Hiking Trails Near Taos, NM
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Hiking Trails Near Taos, NM

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Taos has 16 hiking trails. These trails range from 1 to 75 miles in length. The most popular trails are Wheeler Peak, Comanche Creek and Manby Hot Springs. Trails.com member Misty C. recently completed Williams Lake. See all Taos trails.
Best Trails in Taos 16 Results
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More than a century ago, miners blasted tunnels in the walls of Columbine Canyon, and ...
This is a fabulous grouping of hot springs bubbling into several rock-lined pools along ...
The valley of Comanche Creek is quintessential Valle Vidal, a region defi ned by open ...
Today, hikers and recreationists in ever-increasing numbers converge on the Wheeler Peak ...
People often assume from its name that this wilderness study area includes 10,908-foot ...
Located between the Latir Peak and wheeler peak wildernesses, The columbine–hondo wsa ...
Horseshoe and Lost lakes lie in rugged bowls at the foot of the highest ridge in New Mexico. ...
The 3-mile-long meadow by Sawmill Creek is one of New Mexico’s easiestto- reach high-country ...
At the close of the most recent Ice Age, glaciers melted from the highest peaks of the ...
At 12,711 feet, Gold Hill qualifies more as a mountain than a hill, and hikers won’t find ...
A day or overnight hike to a high peak above Red River and Taos Ski Valley with bristlecone ...
A moderate hike to an alpine lake at the base of Wheeler Peak.
A long day hike or moderate overnight trip to the dramatic summit of New Mexico’s highest ...
A hike to an alpine lake and high peak on the northern edge of the Pecos Wilderness.
A day hike or overnight trip to a pair of natural alpine lakes tucked into the jagged ...
This is a long day hike or overnight trip to two beautiful alpine lakes in the Pecos Wilderness. The ...
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