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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Eagle Nest
The traffic on Hwy 64 was very light but once in the park I was amazed at all the people enjoying the many activities available-camping, picnicking, hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, and even trails for mountain...
He greeted us at our campsite once we arrived, provided suggestions for hiking trails (Clear Creek Canyon Trail was our favorite) and maps to the surrounding area!
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Eagle Nest
Eagle Nest is a beautiful lake, the wild flowers were blooming which made the scenery even prettier.
We usually see elk in the late afternoon and prairie dogs throughout the day - lots of birds.
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#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Eagle Nest
Great hiking and fishing.
Eagle Nest Lake New Mexico 1.2 mi away
#198 of 359 Nature & Parks in New Mexico
Had a guide Jeremy and his dog Bodie from Turgoise Trout take us fishing for rainbow trout
Mountains, hiking, fishing, and boating describe the activities in this area.
Wheeler Peak Red River 8.4 mi away
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Red River
I measured about 9.5 miles round trip from trail head at Williams Lake parking area, including a short detour to Mt. Walter which shares saddle to Wheeler and as second highest (13141) should easily be honored wit...
Then we traveled into the Taos Ski Valley on Tuesday and camped at an elevation around 10,000 ft.
Williams Lake Taos 10.6 mi away
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Taos
Beautiful hiking along the Rio Hondo through beautiful pine and aspen forest to lovely alpine lake set below the towering Wheeler peak, the highest summit in New Mexico.
A little difficult to find the trailhead, but a wonderful walk -- July/August has an explosion of great wildflowers and "wild" mushrooms.
Taos Ski Valley Resort Taos Ski Valley 10.6 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Taos Ski Valley
If you love the terrain that Arapahoe Basin offers, then you will love Taos! Taos is a bit more challenging for the First time beginners ( The Ski School and Instructors will get you ready!).
The most friendly, helpful, and accessible folks at any ski area I've been to: shuttle drivers, direction/welcomers, locker guy (Tomas!), lift ticket scanners and operators, instructors, etc. Ski patrol is the rea...
Middlefork Lake Red River 8.8 mi away
#6 of 10 Nature & Parks in Red River
It's a bicycle trail, walking, horseback trail, and dog friendly trail.
Breathtaking view, moderate hike up, great picnic at the lake