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Backcountry Horsemen of America
  Old Spanish Trail Trek
Autumn of 2014 and Summer of 2015
1200 miles of riding Mules and Horses from Cajon Pass, CA to Santa Fe, New Mexico along the Old Spanish Trail
This ride replicates and commemorates the Old Spanish Trail trading route that linked New Mexico with California during the years 1829 to 1848.
The team consists of 3 riders, 2 drivers and camp staff, and 2 cinematographers Members of Backcountry Horsemen of California, Nevada, Arizona , Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico are invited to ride with us on sections. We rode 600 miles to the Parowan, Utah in October and November of 2014, and the final 600 from there to Santa Fe, starting August 16, 2015 finishing at the Plaza on September 16, to kick off the Three Trails Conference
Trail Boss: Richard Waller
Volunteers Needed:  logistics, fundraising, film makers  and more.
Backcountry Horsemen of America
Backcountry Horsemen of California

Our route  the south end of Cajon Pass, of it, then followed the Mojave River to its final terminous at Silver Lake, then north to Resting Spring, and east through Nevada and Utah to Parowan, Utah

Links of interest to our trek. More links will be added, check back:



National Park Service Old Spanish Trail

National Park Service Old Spanish Trail plan your visit

National Park Service plan your visit, passport-program

Old Spanish Trail dot Org/

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