Granite Gap, NM

Bureau of Land Management

Granite Gap

From surrounding flat country, spectacular granite and limestone ridges and rock formations rise up to encircle a secluded bowl of land called the Granite Gap near the Arizona border. The area is an excellent...[more]


Las Cruces District Office
1800 Marquess Street
Las Cruces, NM 88005-3370
Phone:(575) 525-4300

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From Lordsburg, go west on I-10 to Exit 5 (Road Forks). Drive south on NM 80 for about 11 miles. Turn right onto an unmarked dirt track. At the entrance to the site is a wire gate. Take the left fork, go 0.5 mile along a sandy road, and park near the first large rock cluster. Do not drive past the cut in the rocks. The road is impassable when wet.

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