This Quaint Little Trail Is The Shortest And Sweetest Hike In New Mexico

The weather is slowly warming up, and that means it’s time to get ready to enjoy the sunshine and warmer weather. If you’re looking for a short but sweet trail to spend a later winter or early spring afternoon on, then you’re going to love this one little trail here in New Mexico.

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Santa Fe Canyon Preserve Interpretive Trail is located near Santa Fe at the Santa Fe Canyon Preserve. You can find details about the preserve at the Nature Conservancy website and a map of the trail at this link. You can also find more trail details on the AllTrails website.

Looking for more short hikes with beautiful views? Read about some fantastic trails in 8 Amazing New Mexico Hikes Under 3 Miles You’ll Absolutely Love.