Best Snowshoeing in New Mexico

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

  • #1 Sandia Mountain Wilderness Area Trails

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    Albuquerque, NM

    The Sandia Mountain Wilderness is indeed a study in contrasts and compromises. The north-south trending range, approximately 30 miles long and less than 10 miles wide, has wilderness designation ...
    •  112 miles
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    The Sandia Mountain Wilderness is indeed a study in contrasts and compromises. The north-south trending range, approximately ...

  • #2 Gila Wilderness Area Trails

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    Silver City, NM

    The Gila Wilderness is one of America’s great wildernesses. But its significance lies not only in its size—more than twice as vast as the next largest wilderness in New Mexico, the Pecos—but ...
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    The Gila Wilderness is one of America’s great wildernesses. But its significance lies not only in its size—more than twice ...

  • #3 Manzano Mountain Wilderness Area Trails

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    Albuquerque, NM

    Ask people if they’ve hiked in the Manzano Mountains, and many will say yes. They’ve been to Fourth of July Canyon in the fall to see the foliage display, or perhaps they’ve been to John F. Kennedy ...
    •  100 miles
    •  Guide

    Ask people if they’ve hiked in the Manzano Mountains, and many will say yes. They’ve been to Fourth of July Canyon in the ...

  • #4 Valles Caldera National Preserve

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    Jemez Springs, NM

    The trail takes you up to a midlevel ridge for a glimpse of the landscapes hidden in the Baca. Peaking over 9,100 feet, it’s one of the cooler summer hikes. In winter, its modest gain in elevation ...
    •  1–2 hours
    •  2.9 miles
    •  Guide

    The trail takes you up to a midlevel ridge for a glimpse of the landscapes hidden in the Baca. Peaking over 9,100 feet, it’s ...