Explore the most popular rock climbing 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
6 days ago

I went well the 1.9 miles that’s shown for the trail. Well marked and then you are on your own scrambling up the rocks in what is water flow track from the Sandia’s.

hiking
24 days ago

My beagles and I visit the canyon at least twice a month, all seasons. Exiting the canyon, crossing the boulder fields opens to a sandy arroyo which ends at the river. Dogs run free. Take a break in the junipers. Stop, look, and explore. Four easy hours in and out.

hiking
1 month ago

Perfect hike for my dog and I! Super easy and flat, great to run sprints or meander along - my dog loves to swim so getting to the river was big fun! This would be a great hike to take visiting friends who aren’t big hikers or used to the elevation - I don’t mind the drive in at all, drive fast and it’s a lot of fun!

This trail is great iin the beginning but then your off going down rocks and a stream bed, mot sure if that was the down part of the trail. I also think it is longer than 3.1 miles

rock climbing
1 month ago

Very beautiful trail!

hiking
1 month ago

Nice hike in Aguirre Springs nra, no real trail from pine tree loop to Indian hollow, just hike down into to arroyo, better to start from pine tree loop.

1 month ago

Great trail, route is easy to follow. Some steep parts that get fairly technical. American flag at the summit provides a good photo opportunity. Be aware that their is cartel and illegal border crossing activity in this area.

hiking
1 month ago

The real trailhead is not at the restroom parking lot but ¾ of mile up Torreon Spring Rd. As you stand at the sign board look right and that’s the gravel road. Sign clearly marks trail along that road. Consider first walking down Box Canyon.