Best Hiking in New Mexico

This list represents the most popular hiking in New Mexico. Use this list to plan your next New Mexico hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Yet another fabulous collection of hot springs in the Santa Fe National Forest. Flowing ...
A day hike through eroded rock pinnacles and a slot canyon. The interesting rock formations ...
Another collection of spectacular natural hot springs in the Jemez Springs area, with ...
The Great Plains may seem an unusual setting for volcanic activity, but the Raton-Clayton ...
No portrait of New Mexico’s wildlands would be complete without White Sands, and while ...
This is a fabulous grouping of hot springs bubbling into several rock-lined pools along ...
This is a day hike or easy overnight trip along a high lush ridge of the White Mountain ...
A long day hike or overnight trip to a high alpine lake at the base of Santa Fe Baldy. ...
A collection of natural hot springs on the side of a steep hill forming several soaking ...
Wheeler Peak Trail #90 is a hiking trail in Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico. It is within ...
Scattered through New Mexico’s national forests are dozens of hot springs where hikers ...
The climb to Spirit Lake is a summer getaway from the tourist crowds in Santa Fe, but ...
The Pajarito Plateau of Bandelier National Monument is like an amphitheater of the past ...
Perhaps the most isolated hot spring in the state of Arizona, Hannah is a true wilderness ...
An extremely remote series of hot springs in the Gila Wilderness of the Mogollon Mountains, ...
Osha Trail (10) is a hiking trail in Otero County, New Mexico. It is within Lincoln National ...
The White Mountain Wilderness is one of the most attractive backcountry areas in New Mexico. ...
Nambe Lake is a crystal-clear gem tucked in a glacial valley between Lake Peak and Santa ...
A day hike to the spectacular views from a rocky summit of a prominent Pecos Wilderness ...
A short day hike that goes to two large, historic wooden railroad trestles.
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