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This Mouthwatering Ice Cream Trail In New Mexico Is All You’ve Ever Dreamed Of And More

Will drive for ice cream. If that sums up your devotion to frozen treats, then you’ll definitely want to take this road trip. The 359-mile, six-hour long route leads to some of New Mexico’s most divine ice cream, fro-yo, and custard spots. Along the way, you’re bound to see great sights, but this journey is focused on your sense of taste and none of these stops will disappoint. Even if your family isn’t much for long drives, the kids will be clamoring to start this adventure.

To take this drive, visit the Google Map for the trip here.

How far will you go for the ultimate ice cream experience?

For more scrumptious, foodie road trips, check out our Enchilada Trail through the Land of Enchantment. Yum!

Juliet White
New Mexico staff writer for Only In Your State and freelance writer. A committed travel junkie, Juliet has lived on two continents, but believes that the sunsets in New Mexico are the best. She can be reached on Twitter @JulietWrites.