Horseback Riding Trails in New Mexico
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Horseback Riding Trails in New Mexico

787
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0 - 40 mi
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New Mexico has 787 horseback riding trails. These trails range from 0 to 40.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Lake Katherine, Wheeler Peak and Santa Fe Baldy-Pecos Wilderness. Trails.com member Jim J. recently completed Black Range Crest.
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Wheeler Peak Trail #90 is a hiking trail in Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico. It is within ...
Another collection of spectacular natural hot springs in the Jemez Springs area, with ...
The ramble to Stewart Lake is an exhilarating trip along canyons and ridges of the main ...
Dog Canyon Trail (106) is a hiking trail in Otero County, New Mexico. It is within Oilver ...
A long day hike or overnight trip to a high alpine lake at the base of Santa Fe Baldy. ...
A day hike or easy overnight trip along a high lush ridge of the White Mountain Wilderness. The ...
La Luz Trail (137) is a hiking and horse trail in Bernalillo County and Sandoval County, ...
A day hike to the spectacular views from a rocky summit of a prominent Pecos Wilderness ...
A long day hike or backpack through forest and lush meadows into the heart of the Pecos ...
Cloud-Climbing Trestle Trail (5001) is a hiking trail in Cloudcroft, New Mexico. It is ...
Forest Road 572 is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico. ...
Argentina Canyon Trail (39) is a hiking trail in Lincoln County, New Mexico. It is within ...
The Santa Fe National Forest, the second-oldest national forest in the United States, ...
The Sandia Mountains tower over Albuquerque, rising abruptly from the east side of the ...
A day hike along abandoned grades of the historic Cloudcroft logging railroad. From ...
Sierra Blanca is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Lincoln County, New Mexico. It is ...
A long day hike or moderate overnight hike to a high summit in the Pecos Wilderness. Santa ...
A beautiful day hike along the East Fork of the Jemez River. The trail does not show on ...
A day hike up a rushing trout stream through the lush forest of the Pecos Wilderness. ...
A day hike through thick forest and lush meadows to the summit of an extinct volcano, ...
San Pedro Parks - Las Vacas Trail (51) is a hiking and horse trail in Rio Arriba County, ...
A day hike onto a promontory overlooking the fork between the three main branches of Big ...
A two- or three-day loop backpack through lush old-growth forest into one of the least ...
A pleasant and easier hike up a lush streambed to the Sandia Crest. Cienega is Spanish ...
Signal Peak Trail #742 is a hiking trail in Grant County, New Mexico. It is within Gila ...
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