Explore the most popular 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.




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**Dogs ARE allowed here** Great hike, though hard to follow the trail sometimes. Definitely needed the AllTrails map to follow. I was also glad I'd thrown my snowshoes on my back as when I needed them, I really needed them. Beautiful quiet trail, especially with the fresh snow!

1 day ago

An incredible trail! Took the whole family on it. Enjoyed the scenery and being within the Organ Mountains. A little longer in length than listed - But made for a great hike!

1 day ago

Our favorite hike of all time (so far).... this trail had it all, steep mountain hike with awesome views, long narrow slot canyon, boulder climbs and unusual rock formations...this trail is a must!

Great casual hike. Thousands of petroglyphs and a couple excavated huts to see. Only $5 for day parking. Lots of wildlife - lizards, snakes, and. even spotted a roadrunner!

Impossible to find.... locals have no clue what the map is showing.

1 day ago

we just love it love it, Highly recommended, beautiful place, different views

1 day ago

Currently closed.

So beautiful- was looking for a trail run and this was more of a steep walk/jog for the first half uphill , then a nice, rapid downhill. Not very technical, just steep and high altitude for someone who’s been living in Texas for 5 years :)

Easy and nice trail. Excellent views

This was a great loop, especially after a fresh snow! I was ready to discount it since it's rated easy and starts in the golf resort, but it was a beautiful secluded hike that climbed more than I expected. YakTracks were plenty for the snow

This trail was so impossible to follow. I assume that's the reason for the "difficult" rating, because the slope is very mild, as you can see from the topo. I only made it a bit over a mile up before losing the trail completely and finding no workaround. Disappointed because it sounded great.

Easy hike but also one of the best in the area! The stunning scenery in the canyon exemplifies the beauty of the desert landscape in the area. Not too crowded. On a beautiful day, we passed only a few other hikers and one individual on horseback. Next time we do this hike we are planning to hike from Aguirre Springs, over the peak, and down to the Baylor Canyon Trailhead. We went in Mid-March and the temps could not have been better, but it gets windy up at the top, but not too windy that I ever even put on my light jacket (tank top was sufficient). Also, don’t forget the sunscreen as this hike is almost completely in the sun.

The falls weren't so great, but this is a wonderful & relaxing hike. Great views! Nice to see all the old train history throughout hike. Enjoyed!

Starts kinda funky at an equine facility, but follow the gravel service road and you're set. More of a stroll than a hike, this trail is friendly for all ages & skill levels. Beautiful panoramic views around every turn, lots of sun. View at the end is spectacular. Just beautiful!

2 days ago

Fun trail, loved the beautiful views.

My profile picture is of this hike! Super lovely but very hot, leave your older fur babies at home

Challenging hike due to steady incline, great workout. Trail hugs the side of the mountain so the views are unbelievable!

2 days ago

Beautiful trail! Most of the trail is very easy, with wide, sandy trail. There are, however, several steep, rocky sections scattered throughout. Overall I would rate this trail as moderate. The views all along the trail are magnificent- not just at the summit!

Trail very poorly marked. lots of dead fall.

Really great hike! Get there early to for fewer people. Would definitely hike again!

Amazing! The first cliff dwellings I've been to. We got a tour of the dwellings from a volunteer guide, then looped back along the creek.

3 days ago

This trail rocks! Did the full 13.5 miles in 5.25 hours. We hit the trailhead at 1:30 pm, got to the top by 4:15, stopped long enough for a quick snack, then jogged to the bottom. I was at my car by 6:45! Great ass kicker!

Be safe and have fun.

3 days ago

Nice hike and some good views! Some spots of loose rock/gravel.

3 days ago

Great day hike with beautiful views. There is still snow on the top portion of the trail so trekking poles and possibly micro spikes will be a help. Pino is not as strenuous or long as La Luz but will give you a good workout.

Moderate to hard hike, trails are not well marked, especially river trail to red dot trail. Take extra water. Very rocky decent and climb. Beautiful scenery and small streams.

Enjoyed the trail, great views. Didn’t find the springs...

Tough trail, lots of boulders but with nice breaks of relatively level sand. Lightly trafficked so you’re not passing or yielding to other hikers all the time

I took my in-laws (67 and 70) and they handled it nicely. Very well kept and awesome places for pictures.

Nice easy hike. If you want to avoid the bikers I recommend taking the side trails. Very pleasant overall.

Great hike; take the miners trail on the way back to the starting route for beautiful vistas. It borders being strenuous at some points and isn’t well marked, so bring GPS if you take that part of the loop. Saw deer, horned toad, birds.

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