Travertine Falls is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Tijeras, New Mexico that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Short forest hike to waterfall. Great for kids. Beginning of S Crest Trail 130 from Canyon Estates. Easy .5 mile hike to waterfalls. Easy for kids - can also go to the top of the falls to explore and continue hike up from there.
Nice, quick little hike. Good one for kids. Not a lot of water at the falls this time of year, though.
Mid March and the falls are still more of a trickle, but overall a fun hike with our dogs and relatively little human traffic. Will try again in the summer!
nice walk, some good views....the 'falls' in early February are a bit of a disappointment....we'll check it again in April.
I really enjoyed this hike. It is not difficult at all you pass cliffs, lower mountain scenery, and reach the fall. It's more of a drip but there is a cave and it's really nice.
easy hike. I'm out of shape, and it was an easy hike for me. The falls still had water rushing over them! Trail is wide, but lots of loose rock. Also, lots of Cacti....right on the trail...caution if you bring kids or dogs. Very popular trail, yet we only saw a few people.
A short nice walk