Now That The Temperatures Are Cooler, Trek These 7 Sun-Filled Hiking Trails In New Mexico

Now that the temperatures have dropped, embarking on a long hike on a sunny day no longer feels like you’re roasting. Set aside a few hours this week to explore some of those lovely trails that are normally unbearable in the middle of summer but also rarely coated in snow.

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On the lookout for another hiking trail that you can enjoy now that the temperatures are cooler? You can’t miss hiking the three-mile Dripping Springs Trail near Las Cruces that also features an abandoned resort. Read about the trail and the incredible views in Nature Is Reclaiming This One Abandoned New Mexico Spot And It’s Actually Amazing.

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