View of a canyon. Juniper shrubs are visible below the rim on the canyon sides and bottom.

Discoverability: Old Road Trail

Trail Name: Old Road Trail

Evaluators and Devices Used: Charles (Jim) Foxx and Terry Foxx using Drive Medical RTL10266 Nitro Euro Style Rollator Walker, Standard Height, 10-inch wheels, 23 inches wide at the base.

Date & Time Evaluated: May 1, 2021

Location: Located off of State Road 4 at Gate 2. This trail is on Los Alamos National Laboratory’s property and is maintained by the Lab, but it is open for public use. More information about Old Road Trail can be found on the Lab’s website. To help you find this trail, we have also marked Old Road Trail on this map by LANL.

The parking area is at Gate 2 off of State Rd. 4. It is packed dirt, with a fair amount of room, but no designated parking spaces. (Photo by Terry Foxx)
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Discoverability: Los Alamos Mesa Trail

Trail Name: Los Alamos Mesa Trail

Evaluators and Devices Used: Terry Foxx and Charles (Jim) Foxx, using Drive Medical RTL10266 Nitro Euro Style Rollator Walker, Standard Height, 10-inch wheels, 23 inches wide at the base. Also evaluated by Dennis and Terry Beery using a manually operated wheelchair.

Date & Time Evaluated: Afternoon on April 24, 2021.

Location: You can begin this trail either from the East Park parking lot or at the end of Nambe Place off of Nambe Loop. The slope from the East Park entrance is steep, with a grade of over 20%. The Nambe Loop end’s slope is less than 10%. View the trail on Google Maps here.

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