Explore the best no dogs 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
23 hours ago

hiking
1 day ago

Worth seeing, although a bit crowded on a Saturday. I suggest arriving early or/and completing on a weekday. I arrived just in time to watch a long line of cars build as I waited for entry as this is 1-out/1-in due to lack of available parking.

hiking
2 days ago

Great hike! You can see the Valle Grande once on top of the mountain. Towards the top my girlfriend and I saw elk.

Great views and a challenging hike without being overly strenuous. Afternoon. Rain did make the trail a bit slippery but worth getting wet for.

A gorgeous, easy, and for the most part shady trail that winds along both sides of a canyon. Especially early on, a bit poorly marked is my only complaint. At the farthest point, you cross an old dam. Lots of water when we were here in mid-July. Stop at the pond, sit on the bench and enjoy the bird life. Even a hawk or two within sight. Plant life includes everything from wildflowers to cactus, pine to poplar (?) and sage brush. A beautiful place on an easy walk. Go.

hiking
5 days ago