New Mexico’s Capulin Volcano Is One Of The Best Hiking Summits For Viewing Multiple States

Some of New Mexico’s best-hidden secrets are hiding right under our noses. Did you know there is one fascinating spot in the Land of Enchantment where you can get a glimpse of multiple states during a hike? Get ready for a breathtaking sight when you hike the Crater Rim Trail at New Mexico’s Capulin Volcano National Monument.

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The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset and entrance fees are $20 per vehicle for up to seven days. For additional information about the park or trails, visit the National Park Service website or AllTrails.

Location: Google Maps
Phone: 575-278-2201
Website: National Park Service / Capulin Volcano
Trail information: AllTrails

Want to check out a few more fascinating trails? If you prefer trails where you’ll be hard-pressed to find another human, then read 5 Trails Where You Can Enjoy A Quiet, Remote Hike In New Mexico.

Address: Capulin Volcano National Monument, New Mexico 88418, USA