Scenic Drives Trails in New Mexico
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Scenic Drives Trails in New Mexico

55
Scenic Drives
0 - 118 mi
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New Mexico has 55 scenic drives trails. These trails range from 0 to 118 miles in length. The most popular trails are Manby Hot Springs, San Antonio Hot Springs and Black Rock Hot Springs. Trails.com member Shari B. recently completed Spence Hot Springs.
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Yet another fabulous collection of hot springs in the Santa Fe National Forest. Flowing ...
Sierra Blanca is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Lincoln County, New Mexico. It is ...
A 20-mile paved highway that climbs from the Tularosa Basin desert to the lush forests ...
A unique hot mineral bath establishment on the banks of the Rio Grande, offering private ...
This is a fabulous grouping of hot springs bubbling into several rock-lined pools along ...
A collection of natural hot springs on the side of a steep hill forming several soaking ...
A historic hot spring resort, remodeled over the past several years to provide a variety ...
A 13-mile drive into the San Juan Mountains of Colorado along the route of the Cumbres ...
A 14-mile drive from scrubby piñon-juniper forest to tremendous views and lush sub-alpine ...
A short but popular hike to some hot springs along the banks of the San Francisco River. San ...
A historic hot mineral bathhouse, Jemez still offers baths the old- fashioned way. Located ...
A recently re-opened hot spring resort on the banks of the Gila River offering hot pools ...
A collection of high-temperature hot springs along the West Fork of the Gila River supplying ...
A small concrete pool of warm water located along the San Francisco River in the Gila ...
A 90-mile paved highway that traverses the Plains of San Agustin before crossing the Continental ...
A 29-mile paved and gravel drive from Socorro in the Rio Grande Valley to the top of the ...
A 78-mile paved highway through sandstone bluffs, natural arches, lava flows, and high ...
A 19-mile drive from the town of Pecos to the headwaters of the Pecos River in the high ...
A dramatic 15-mile drive from the center of historic Santa Fe to the Santa Fe Ski Area ...
A 42-mile drive through the forested Sacramento Mountains between the resort towns of ...
A collection of hot springs bubbling out of the side of a hill, feeding a variety of rock ...
A magnificent natural dam formed in the Jemez River from the precipitation of minerals ...
A historic bathhouse with six private pools and tubs, all fed by their own hot artesian ...
A small RV park and campground located in the town of Gila Hot Springs, complete with ...
A 79-mile drive through Hispanic villages and old Spanish mission ruins in the foothills ...
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