This Hidden Spot In New Mexico Is Unbelievably Beautiful And You’ll Want To Find It

Spring seems to be teasing us with brief moments of deliciously warm weather peeking out between cold temperatures, rain, and snow. However, this is the perfect time to start thinking about spring activities you want to partake in once the weather begins to officially warm up and wildflowers appear on the landscape.

If short hikes are something you enjoy doing on a spring day, then you’ll want to check out this easy hike in one of New Mexico’s most remote areas.

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Middle Fork Hot Spring is located near Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument. You can access the spring by hiking the Middle Fork Trail #157; the trailhead is located just behind the visitor center. You can find the location on this Google Maps link and find details about the trail on AllTrails.com.

Prefer your hot springs to be sitting just feet from your hotel room? You’ll want to check out Riverbend Hot Springs in Truth or Consequences, a three-hour drive from Gila Cliff National Monument. Read more in A Weekend At This Hot Springs Resort In New Mexico Is Perfect For A Last Minute Getaway.