Have you been feeling like taking a new hike recently? Hiking in The Land of Enchantment, you’re prepared for rough terrain and little to no foliage cover. Most days, it’s just you, the sun, and the ground beneath your feet. It’s always important to bring enough water, tell someone where you’re going and when you expect to be back, and other important things. This magical hiking trail to a little-known hot springs in New Mexico will take a while to traverse, but it is beautiful enough to hike despite the struggle. Grab your bucket list, and mark this one down for a long hike idea in the future.

If you’d like to bookmark this trail for a future trip, you can find more information on the USDA Forest Service website.

Have you ever been to this amazing New Mexico hot springs location? If so, which part was your favorite? Did it feel as magical as we described? We’d love to read about your experience here n the comments section below!

For more great trails to traverse in New Mexico, check out these 12 incredible hikes that you simply must add to your trail bucket list!.

If you’re still in the mood for more outdoor adventures, take a look at this video about the Bisti Badlands & De-Na-Zin Wilderness:




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Adventures in New Mexico

Where can we find hiking trails in New Mexico?

  • The Cave Creek Trail in the Pecos Wilderness in Rociada featuresd isolated caves.
  • The Aspen Vista Trail in the Santa Fe National Forest is spectacular during the fall months.
  • The Crater Rim Trail at the Capulin Volcano National Monument has views of Colorado, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Texas.

Read on to learn more about the many amazing hiking trails in New Mexico.


Where can we find lakes in New Mexico?

  • Bill Evans Lake near Bayard is great for fishing and offers great mountain views.
  • Navajo Lake near Bloomfield extends for more than 25 miles.
  • Heron Lake near Tierra Amarilla is great for kayaking, fishing, and swimming, especially because no motorized boats are allowed.

Read on to learn more about the many wonderful lakes in New Mexico.


Where can we find historic sites in New Mexico?

  • The Lincoln Historic District in Lincoln encompasses 17 structures and outbuildings.
  • Santa Fe Plaza in downtown Santa Fe began as a walled fort in the city’s early days.
  • The Las Trampas Historic District and San José de Gracia Church in Chamisal is one of the most beautiful landmarks in the state.

Read on to learn more about the many historic sites in New Mexico.

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