Carlsbad has 7 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.5 to 11.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Sitting Bull Falls and Spring, Big Canyon and Guadalupe Ridge. Trails.com member Nick P. recently completed Lovington - Hobbes - Artesia - Carlsbad Area Campgrounds.
Big CanyonView Trail Details
A day hike onto a promontory overlooking the fork between the three main branches of Big Canyon.
Last Chance CanyonView Trail Details
The story of how this canyon got its name is told so often that it just might contain a kernel of truth. Around 1881, a group of ranchers pursued ...
Sitting Bull Falls and SpringView Trail Details
A day hike to a large waterfall and one of the few flowing streams in the Guadalupe Mountains.
Carlsbad Caverns National Park; Carlsbad CavernView Trail Details
Drop 750 feet underground through the bat-cave entrance of Carlsbad Cavern to see hundreds of impressive displays—stalactite-dripping nooks and ...
Sitting Bull FallsView Trail Details
Sitting Bull, a Dakota Sioux from the northern Great Plains, probably never set foot in New Mexico. But a much-repeated legend claims that cowboys ...
Guadalupe RidgeView Trail Details
A day hike or easy overnight trip along a little-traveled high ridge of the Guadalupe Mountains.