Explore the best wheelchair friendly trails in New Mexico with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

We did this trail around 10AM, it does get warm. There is no shade. The trail is a loop, with half the loop up against the rocks. The rocks are where the beautiful Petroglyphs are. We had our dog, and he saw lots of lizards. We did not see any snakes but were warned plenty about them.

Easy, paved and well marked. Great running trail or to take the pups for a walk :)

Petroglyphs are visible and they give you a booklet to go along with it. Very interesting! You can also hike to the top to see the ruins. If you're camping, they have a free campsite across the street with water and restrooms.

Cat Walk was an amazing hike! Although the railing is broken off from time to time, there was always another path to take, keeping our eyes on the railing above. We would have made it almost all the way (only 0.5 mile left), if it hadn't been for time restraints. We took our dogs, but there was only so far that they could join us. Overall an amazing family time adventure!

Do some research about the history of this trail and area Needs a little more rebuilding but worth the effort.

The parking lot closes at 5. Note: there are 3 parking spaces outside the gate and you can be on the trail until sunset.

Best to see artwork so old.

Worth the walk.

Rabbits, jackrabbits, lizards, centipedes galore and rattlesnakes too.

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1 month ago