Triviz Multi-Use Path

New Mexico

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Triviz Multi-Use Path Facts

States: New Mexico
Counties: Dona Ana
Length: 4.5 miles
Trail end points: Outfall Channel Trail at Triviz Drive and University Avenue
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10545584
Trail activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Wheelchair Accessible, Walking

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Triviz Multi-Use Path Description

Las Cruces is a city is southern New Mexico, about 50 minutes north of El Paso, Texas. The Triviz Multi-Use Path is one of the paved recreational paths found in the city. It is located in the west of the Las Cruces, along a dense neighborhoods and businesses. The trail travels from north to south, starting at the intersection with the perpendicular Outfall Channel Trail, then heading southwest along Triviz Drive before halting on University Avenue at the New Mexico State University campus. 

The trail is four-and-a-half miles long, but thanks to the connectivity of the trails, you could actually extend your walk, run or ride by taking the Outfall Channel Trail another 4.4 miles west to the Rio Grande River, and the La Llorona Multi-Use Path an equal distance south to the Town of Mesilla.

Parking and Trail Access

There is no dedicated parking for the trail but there may be on-street or commercial parking at nearby businesses.

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