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.

hiking
16 hours ago

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.

hiking
23 hours ago

hiking
4 days ago

this is not the hardest trail, by any means, but it is very enjoyable. I took my 57 year old mom, who is pretty sedentary, and she was able to complete the full loop (with some grumbling though LOL). the trail is pretty sandy in some areas, with some small inclines, but nothing difficult. We came across a snake, not sure what kind, but I'm telling myself ITS NOT A RATTLESNAKE. it was about 3 feet long and skinny, light beige-y with brown spots/pattern. a decent amount of petroglyphs were visible, and I thoroughly enjoyed myself, snake sighting be damned :)

Pretty easy all through the caverns. The rock formations are spectacular. Definitely a once in the lifetime experience

trail running
16 days ago

Good trail to run 2 mile loops.

trail running
17 days ago

hiking
26 days ago

Spectacular drive! Inspiring and beautiful. Lots of trails in this area.

hiking
1 month ago