Santa Fe
National Forest

The Santa Fe National Forest is a protected national forest in northern New Mexico in the Southwestern United States. It was established in 1915 and covers 1,558,452 acres (6,306.83 km2). Elevations range from 5,300 feet (1600 m) to 13,103 feet (4000 m) at the summit of Truchas Peak, located within the Pecos Wilderness. The Jemez, Coyote, and Cuba districts are located in the Jemez Mountains; the …
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Historic Trade Routes Connecting the Southwest
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A popular late-Spring to late-Fall hiking or biking route along the easiest road…
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The Jemez Mountains, west of Santa Fe in New Mexico: large area of mostly undist…
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This north-south round-trip route features a climb to the summit of Guaje Mounta…
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This hike uses many fun trails and has a very fun and exciting adventure aspect.…
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This hike brings you over the cool traverse to Lake Peak and zips you down miles…
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This route follows the popular Winsor National Recreation Trail to Puerto Nambe …
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At 4.3 miles roundtrip, the trek up to the McCauley Hot Springs offers epic view…
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This is a long, predominantly downhill point-to-point hike from the Pajarito Mou…
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This is a popular local trail that has three trailheads at convenient locations …
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