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All reviews nice hike be aware parking lot loose rocks the white sands short distance a lot of fun beautiful area beautiful scenery railroad trestle new mexico benches forest trail views altitude parts
We had a hike to Lucas Canyon on our plans, but the snow and ice did not permitted us to get to the trailhead, so Plan B was Osha Trail. Wow,,, it is so much fun to hike this trail specialty when there is snow....More
Family weekend getaway to cloudcroft. We our enjoyed the hike on this trail. The scenery was beautiful. Enjoyed being able to stop at the benches to rest and take in the views. The trail needs better signs and would be nice to know where you...More
For a family with three teens that rather spend time on electronics, this trail provided enough challenge to keep them engaged and whining was at a minimum.
The trail is offers a couple of breathtaking vistas and a wonderful valley almost three quarters of the...More
We really enjoyed walking this trail. It's so beautiful & peaceful. There are some sections that are uphill but I would think most people would be able to handle. We live at 95 feet above sea level & waited to hike for 2 days so...More
I took this trail from the USFS Pines campgrounds straight into town. It's only about a mile as the crow flies that way. The Lincoln forest is beautiful in this part of New Mexico. The section I walked didn't change elevation which suited this old...More
We ignored the weather forecast and hiked anyway. We got rained on, hailed on and the lightening was unnerving. Nonetheless, we had a great time and it is a beautiful trail. Highly recommend for anyone. Not a difficult trail at all.
If you are standing in front of the new Electric Coop Building, there is a road to your right. This is the Mexican Ave. You follow that until you see the road off to the right, this is Osha Trail Road.
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