This photo of a rainwater pond on the Criswell Range reflects a rare occurence on the semi-arid Criswell. © 2007 - 2012 SaveTheRange.com
© 2007 - 2012 SaveTheRange.com
© 2007 - 2012 SaveTheRange.com
© 2007 - 2012 SaveTheRange.com


Visitors Are Welcome

Visitor Stories...
The Criswell is tucked away in the very northeast corner of Catron County. Our eastern boundary nudges up to Soccoro County and our northern boundary is two miles south of Cibola County. Our closest villages are Datil and PieTown. Both are to the south and rest along side US 60. Each community is about 36 miles from the south entrance to the Criswell.

Our closest town to the north is Grants, which is just off Interstate 40. The odometer reads 44 from the northwest corner of the Criswell.

Criswell Owners Group maintains an office in PieTown where visitors and residents can stay overnight if the weather turns rough, and the roads get impassable. It is not the best of accommodations and if you need a place to sleep, it is best to have your own blankets. And privacy is a little wanting. But it is the best we can do right now.

From time to time some very interesting visitors stop by. We offer our little bit of hospitality. Some are travelers who are in need of rest from the rigors of the trail. We are on the great divide. We have both hikers and bikers who are trekking from Mexico to Canada. And some are just weary automobile passengers who stop here for pie. For whatever reason they stop… they are welcome.

We will tell the stories of some of our visitors in these web pages.


Visitor Tip:

To read about our PieTown office's first visitor - the Long Rider, Bernice Ende - click here. Also, be sure to visit her web site at www.EndeOfTheTrail.com.


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