The Cibola National Forest covers more than 1.6 million acres in New Mexico, with elevations ranging from 2,700 feet to over 11,300 feet. We have four ranger districts: Sandia, Mountainair, Magdalena, and Mt. Taylor. In addition, the Cibola has four wilderness areas: Sandia Mountain, Manzano Mountain, Withington, and Apache Kid.
The Cibola National Forest and National Grasslands are located in New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma and are part of the Southwestern Region.
The Cibola also administers four National Grasslands: Black Kettle, McClellan Creek, Kiowa, and Rita Blanca, which cover 263,261 acres in northeastern New Mexico, western Oklahoma, and northern Texas.
Enjoy a peaceful journey on horseback, riding the trails through the evergreen trees in the Cibola National Forest in the beautiful Sandia Mountains. We are the Only ones with a special use permit (exclusive rights) to trails in the Cibola National Forest near Albuquerque New Mexico.
Join us on a trail ride by calling to make an appointment.
Check out the breathtaking Alpine views and then book your family storybook trail ride or your romantic rendezvous!
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