South Boundary

Carson National Forest, New Mexico

Distance18.4mi
Elevation Gain5,919ft
Trailhead Elevation9,327ft
Top10,731ft
Elevation Min/Max9271/10731ft
Elevation Start/End9327/9327ft

South Boundary

South Boundary is a hiking and biking trail in Colfax County and Taos County, New Mexico. It is within Carson National Forest. It is 18.4 miles long and begins at 9,327 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 37.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 5,919 feet.

South Boundary Professional Reviews and Guides

"This is an incredible tour of the Sangre de Cristo Range that takes you across ridges, valleys, and several peaks, through gorgeous conifer forests and incredible stands of aspen.

This ride is at its very best in the fall when the aspens along this route turn every shade of yellow, gold, and fiery orange. Besides being a wonderfully scenic tour of New Mexico’s Rocky Mountains, this is also one of the state’s best mountain bike rides."

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Trail Information

Carson National Forest
Nearby City
Carson National Forest
Parks
Carson National Forest, Camino Real Ranger District
Local Contacts
The Carson National Forest map shows the South Boundary route adequately, but topographical maps will give more detail. You can also use USGS 7.5-minute quads for Osha Mountain, Shadybrook, and Rancho de Taos.
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Nov 2018