Best Places To Stay In New Mexico For Hiking
Best Hotels in New Mexico Pueblo Canyon Inn Los Alamos, New Mexico 6 rooms from $108 See more photos Add to shortlist Active Holiday - The local area is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts; there's great hiking trails, bike paths & ski runs Groups - The cabin is ideal for friends travelling together with two bedrooms, kitchen & laundry facilities New Mexico’s largest city, Albuquerque, dominates the central region of the state. Even though it is a metropolitan area, it’s still possible to find peaceful camping and hiking in the nearby Sandia and Manzano mountains. The Cibola National. Climb a ladder to peer into cavate cliff dwellings and explore the archeological sites by hiking the 1.2-mile Main Ruin Loop Trail. Or climb to the highest point in the park by following the moderately challenging 3.7-mile out-and-back Cerro Grande Trail.
aceshot1 / Shutterstock 7. Sandia Mountain Wilderness, Cibola National Forest Albuquerque Area