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Hiking in Angel Fire, NM

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4 out of 5 based on 6 ratings

The highest point in New Mexico is the summit of Wheeler Peak, at 13,161 feet. The mountain is next to Moreno Valley ... scout.me

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Despite the state’s relatively southern latitude, New Mexico’s highest terrain was covered by glaciers until about ... trails.com

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TO TRAILHEAD: US 285 N to NM 68 N to US 64 (Paseo del Pueblo Norte) to NM 150 toward Arroyo Seco. In 8.3 mi., p... backpacker.com

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Singleminded highpointers flock to 13,161-foot Wheeler Peak (New Mexico"s highest) via two short trails from Ta... backpacker.com

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General Description Like many of the old logging road trails in Cimarron Canyon State Park, the 4 mile Jasper- A... wildernet.com

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General Description Like many of the old logging road trails in Cimarron Canyon State Park, the 14 mile Tolby Cr... wildernet.com

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Located 20 miles southeast of Taos and just over two hours north of Albuquerque, Sipapu offers year-round activi... newmexico.org

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Highpoint rank by height: 8th. There are several ways you can organize your visit to this highpoint. Route 1 offers... trails.com

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A moderate hike to an alpine lake at the base of Wheeler Peak. trails.com

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Gold Hill

Taos, NM

A day or overnight hike to a high peak above Red River and Taos Ski Valley with bristlecone pines, tundra, and spec... trails.com

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5 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Driving along the enchanted circle, one of New Mexico’s most gloriously scenic routes, you’ll go through lush fores... trails.com

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TO TRAILHEAD: US 84 N to NM 68 N to NM 522 N to NM 38 E to Red River. Continue roughly 3 mi., then turn R after... backpacker.com

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More than a century ago, miners blasted tunnels in the walls of Columbine Canyon, and the slopes bear the scars of ... trails.com

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