1. Mursalin Mohammed

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    Beautiful place to visit. Many lovely places to camp. I wanted to summit Mount Wheeler (highest point in NM) so stayed closer to the trail; several campgrounds to choose from on 150 upto Taos Ski Valley. Showers available @ a private campground for $5 Address: River Ranch ,1501 West Main, Red River, NM 87558 .Hike upto the Summit was breathtaking…route is simple:Go to the Bavarian Restaurant (was not impressed by the food at all) head to the trailhead for Williams lake close to the ski lifts>>youll hit trail no: 67 i.e. Wheeler Peak Summit Trail, but dont forget to enjoy the Williams lake just a little ahead>>eventually yes ‘EVENTUALLY’ youll hit trail # 90 by this time the peak is really obvious, toward the Right. Just a friendly reminder Im a Texan so elevation was a huge suprise even though was in the campground the previous afternoon, so taking it slow was the key, also take a light jacket preferably waterproof cause it gets really cold up there and late afternoon thundershowers occur almost everyday.Also other places near by worth chekcing out are the World heritage site ‘Taos Pueblo’, the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge and the hot spring resort ‘Ojo Caliente’.Humble request to all fellow hikers/backpackers pick up trash as you see it and dump it at the end of the trails/any trash cans please. Everything counts 🙂

  2. A Google User

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    Hiking and camping near Capulin Canyon is great!

  3. Maria Andrade

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  4. Israel Galan

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