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Hiking the Mountain Trails of Santa Fe

A Guide to Trails, People, Places & Events

by Kay Matthews

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Acequia Madre .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Special Interest - Adventure,
  • United States - West - Pacific (General),
  • Travel

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11539534M
    ISBN 100940875055
    ISBN 109780940875050
    OCLC/WorldCa33084753

      In recognition of National Trails Day (Sat. June 8), I'm using this week to post write-ups and maps of a few lesser-known area trails. Unlike the more remote settings of the previously posted south-side trails, Moon Mountain and the route up to its summit sit hiding in plain sight among the nearby trail systems of the Santa Fe Foothills. Moon mountain sits just south of Sun Mountain and .   Santa Fe is one of those destinations that has something for everyone so it’s a great place to go with friends whose idea of what constitutes a good time may differ slightly from yours. The area offers hiking, skiing and rafting for the outdoorsy types, Canyon Road and the museums for art and history buffs, shopping and spas, Taos and the Pueblos, great restaurants and bars.

    Drive 5 miles east of Andover Road to Santa Fe Lake Road. Turn north. Drive app miles north and turn west into Santa Fe Lake Park. The trail parking lot is the first parking lot on the right. You must pay a $5 daily fee per vehicle before the trail can be ridden. Drive past the trail . Santa Fe Lake trails are divided into two very different but equally spectacular trails, both of which are suited for Hiking, Mountain Biking (Helmet Required), Walking or Running. The North Trail is approximately 5 miles long with twist and turns through beautiful wooded areas, along the North Shore of the Lake, through native tall grass.

    Santa Fe Quad by BLM; Caja del Rio, Dierdre; Mountains of Santa Fe, by Bill Drake (copies may still be available, but it is out of print) GUIDEBOOKS of Local Trails. Day Hikes In The Santa Fe Area, by Santa Fe Group of the Sierra Club, ; Best Hikes In New Mexico With Children, by Bob Julyan, ; New Mexico’s Wilderness Areas, by Bob. Las Conchas Trail. Forest: Santa Fe National Forest District: Jemez Ranger District Description: This stroll along the East Fork of the Jemez River is an easy relaxing hike, perfect for finding wildflowers. The stream flows in a rocky canyon in a deep conifer forest, but also meanders through a .


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Hiking the Mountain Trails of Santa Fe by Kay Matthews Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hiking the Mountain Trails of Santa Fe: A Guide to Trails, People, Places & Events Paperback – April 1, by Kay Matthews (Author) › Visit Amazon's Kay Matthews Page.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Author: Kay Matthews. *The Salt Mission Trail--venturing down into the Manzano Mountains.

*The Turquoise Trail--heading up into the Sandias and beyond. *El Camino Real--exploring natural wonders along I toward Santa Fe.

*The City Different--snooping around Santa Fe and its environs. *The Cuba Road--heading down toward Cuba and Cabezon Peak/5(28). Santa Fe Rail Trail Galisteo Basin Preserve with partners Commonweal Conservancy For a great overview of trails in the Santa Fe area, as well as more descriptions of the individual trails, visit the Trails Alliance of Santa Fe website.

a twisty, turney trail that ends in fabulous views of Santa Fe and environs You can start at St. John's college parking lot and hike up hill from there. I find the hike to be a /5(). Stretching approximately miles through the mountains of Santa Fe, the Atalaya Mountain Trail is one of the most frequently traveled hiking trails in the region.

Not only does it provide lovely aspen forest scenery with a mountain overlook finale, but the relatively easy terrain makes it ideal for an easy hike or family excursion. Hiking Santa Fe is a hiker's paradise.

And you don't have to travel far to find it. Just a few minutes away from bustling downtown lie acres of pristine wilderness in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

The Santa Fe Conservation Trust has played a huge role in the development of trails in Santa Fe. Their most obvious work is the Dale Ball Trails which is an amazing resource to have so close to town. But they are also working hard with other Santa Fe advocacy groups to create the GUSTO, or Grand Unified Santa Fe Trail Organization.

Picacho Peak Trail | miles, 1, feet. Part of the excellent mile Dale Ball Trail system that borders the city of Santa Fe, Picasa Peak offers huge rewards for the work involved. The hike climbs one of the highest hills looming over the town and offers magnificent views all the way up and down the last mile of the trail.

Golden aspens grace the high country from September to October and snow blankets Santa Fe Ski Basin in winter. Recommended Routes in Santa Fe National Forest - 13 Hiking. Santa Fe, New Mexico offers locals and visitors an amazing array of hiking trails.

The Dale Ball Trails, located a short distance from Santa Fe in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, is easy to access. The mountain trails are slightly further but it is a pleasant drive up Hyde Park Road to the Chamisa or Borrego Trails.

The Santa Fe County Geographic Information Systems (G.I.S.) division created an online, interactive trails map that is now available to the public. The map includes hundreds of miles of trails throughout Santa Fe County, including County trails and Santa Fe National Forest, City of Santa Fe, and private land trails.

NORTHEAST. Within the eastern flanks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, hiking trails and camping opportunities abound in both the Carson and Santa Fe National Forests, and in Cimarron Canyon State Park, which features stunning palisade cliffs, excellent wildlife viewing opportunities, and areas for camping and adjacent Colin Neblett Wildlife Area provides additional wildlife.

The Dale Ball Trail system is a nearly mile network of natural-surface trails in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Located a short distance from downtown Santa Fe, it is the quickest way to get from the city into the mountains.

The fantastic Aspen Vista Trail is higher up in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains along a rocky, dirt road. The trailhead commences at 9, feet and tops out at 12, feet (at the summit of the Santa Fe ski basin) and provides more exertion and.

Park on either side of Old Santa Fe Trail near the trailhead. You'll see a hand-carved wood sign reading, “Sun Mountain Trail”. The trail is a very popular and heavily trafficked singletrack route that is used year round, including snowy days in the dead of winter.

Santa Feans are very active and love to hike in all types of weather. Of course, the old trails systems were pretty long, with the Old Spanish Trail running to Los Angeles, the Santa Fe trail to Missouri, and the Camino Real trail to Mexico City.

Books on Santa Fe Hiking. Santa Fe - Taos Hiking Guide, Bob D'Antonio, April Hiking the Mountain Trails of Santa Fe, Kay Matthews April Home: The Hikes. The Top Santa Fe Hiking Trails Atalaya Mountain Trail.

This trail takes you from St. John’s College in the Santa Fe foothills to the peak of Atalaya Mountain. The moderate difficulty rating on this trail means that most people can conquer this trail with little resistance.

Atalaya Mountain Hiking Trail, Santa Fe: See reviews, articles, and 73 photos of Atalaya Mountain Hiking Trail, ranked No on Tripadvisor among attractions in Santa Fe/5(). The Santa Catalina Mountains, A Guide to the Trails and Routes (Fourth Edition – Revised) by Pete Cowgill and Eber Glendening (published by Rainbow Expeiditions) has been out of print for many years, but used copies can often be found on Amazon (or perhaps sometimes at Bookmans – pictures of my well loved and somewhat abused copy below) – be careful on Amazon, sometimes.

If you like to hike and live in L.A., this is the one guide that you truly must have. Most people know of the more popular areas and trails in the Santa Monica mountains but you will be amazed at the sheer number of maps, trails, and descriptions contained in this s: 7.

"From downtown Santa Fe, you can catch a quick Uber or rent a bike to ride to Dale Ball Trails, which is only miles outside of town." "This area was easy to find from the city, clearly marked trails, well-maintained trails, and beautiful views.". The Atalaya Trail is a short but steep trail to the summit of Atalaya Mountain and offers some of of the best views Santa Fe, the Jemez Mountains, and the Galisteo Basin.

Average hikes times range from three to four hours depending on if you start at the lower trailhead ( miles to the summit) or the upper trailhead (2 miles to the summit).A great mountain trail close to town offering wonderful views from the top.

Near Santa Fe, New Mexico. A justifiably popular hike right out of town. Description From a large parking lot at St. John's College, the trail heads north and east. It skirts an arroyo before crossing it to gain the sweet singletrack that climbs and climbs to the.