magdalena, Datil, Bear, Gallina, Manzano, Sandia, Mt. Taylor, and Zuni Mountains of west-central New Mexico.

The Forest also manages four National Grasslands that stretch from northeastern New Mexico eastward into the Texas Panhandle and western Oklahoma.

Video Source: Sacred Navajo Mountain MOUNT TAYLOR Cibola National Forest from Trekking Pals on Youtube ⁄ CC BY

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