Caja del Rio (Spanish: "box of the river") is a dissected plateau, of volcanic origin, which covers approximately 84,000 acres of land in northern Santa Fe County, New Mexico, United States. The region is also known as the Caja, Caja del Rio Plateau, and Cerros del Rio. The center of the area is approximately 15 miles (23 km) west of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Most of the Caja is owned by the United States Forest Service and managed by the Santa Fe National Forest. Access is through New Mexico Highway 599, Santa Fe County Road 62, and Forest Service Road 24.
By elevation Caja del Rio Plateau is
# 33 out of 79 in Santa Fe County
By prominence Caja del Rio Plateau is
# 10 out of 79 in Santa Fe County # 10 out of 173 in Santa Fe National Forest
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