The mission of Santa Fe Trail Scenic and Historic Byway is to educate residents and the visiting public about Historical, Cultural and Natural Resources along the scenic byway, while preserving and promoting events, activities, and byway sites of historic importance. We appreciate your membership support and encourage you to join us for our annual election of officers meeting! Nominations are being accepted for Secretary Treasurer, and Byway Ambassadors. We welcome you to assist with our many wonderful projects along the byway.
DAR markers Brochure
Hiking and Biking Trail on Raton Pass
Volunteer at the Scenic Byway Visitor Center
Radio Transmitter repairs & Visitor Services Program for Radio Transmissions
Byway Speaker presentations
Byway Hospitality Training
Attend Trade shows
SFTS&H Byway traverses 188 miles from the Kansas state line to the New Mexico state line. From the New Mexico border on I-25 it turns east and follows highway 350 to La Junta then turns onto highway 50 east to the Kansas border. There are 45 sites of interest on or near the Mountain Route of the Santa Fe Trail which closely follows the original path of the Santa Fe Trail. Santa Fe Trail Scenic and Historic Byway - Mountain Branch was designated as a Scenic Byway in 1992 by Colorado Governor Roy Romer to preserve and enhance the resources of the Byway.
9AM Call to order
Election of Officer for Secretary Treasurer and Byway Ambassadors
Drawing for Trip to Picketwire Dinosaur Tracksite Tour with stay at Bent's Old Fort in.
We look forward to seeing you at our meeting.
Santa Fe Trail Scenic and Historic Byway - Mountain Branch