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New Mexico

As Route 66 doesn't appear on modern maps anymore, one needs a good description before heading out on the old 2-lane highway.

Select the starting point and direction you'd like to travel below:

westboundeastbound
from Texasfrom Arizona
Glenrio-Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa-TijerasStatewide
Tijeras-Grants
Grants-Manuelito
off to Arizonaoff to Texas

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Printing this description can take a lot of time, so you might want to consider buying commercially available alternatives such as the 8 map set and the EZ66 guide to take along on your trip.

Route 66: The Illustrated Guidebook to the Mother Road

Bob Moore, Patrick Grauwels, Yannis Argyropoulos

$71.22

Route 66: America's Longest Small Town

Jim Hinckley, Judy Hinckley

$13.38

Route 66: Ghost Towns and Roadside Relics

Bruce Wexler, Greg Disch

$12.23

Route 66 In Search of Ghosts and Treasures

Phyllis Chandler Grey

$19.99