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Rio En Medio and Nambe Loop

N°68 sur 112 randonnées à

Rio En Medio and Nambe Loop est un sentier en boucle de 10.9 miles peu fréquenté situé près de Tesuque, Nouveau-Mexique. Le sentier longe une cascade et sa difficulté est évaluée comme difficile. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités et sa meilleure utilisation est de mars à décembre. Les chiens sont les bienvenus sur ce sentier mais seulement en laisse.

Distance: 10.9 miles Dénivelé: 2,680 feet Type d'itinéraire: Boucle

chiens en laisse

randonnée sac-à-dos




course à pied



vue panoramique

chute d'eau

arbres tombés


site historique

The hike begins in the village of Rio en Medio and takes trail 163 past several waterfalls up to the junction with the Borrego Trail (150). From here on you will likely see no one else. Follow that downhill to the junction with the Rio Nambe Trail (160) and cross the Rio Nambe. The route finding is a little bit tricky and there is some deadfall. Use the waypoints and track to guide you. Once across the Rio Nambe, follow it to the confluence with the Rio Capulin. Take a long break here. Old farm implements, a gravestone, and sheep pens can be seen. Next, continue on the Rio Nambe trail left from the confluence. Watch for the Viejo Trail sign (179) and cross the Rio Nambe one more time on the Viejo Trail back to the junction to the Rio en Medio and back to the trailhead.

4 months ago

4 months ago

Absolutely loved this hike! Prepare to get your feet and ankles wet. Good idea to wear hiking sandals. If you wear shoes with socks you will be very uncomfortable!! This is a great place to take dogs. We went on a Monday morning in August (7am) because I read the reviews that said parking is a challenge. We were the first car to arrive in the very small parking lot. We hike quite a bit and I think this is one of the prettiest places I’ve been since we’ve lived in New Mexico.

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5 months ago

6 months ago

Long trail with not a single notable vista. Being by two rushing rivers is really nice for sure, but this doesn't make up for the massive elevation gain for no reward. First part of trail is heavily trafficked, after passing the waterfall, I scarecly saw 5 people over 10 miles.

5 months ago