Pino Trail Short Version

EASY 99 reviews

Pino Trail Short Version is a 3.3 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Albuquerque, New Mexico that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, nature trips, and horses. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 3.3 miles Elevation Gain: 616 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

horseback riding

nature trips

running

views

wild flowers

snow

hiking
bugs
6 months ago

Very nice and well maintained trail. Great with our dogs.

hiking
bugs
8 months ago

Nice workout! Easy coming back. Dog loved it.

8 months ago

Easy trail with great views. It gets cooler the further you go. This trail is always busy on the weekends.

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rocky
10 months ago

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Wed Feb 06 2019

Super easy trail with great views! Only went in about a mile due to lots of snow and wind, but it's definitely worth revisiting.

Mon Jan 28 2019

Really liked the trail that broke off to the left of this trail up by wood fencing. It looked around and went back to the car. Some big boulders. Muddy with some snow and snow melt in January.

walking
Tue Jul 03 2018

Trail is currently closed.

hiking
Thu Apr 05 2018

Hiked this trail in about 60 degree weather and it was wonderful. Great, smooth footing throughout with some really nice views. The trail goes from scrub brush to thick spruce forest.

Sun Feb 18 2018

Great hike, magnificent views!

hiking
Thu Aug 24 2017

Wonderfully beautiful. The trail is mostly marked but some places are better marked than others.

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Tue Aug 22 2017

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Sun Aug 06 2017

My wife and I wished we had more time to do the long version, but the short version of the Pino Trail was still very much worth the time. It's amazing how different the Sandia and Pecos mountains are from one another despite being in close proximity to the other. I feel the Sandia mountains are a better representation of what most people would expect to see in New Mexico (rugged, somewhat baron, etc.). Just a beautiful landscape in general. I would love to come back in the winter, as we heard from locals the Sandia mountains in winter are quite beautiful. It does get quite hot on this trail so wear appropriate clothing and make sure you bring plenty of water, sunscreen, and bug spray.

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