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Stretching from New Mexico to California, the Old Spanish Trail consisted of three distinct trade routes in the American West from 1829–48. All three of the routes, the main Spanish Trail, the North Branch, and the Armijo Route passed through different areas in Colorado. The trail was designated a national historic trail in 2002.
Courtesy of the Old Spanish Trail Association