This wilderness area was designated in 1933 and has remained pristine, scenic and enchanting. Truchas Peak, the second ... More
This wilderness area was designated in 1933 and has remained pristine, scenic and enchanting. Truchas Peak, the second highest mountain peak in New Mexico, is located in Pecos Wilderness and is a challenging climb. Along the Pecos River, near the headwaters, you will find a 100-foot waterfall. You must be prepared to do some hiking, as most of the wilderness area is inaccessible by motor vehicles. The National Park office in Santa Fe gladly provides maps and information about the area.
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The name of this stop along the Camino Real means, "the ranch of the swallows," and the birds still migrate
here each year. Built in the late 1600s and early 1700s, this collection of buildings represents life as it ...
If you enjoy the outdoors, you will love this national forest that spans more than 1.5 million acres of mountains
and rangeland. Hike in the Pecos Wilderness area, snow ski at Ski Santa Fe or fly fish in one ...