Looking for a great trail near Santa Fe, New Mexico? AllTrails has 91 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Kinnikinnik Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Pecos National Monument or Hillside Park. Ready for some activity? There are 42 moderate trails in Santa Fe ranging from 1.4 to 19.9 miles and from 5,472 to 12,385 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
icy
muddy
3 days ago

A fun, easy 3 mile hike...made slightly more difficult by ice & mud.

hiking
icy
4 days ago

Little slick in some spots. Go slow. A Santa Fe standard bearer. Great hike!!!!

hiking
5 days ago

Beautiful, easy trail! Some snow in a few spots but mostly clear.

hiking
icy
snow
7 days ago

Doable with yak tracks. Beautiful vistas.

hiking
9 days ago

Nanbé Owingeh/Tewa, Tse’mayo Territory Awesome awesome trail, minimal grade changes — and where/how it did change was pretty gradual. Except for near the gully’s/arroyos. Not muddy, in the on/off snow dustings :)

snow
11 days ago

My husband and I hiked/snowshoed this trail today and had a blast! We were first time snowshoers and were excited to have a fun, challenging hike. The Winsor part of the trail was hard packed and did not require snowshoes, however once we got on the Nambe lake trail, snowshoes were a necessity. With stops for photos and snacks we took 3 hours on the way up and 2 hours on the way down. The pink markers were very helpful in finding our way to Nambe lake.

hiking
muddy
snow
11 days ago

Great adventure a lot of snow and ice but so worth it! A must do!

hiking
icy
snow
12 days ago

Great trail with lots of choices. Lots of snow right now but so worth the extra time. Beautiful views!

running
muddy
snow
12 days ago

Trails are easy to run. Went about 9 miles today, enjoyed the quiet and scenery. Mud and snow in some places. There are dirt roads primarily but some rocks in heights. Hit one dead end but used gps to get back to a trail and our car.

hiking
icy
muddy
no shade
snow
12 days ago

Excellent snowshoeing hike in early January. Beautiful snow conditions. Just enough folks on the trail to make the Trailside banter interesting. A challenging slope often with a 20 percent grade. Stunning views from Deception Peak and other looks along the route.

hiking
closed
off trail
private property
rocky
13 days ago

You can travel the trail if you access it and exit it from Santa Fe. However, the road is closed heading down into Cochiti, as the Pueblo doesn’t want the public entering from that direction any longer. So, you have to make a loop back out and cannot go through like you used to be able to. The views from the top of La Bajada are gorgeous and the loop trail around the hill is exciting. Just not as fun since you cannot enter or exit it through the south.

hiking
icy
muddy
rocky
snow
15 days ago

I have hiked the entirety of this trail before; however I wanted to try running it this time - even with the mud, ice and snow it was incredible! Highly recommended.

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