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Corrales Bosque

Address: Albuquerque, NM
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Ranked #30 of 116 Activities in Albuquerque
Type: Biking Trails, Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks
Activities: Biking, Mountain biking
Owner description: An easy 17-mile biking trail starting at Corrales Bridge.
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Type: Biking Trails, Outdoor Activities, Nature & Parks
Activities: Biking, Mountain biking
Owner description: An easy 17-mile biking trail starting at Corrales Bridge.
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new mexico
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205 reviews 205 reviews
50 attraction reviews
118 helpful votes 118 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 11, 2014

The Corrales bosque offers one the opportunity to find solitude near the busy city of Albuquerque. Corrales is its own town and prides itself on rural living within 5 minutes of the "city." My husband and I walk and mountain bike in the bosque on a regular basis. Fall is particularly nice with bright yellow cottonwoods lining the trail. There... More 

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Louisville, Colorado
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180 reviews 180 reviews
29 attraction reviews
85 helpful votes 85 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 1, 2014

We brought our mountain bikes to Albuquerque and spent every morning riding in the bosque. Depending where you venture you can feel like you are all alone with nature. Very cool place with all types of terrain. From sand to dirt paths and canal trails, all great for mountain biking, walking or hiking. My favorite things to do in Albuquerque.

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Cary, North Carolina
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34 reviews 34 reviews
27 attraction reviews
4 helpful votes 4 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 23, 2014 via mobile

My family and I walk in the Bosque at least three times a week. It's a great adventure for my granddaughter who always finds new things. It is also very relaxing and a great way to spend time with family.

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Corrales, New Mexico
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118 reviews 118 reviews
29 attraction reviews
51 helpful votes 51 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 25, 2013

We live in Corrales, New Mexico about a mile and a half from the Corrales Bosque (Spanish for 'woods'). The Bosque in Corrales is a Nature Preserve with many great trails shared by walkers, off-road bikers and horseback riders. Most everyone are polite and considerate of each other. Horse rides always have the right of way. We were told that... More 

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Rio Rancho
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11 reviews 11 reviews
3 attraction reviews
10 helpful votes 10 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed April 11, 2013

When I need a peaceful walk or just a place to reflect and think, this is my place to go. I love the smells, views and just the peaceful atmosphere.

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Mount Kisco, New York
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4 reviews 4 reviews
3 attraction reviews
1 helpful vote 1 helpful vote
4 of 5 stars Reviewed August 28, 2012

I am from back east and loved the trail so much we road it twice. It is a great way to see the city. Make sure you bring plenty of water as it was very hot and dry in August. Went to Bikesmith and rented 2 bikes for the day with gear (helments, locks, repair kit) and I thought it... More 

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Colorado
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324 reviews 324 reviews
124 attraction reviews
259 helpful votes 259 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed June 27, 2012

Driving down main street in Corrales is a nice reprieve from the nearby bustle of Rio Rancho or Albuquerque. Lots of large trees line the main drag, and quaint shops and a few restaurants add to the more rural feel of the village. The Corrales Bosque is a great place to take a leisurely stroll, but bring plenty of water... More 

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Corrales, NM
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47 reviews 47 reviews
4 attraction reviews
22 helpful votes 22 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed May 28, 2012

I have lived in Corrales for over 15 years. I love birds & so here's my recommendation if you have a couple of hours to spend in Corrales. If you take Dixon Road or Romero Rd. off Corrales Road you will be able to access the Bosque. You will need to cross the agricultural ditches and then cross the levi... More 

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Albuquerque, New Mexico
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45 reviews 45 reviews
11 attraction reviews
18 helpful votes 18 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed March 27, 2012

The Corrales bosque, managed as a nature preserve, has the highest density of birds found in any of the riparian habitat in the Albuquerque area, Here you might see nesting Great Horned Owls or Cooper's Hawks, Spotted Towhees, bright red Summer Tanagers, as well as dozens of other species. Look for porcupines sleeping in the cottonwoods, and squirrels, coyotes, rabbits... More 

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Rio Rancho, New Mexico
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126 reviews 126 reviews
39 attraction reviews
75 helpful votes 75 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed February 29, 2012

This community just off of the Rio Grande was the first of many stops Spanish expeditions made into New Mexico. Be sure to Google the many spots you may want ot make in this area.

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