Santa Fe offers many unique hiking options for both beginners and advanced hikers looking to spend a few days in the outdoors. The city has different types of terrain for hikers to choose from, including sandy and rocky to dense forests. Some hiking trails pass through areas where there are ancient rock formations and carvings into stone. It’s impossible for someone to experience Santa Fe without taking a walk through the natural wonders.
For visitors with pets, there are many great hiking trails that permit dogs and horses to accompany owners on their adventure. The Atalaya Mountain Trail is a six-mile trail through a forest. It’s accessible for all skill levels and offers gorgeous views of the towering trees. Dogs are permitted to tag along, so long as they are leashed. Horse lovers can bring their horses to the La Tierra Trail Network, more complex with multiple trails that total more than 25 miles. Dogs are also allowed but with so much area to cover, a horse is a great decision. Remember to pack food for yourself and also any pets that come along.
The Boca Negra Canyon Trail is home to the Petroglyph National Monument, featuring petroglyphs carved into volcanic rocks. Within an hour of walking, more than 100 petroglyphs can be viewed. For history buffs or those looking to add some culture to the hike, this is the ideal situation. The terrain is sandy and rocky so pack shoes that will be durable enough for the trip.
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