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America's Byways
Come Closer to Colorado's Scenic Byway to Santa Fe

Scenic Byway Visitor Center

Byway Visitor Center
Santa Fe Trail Scenic and Historic Byway- Mountain Branch
PO Box 118, 312 East Main Street, Trinidad, CO 81082,
Phone 719-846-7217 - info@santafetrailco.com

Santa Fe Trail is a National Historic Trail and one of the last frontiers
of the wild west. Visit our points of interest, click on the map below.

Sites Map

America's BywaysColorado State Scenic Byway
This site funded in part by the
National Scenic Byway Organization
of the Federal Highway Administration
& the Colorado Scenic Byway Program


This Site is currently under construction. Please refer to our existing site located at http://www.santafetrailscenicandhistoricbyway.org/

Join our byway group print membership form

 

 

See our new Podacast Page
Interpretive movies


Interpretation on the trail
Interpretive Projects
Helping visitors understand more about the history, culture and wildlife on our Trail.


SFT Byway Brochure

Brochure
Click Here for a complete guide to sites of interest on Colorado's Santa Fe Trail

Click Here for our new Museums Broshure

 

© Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved. Santa Fe Trail Scenic & Historic Byway - Mountain Branch Organization
Some Photographs © Richard Smith Permission granted to Santa Fe Trail Scenic & Historic Byway for web site use only. Some photographs © Roberta Cordova, & © DAG Industries/Graham Graphics, & © Byway historical sites & © Colorado Historical Society. All other rights reserved. Many thanks to the The Federal Highway Administration, Colorado Scenic Byways Program, the National Scenic Byways Program, Colorado Tourism Office, Trinidad Historical Society, Colorado Historical Society, Byway Economic Development Inc's, Trinidad State Junior College, National & State Parks & Forestry Services, US Forest Service, Division of Wildlife, The Federal & Colorado Department of Transportation, Byway Community Chambers of Commerce and Tourism Boards, Byway Cities & Counties, National Long Distance Trails, The Santa Fe Trail Association, Byway Welcome Centers, Byway Site Directors and Volunteers, photo and text contributions, and the countless who contributed to the development of our Web site and the creation of our Santa Fe Trail Scenic and Historic Byway "The Mountain Branch"!