The Old Spanish Trail
The Old Spanish Trail was formed from a system of footpaths and used in the early 1800;s as the easiest path used for commerce between Santa Fe New Mexico, and Los Angeles, California. The trail branches of the trail cross New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California.
Today, the trail is not contiguous, and parts of the trail are now roads, some are impassible, while other parts are trails available for hiking, though most such trails are known by other names and most are not marked as part of the Old Spanish Trail system.
For more information on the Old Spanish Trail, visit the website of the Old Spanish Trail Association.
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