Weeks after storm, US Forest Service works to clear trails in northern New Mexico
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Clean-up efforts from a storm more than a month ago in northern New Mexico are still underway.
The high winds – some areas had gusts at over 100 mph – flattened a lot of trees in the Taos Sky Valley and areas near Red River.
Some outdoor recreation areas were damaged, and now the U.S. Forest Service is hard at work clearing trails.
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