Sandia Park, New Mexico (NM) Trails & Maps

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  • Acequia Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 0.7 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Part of Santa Fe's urban trail system, The Acequia Trail travels east-to-west south of downtown. The trail stretches behind the New Mexico School for the Deaf, starting just off of St. Francis Drive. Ending at Shoofly St, improvements will eventually ...
  • Amole del Norte Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 1.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Amole del Norte Trail provides a convenient north-south route through southwestern Albuquerque neighborhoods.
  • Arroyo De Los Chamisos Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 3.6 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Arroyo De Los Chamisos Trail begins just outside of Villa Linda Park. This starting point is also nearby to plenty of stores, including the Santa Fe Place Mall, as well as a theatre, and dining chains. The trail travels right through residences ...
  • Arroyo Hondo Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 0.7 miles
    Surface: Dirt

  • Bear Canyon Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 2.3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Bear Canyon Trail is an east-west route through northern Albuquerque stretching from the Arroyo Del Oso Golf Course to Juan Tabo Boulevard. To either side, the trail offers neighborhood views; straight ahead, trail-goers will face the scenic ...
  • Dinosaur Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 1.8 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Dirt

  • District Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 1.4 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The District Trail serves as a straight path from Richards Ave just east of Institute of American Indian Arts, to the campus of Santa Fe Community College. Nearby residences are able to easily access the main route through the various spurs ...
  • Embudo Recreation Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 1.6 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Embudo Recreation Trail provides a short route to the beautiful Sandia Mountains through eastern Albuquerque neighborhoods from Morris Street to Tramway Boulevard.
  • Gibson Boulevard Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 2.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    The Gibson Boulevard Trail follows its namesake thoroughfare across southeastern Albuquerque, passing the city's airport and ending just past Morris Field. The trail offers a mix of urban views and open vistas.
  • I-40 Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 8.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    Paralleling its namesake thoroughfare, the I-40 Trail stretches across Albuquerque from Unser Boulevard to Tramway Boulevard. Although major gaps in the trail currently exist, it's an important east-west route through the city. Along the ...
  • Las Estrellas Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 0.6 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

  • Mariposa Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 1.3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Mariposa Trail begins on the doorstep of Petroglyph National Monument, an important natural resource and archeological site, and travels north through the Taylor Ranch neighborhood to Mariposa Basin Park.
  • McMahon Boulevard Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 3.9 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    The McMahon Boulevard Trail begins in the northwestern corner of Albuquerque, on the edge of the vast mesa that borders the city. It stretches nearly four miles through residential and commercial developments from Universe Boulevard to Cottonwood ...
  • North Diversion Channel Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 8.4 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete, Dirt

    The North Diversion Channel Trail is an important commuter route, traveling north from the University of New Mexico campus to Balloon Fiesta Park, an area used year-round for ballooning, sports, concerts and other recreational activities. The ...
  • Paseo de las Montanas Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    The Paseo de las Montanas Trail runs through Albuquerque's upscale Northeast Heights neighborhood toward the city's most dramatic physical feature: the Sandia Mountains. The route begins near Winrock Shopping Center, the city's first covered ...
  • Paseo del Bosque Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 16 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    While not a rails to trails project this has got to be one of the most wonderful urban trails in America. Originally set aside as part of open land initiative it is certainly one of the best features of living in Albuquerque. The ride goes along ...
  • Paseo del Nordeste Recreation Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 3.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    The Paseo del Nordeste Recreation Trail traverses the city's northeastern neighborhoods along the Hahn Arroyo. It begins at a junction with the North Diversion Channel Trail and travels east towards the mountains. Mid-trail, the path runs through ...
  • Paseo del Norte Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 8.7 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    Following its namesake thoroughfare along the northern edge of Albuquerque, the Paseo del Norte Trail traverses both rural and urban landscapes. It offers views of two important natural landmarks in the area, the Rio Grande, which it crosses ...
  • Rancho Viejo Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 6.4 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

  • River Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 4.7 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete, Dirt

  • Riverside Trail (NM)

    State: NM
    Length: 1.3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    At just over a mile, the Riverside Trail provides a short, easy route through northwestern Albuquerque with open vistas and neighborhood views. The trail begins at Mariposa Basin Park, a popular destination for families with its playgrounds, ...
  • Santa Fe Rail-Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 17 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Dirt

    The 17-mile Santa Fe Rail Trail follows the old Atchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway line, beginning in the Railyard park in town and continuing along the tracks to Highway 285 through El Dorado to Lamy, incorporating urban, suburban and rural ...
  • Spur Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Spur Trail runs through desert scrub south of Santa Fe, following a dusty route during the dry season. The trail is popular with hikers, mountain bikers and runners. Rattlesnakes do live in the area, so use caution. On the east end of the ...
  • Tierra Contenta Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 2.4 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Tierra Contenta Trail is a 2-mile trail far west of downtown Santa Fe. The trail starts north of Capital High School at Avenue Contenta, just to the west of the Santa Fe Recovery Center. Riders will have uninterrupted travel riding southwest ...
  • Tramway Recreation Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 8.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    The Tramway Recreation Trail follows Tramway Boulevard, a major north-south route on the eastern edge of Albuquerque. The path runs along the foothills that skirt the city, offering spectacular, up-close views of the Sandia Mountains and the ...
  • Unser Boulevard Trail

    State: NM
    Length: 8.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

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