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Paseo del Bosque Trail

Albuquerque, NM, USA
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A ten-mile-long urban running and biking path - the longest and most scenic in Albuquerque.
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Paseo del Bosque Trail
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KEP12538 wrote a review Aug 2021
Hyde Park, New York295 contributions94 helpful votes
An easy “walk in the park” whether one chooses to walk or bike…it can be an easy stroll or an adventure. You decide. The view from the trail to the peak is unbelievable. Bring a fishing pole or a picnic as there are many spots to stop and take a break!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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TYPSUKR wrote a review Sep 2019
Arlington, Virginia668 contributions295 helpful votes
We went biking for an approximately 17 miles round trip on the trail. The trail itself is well-maintained, and it was easy to navigate at a pleasant pace. However, the scenery got very repetitive and monotonous, quite quickly at that. For instance, we were disappointed that the only time we really got to see the Rio Grande was right at the outset of our ride, despite the fact that the trail closely parallels the river. This made it mentally difficult to stay engaged while biking. There also isn't much shade to speak of, despite the relative abundance of trees near the trail and river, so plan accordingly if biking in the mid-day sun (yes, we know it's a desert)...
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bellaire56 wrote a review Apr 2019
Bellaire, Michigan777 contributions147 helpful votes
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My husband and I were visiting Albuquerque and near the end of the stay looking for a relatively relaxing walk, with a little scenery. We found just the thing in the Bosque. Enjoyed the Tingley beach area and seeing the Rio Grande. Many access points; good online map.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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homealone069 wrote a review Aug 2018
Bullhead City, Arizona23 contributions7 helpful votes
Family and friends can enjoy the views and other people's conversations on the Bosque trail.The trail also connects with bike trails to take you to work,traffic free.Also to varyiest restaurants,and shops.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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James W wrote a review Jun 2018
Franklin, Tennessee92 contributions70 helpful votes
We got on the trail at the Alameda Parking space. Ran about 5 miles. The trail is mostly flat. Bikers are all super helpful in announcing their presence as they pass. We were not able to see the Rio Grande from the trail. This might have been due to the lack of snow/rain causing the river to be low. Using the trail offers the opportunity to see wildlife. We saw two coyotes, several rabbits, hummingbirds, ducks. Highly recommend the trail for a safe place to exercise.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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