[Cdt-l] getting back to Lordsburg
mlesswicz at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 21 11:57:49 CDT 2015
If you can make it to Pagosa it would be well worth the effort getting the first taste of CO alpine. But you will need to hitch to Chama for transit.
1-There is the RTD small blue bus connection between Chama and Santa Fe. www.ncrtd.orgNot sure if it stops in Espanola for an exchange or is a direct link all the way.
In Espanola there is another larger system Park and Ride that definitely connects Espanola to Santa. NMDOT Park & Ride
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2-Then it would be a matter of picking up the Rail Runner train out of Santa Fe to Albuquerque. Rio Metro Regional Transit District Official Site - Weekday
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3-Then in Albuquerque you can catch the Greyhound south to Las Cruces and continue west to Lordsburg depot.Train depot and bus depot are in the same vicinity. FYI- Greyhound closed it's Santa Fe depot.
Or consider renting a car out of Santa or ABQ. The rental will only take you as far as Las Cruces though. You would still have to catch greyhound to Lords. There is no rental car business in Lordsburg.
Not sure where one could leave a car in Lordsburg. Storage garage? KOA or our new hiker friendly hosts at Econo lodge? The meeting place of the CDTC shuttle service.Consider the opposite approach to all of this.
Hope this helps
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