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Hiking round Santa Fe - user review
Hiking trails for walks, birdwatching or backpacking crisscross the nearby Santa Fe and Carson National Forests offering hikes that start and stop right outside of the city or major treks into the Pecos Wilderness. Closest to town is popular Atalaya Mountain with two trailheads ??one at Ponderosa Ri...
Pecos Wilderness, Santa Fe | MyTravelGuide.com
This wilderness area was designated in 1933 and has remained pristine, scenic and enchanting. Truchas Peak, the second highest mountain peak in New Mexico, is located in Pecos Wilderness and is a challenging climb. Along the Pecos River, near the headwaters, you will find a 100-foot waterfall. You m...
Pecos Wilderness, Santa Fe, NM : Reviews of Pecos Wilderness - Yahoo! Travel
This wilderness area was designated in 1933 and has remained pristine, scenic and enchanting. Truchas Peak, the second highest mountain peak in New Mexico, is lo...
Backpacking and hiking in the Pecos Wilderness- Sangre de Cristo Mountain Works
The Pecos Wilderness is a vast and wonderful recreation area providing for excellent day hikes as well as much longer sojourns into the wilderness via boot and pack. The Pecos wilderness is 223,333 acres and gained its wilderness designation in 1933The Pecos wilderness is a world able to paint a tho...
Wilderness.net- Pecos Wilderness
There are restrictions pertaining to camping on most of the lakeshores in order to protect wilderness values. At least 15 of the lakes offer first-rate fishing, as do 150-plus miles of sparkling streams, where rainbow trout, brown trout, and the NM state fish, the Rio Grande cutthroat trout can all ...
GORP - Pecos Wilderness
The Pecos Wilderness, designated in 1933 and containing 223,333 acres lies at the southern end of the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains, at the headwaters of the Pecos River. From its origin, the Pecos flows 13.5 miles and is designated wild in the Wild and Scenic Rivers System. It includes some o...
The Pecos Wilderness of New Mexico
This magnificent 223,667 acre wilderness is in the Sangre de Cristo (Blood of Christ) Mountains of the Santa Fe National Forest and the Carson National Forest. The 20 mile long valley encompasses the Pecos River valley and is the southernmost end of the 1000 mile long Rocky Mountain system. Elevatio...