Pecos Wilderness Area Trails Topo Map

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The Pecos is the quintessential New Mexico mountain wilderness— high, wide, and beautiful, a wonderland of wildflower-filled meadows, alpine lakes, dark conifer forests, shimmering aspen groves, many of the state’s highest mountains, and abundant wildlife. Yet this seemingly pristine wilderness has suffered a sobering number of changes and environmental indignities. As the New Mexico outdoor writer Kay Matthews put it, “Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of the Pecos is the fact that there is a Pecos Wilderness at all.” The Pecos Wilderness has an extensive system of well-marked, well-maintained trails, allowing for hikes ranging from short excursions to extended backpack trips. New Mexico’s longest trail, the 50-mile Skyline Trail, is here.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico

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