Hike To Petroglyphs, Then Reward Yourself With A Float Trip On The Rio Grande River In New Mexico

Have you ever been on a hike and float trip in New Mexico? If you are interested in such a fun day trip, you’re in luck as this article offers recommendations for both. The hike is in the Wild Rivers Recreation Area, in Questa, New Mexico, which has been set aside just for people like you to enjoy two national Wild and Scenic Rivers protected by U.S. Congress. The National Wild and Scenic Rivers System was created by Congress in 1968 to preserve and protect certain rivers with outstanding cultural natural, cultural, and recreational values in a free-flowing condition for folks to enjoy. The two rivers preserved here are the Red River and the Rio Grande River, and the float trip goes down the Rio Grande. Enjoy this hike and float trip in New Mexico’s most beautiful and inspiring places, and look out for the interesting, mystical evidence of those who came before.

What do you think? Are you ready for a fantastic hike and float trip in New Mexico? Have you been on a similar trip in New Mexico? If so, please let us know in the comments below. And if you are ever in Questa, here are some other activities for a picture-perfect weekend.

Address: Wild Rivers Visitors Center, 1120 NM-378, Questa, NM 87556, USA
Address: Big Arsenic Trail, Big Arsenic, Questa, NM 87556
Address: Big Arsenic Springs Campground, Questa, NM 87556, USA
Address: Big River Raft Trips, 13 Cam del Rio Grande Pilar New Mexico 87531, Ranchos De Taos, NM 87557, USA

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