Grasshopper Canyon Trail

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#44 von 112 Wegen in

Grasshopper Canyon Trail ist ein 3.1 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Santa Fe, New Mexico. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert und gejoggt werden. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 3.1 miles Höhenunterschied: 278 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

angeleinte Hunde

kinderfreundlich

Wandern

Laufen

Wald

Aussicht

Wildtiere

Scrambling

wandern
16 days ago

A perfect little surprise trail for a short hike to stretch our legs as we pass through. A beautiful winding trail the crisscrosses over a stream, through a rock canyon and eventually meets a few small pools.

wandern
17 days ago

Very scenic, crosses a mountain stream several times. Bring poles and boots for the slippery crossings. Highly recommend for a quick hike.

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schlammig
26 days ago

What a treat! Just hiked this today. Some of the path is in the sun, some in the shade. Lots of trees. Hiking stick is helpful. Follow the stream. So much beauty, even in the cold month of December and spots of ice and snow. It was in the 50’s and we weren’t cold. Can’t wait to bring the kids here. So many rocks to climb and fun little places to explore!

wandern
2 months ago

Fun trail! Pools of clear water, giant rocks to play on and lots of shade. I do believe this actually Deer Creek and not Grasshopper Canyon...

wandern
3 months ago

nice trail, only negative lots of dogs most off leash. Not a good trail if you fear dogs.

wandern
3 months ago

Amazing views.

wandern
4 months ago

Nice easy trail, highway noise disappears after a quarter mile. Especially nice when the creek is running. Ditto on the unleashed dogs, we passed a half dozen during our hike. There was one responsible owner. Dogs aren’t the problem, it’s the clueless owners who ignore leash rules and don’t clean up after their dogs.

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steinig
4 months ago

I thought it was a decent trail, I’ve started to rack up a few favorites and this one didn’t really make the cut. Like most of Santa Fe, dogs will be off leash here regardless of the signs that state the law twice on the trail. It isn’t good for others who have their dogs on leash and appreciate the space for them or need the space. It’s got a few pretty spots, we were pasted by an old group of people that complained the trail wasn’t a secret anymore and flared at us. People make zero effort to pick up after their dogs here so heads up.

wandern
5 months ago

Decent trail, nice rocks & shade. Didn’t see any rattlers thankfully but a nite was left about one biting a dog so be vigilant! No water in the creek right now. We only did half the trail because of time restraint.

wandern
5 months ago

I would recommend this trail for families. It is nicely shaded and has a small elevation change.

wandern
7 months ago

good trail. easy. good for kids and dogs. nice place to take a walk in the trees

wandern
7 months ago

Mostly flat trail amongst ponderosa pines, some of them burnt some years ago. There only reason why I think this is rated as "moderate" is because you will have to cross the little stream numerous times, which can be fun at times (pick up a stick on the way to help you!). You won't get your feet wet though as there are stones and branches to cross the tiny stream. No spectacular views, and it is NOT marked at all. Just follow the stream up. There isn't any mention of the path at the start, and finding where to park and start has proved challenging. Luckily someone here did post a picture of a cars parked by a Cañon Del apache sign. This is where you have to park. The start of the path is in between 2 barbed wired fences with 2 small wooden houses. Finally, beware as rattle snakes have been seen (by us and another hiker).

7 months ago

I love this trail. Really easy to get to so great hike if you don't have all day. Forested with ponderosa and many other types of trees. Nice river the whole way with great places to play in the water. Will be going back in the summer!

wandern
8 months ago

Great trail!!! Stream flowing nicely. The big question of the group was if we were walking to something or if we were just gonna turn around. At the point that the records turn around, there is a pool deep enough to stand in. Water is cold but fun never the less. Enjoy!!

wandern
8 months ago

Did it mid-April and it was very dry, no major muddy areas. Trail is moderately easy but keep in mind that it's not well marked and you'll end up jumping over the creek on rocks in a lot of places. It follows the creek the whole time so it's impossible to get lost if you stick to it! Very pretty area. Only deducted a star since there's a lot of beaten down "trails" and it's hard to tell which is the right one. Also there's no sign for it off the highway, just a parking spot and a very clearly beaten path. Had fun! We'd do it again

wandern
schlammig
scrambling
steinig
9 months ago

Tewa/Tiwa Territory traditionally. This is one of my all time favorites, the one thing that bugs me is when people go off trail, or create their own. If you do this trail, please follow the cairns and refrain from other “rock art”. The trail crosses the creek a few times, so waterproof or water shoes will help. This recording, I took many, many stops and at a leisurely pace. I also saw so much weather in one hike, it was beautiful... but the little sleet/hail & snow that came down got the start/end pretty muddy. Additionally, in warmer months, you can cross the pool to go up top. To do this though, you do have to submerge ~3-3.5ft in water, and scramble a rock/waterfall.

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2 months ago

aufgezeichnet Grasshopper Canyon Trail

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