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All reviews trail system close to town picacho peak hyde park mountain biking trail head great hiking mile loop nice hike maintained trails cerro gordo well marked trails easy hike beautiful vistas nature preserve short drive from downtown bring water
These trails are extensive and interlocking -- yet for all that, clearly marked. Your hike can be as gentle or as strenuous as you want, from a casual walk up a broad, sandy wash, to hiking up either Atalaya Mountain.
Loved the Dale Ball Trails. Well marked and a real delight to take with the family. No skill needed but be ready to exert at altitude as it rises from 7000 feet to close to 9000 over the 3 mile hike up. Bring water and...More
What a boon to the people of Santa Fe to have this trail system in their own backyard. Very well marked trails suitable for mountain biking, horses or on foot. Beautiful scenery, lovely views and ample parking. Convenient to town. Pet friendly. Highly recommend.
Nice easy hike. We went with another couple at about late morning. Weather was pleasant for July. The trail was beautiful & great scenery. A few up-and-down Little Hills to go up -but good for the heart. We took our time and totally enjoyed.
There are great hiking trails here. I did my first mountain biking, because I could ride from the center of Santa Fe to the trail head. It was challenging for me, But I think it would be OK for a more experience rider.
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At the parking lot on the way to the ski area Santa Cruz did a demo day and had a couple big pick-ups and trailers in there. If it's empty I think probably. If there are a bunch of cars, it might be tight. You could try... More
At the parking lot on the way to the ski area Santa Cruz did a demo day and had a couple big pick-ups and trailers in there. If it's empty I think probably. If there are a bunch of cars, it might be tight. You could try giving the City a call. They may know. You could also eye-ball it on google maps.