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Animas River Trail

9.4 mi
State: CO
Asphalt, Concrete, Gravel

Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail

1.6 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Cabezon Boulevard Trail

1.17 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Cabezon Linear Park Trail

1.8 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Chayote Trail

0.8 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail

2.9 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Enchanted Hills Path

1.6 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Intel Trail

1.03 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

King Boulevard Trail

1.7 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Mariposa Parkway Trail

1.6 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Mariposa Recreational Trail

1.2 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Thompson Fenceline Trail

2.18 mi
State: NM
Asphalt

Venada Arroyo Trail

1 mi
State: NM
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Animas River Trail runs for just over 9 miles along the scenic Animas River, occasionally following the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad corridor. During summer, about eight trains per...
CO 9.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete, Gravel
The Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail is actually a twin pair of paved asphalt trails that run on both sides of their namesake arroyo in an isolated subdivision in western Rio Rancho. The eastern path begins...
NM 1.6 mi Asphalt
A sidepath trail that runs for just over a mile along Cabezon Boulevard in the Cabezon neighborhood of Rio Rancho, the Cabezon Boulevard Trail provides an off-road means of traversing through the...
NM 1.17 mi Asphalt
The Cabezon Linear Park Trail is a paved pathway that spans both sides of an irrigation channel in the Cabezon subdivision of Rio Rancho. Forming a beautiful, recreational backbone running north and...
NM 1.8 mi Asphalt
An asphalt sidepath trail that runs along the east side of Chayote Road, the Chayote Trail helps to link the Enchanted Hills Path and the Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail, forming a looping trail...
NM 0.8 mi Asphalt
The Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail, as its name suggests, hugs the northeast side of Enchanted Hills Boulevard for about three miles in the northern reaches of Rio Rancho, a sprawling and growing...
NM 2.9 mi Asphalt
Far on the northern edge of Rio Rancho, just before the suburban sprawl fizzles out into the desert foothills to the north, the Enchanted Hills Path provides a short but sweet paved asphalt trail to...
NM 1.6 mi Asphalt
Situated on the edge of the gargantuan Intel corporate campus in the Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho, the Intel Trail provides a nice little eight-foot wide pathway through the open space between the...
NM 1.03 mi Asphalt
A wide asphalt sidepath that runs the length of King Boulevard from Wilpert Road in the east to King Meadows Park in the west, the King Boulevard Trail forms a solid connective backbone for the trail...
NM 1.7 mi Asphalt
Located in the Mariposa subdivision in a currently isolated section of northwestern Rio Rancho, the Mariposa Parkway Trail is part of the foundation for planned future development, providing a nice...
NM 1.6 mi Asphalt
The Mariposa Recreational Trail provides over a mile of paved asphalt trail that runs through the rolling hills in the rapidly-developing Mariposa subdivision, located in the far northwestern reaches...
NM 1.2 mi Asphalt
The Thompson Fenceline Trail runs through a power line utility corridor along the border of the Albuquerque suburbs of Rio Rancho and Corrales, traveling along the outskirts of dense suburban...
NM 2.18 mi Asphalt
The Venada Arroyo Trail runs northwest from an industrial and commercial area in the far northern reaches of the sprawling Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho, utilizing the corridor created by the...
NM 1 mi Asphalt

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Thompson Fenceline Trail

NM - 2.18 miles

The Thompson Fenceline Trail runs through a power line utility corridor along the border of the Albuquerque suburbs of Rio Rancho and Corrales, traveling along the outskirts of dense suburban...

Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail

NM - 2.9 miles

The Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail, as its name suggests, hugs the northeast side of Enchanted Hills Boulevard for about three miles in the northern reaches of Rio Rancho, a sprawling and growing...

Mariposa Recreational Trail

NM - 1.2 miles

The Mariposa Recreational Trail provides over a mile of paved asphalt trail that runs through the rolling hills in the rapidly-developing Mariposa subdivision, located in the far northwestern reaches...

Intel Trail

NM - 1.03 miles

Situated on the edge of the gargantuan Intel corporate campus in the Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho, the Intel Trail provides a nice little eight-foot wide pathway through the open space between the...

Accordion

Chayote Trail

NM - 0.8 miles

An asphalt sidepath trail that runs along the east side of Chayote Road, the Chayote Trail helps to link the Enchanted Hills Path and the Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail, forming a looping trail...

Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail

NM - 1.6 miles

The Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail is actually a twin pair of paved asphalt trails that run on both sides of their namesake arroyo in an isolated subdivision in western Rio Rancho. The eastern path begins...

King Boulevard Trail

NM - 1.7 miles

A wide asphalt sidepath that runs the length of King Boulevard from Wilpert Road in the east to King Meadows Park in the west, the King Boulevard Trail forms a solid connective backbone for the trail...

Enchanted Hills Path

NM - 1.6 miles

Far on the northern edge of Rio Rancho, just before the suburban sprawl fizzles out into the desert foothills to the north, the Enchanted Hills Path provides a short but sweet paved asphalt trail to...

Mariposa Parkway Trail

NM - 1.6 miles

Located in the Mariposa subdivision in a currently isolated section of northwestern Rio Rancho, the Mariposa Parkway Trail is part of the foundation for planned future development, providing a nice...

Venada Arroyo Trail

NM - 1 miles

The Venada Arroyo Trail runs northwest from an industrial and commercial area in the far northern reaches of the sprawling Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho, utilizing the corridor created by the...

Cabezon Boulevard Trail

NM - 1.17 miles

A sidepath trail that runs for just over a mile along Cabezon Boulevard in the Cabezon neighborhood of Rio Rancho, the Cabezon Boulevard Trail provides an off-road means of traversing through the...

Cabezon Linear Park Trail

NM - 1.8 miles

The Cabezon Linear Park Trail is a paved pathway that spans both sides of an irrigation channel in the Cabezon subdivision of Rio Rancho. Forming a beautiful, recreational backbone running north and...

Animas River Trail

CO - 9.4 miles

The Animas River Trail runs for just over 9 miles along the scenic Animas River, occasionally following the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad corridor. During summer, about eight trains per...

Thompson Fenceline Trail

NM - 2.18 miles

The Thompson Fenceline Trail runs through a power line utility corridor along the border of the Albuquerque suburbs of Rio Rancho and Corrales, traveling along the outskirts of dense suburban...

Mariposa Recreational Trail

NM - 1.2 miles

The Mariposa Recreational Trail provides over a mile of paved asphalt trail that runs through the rolling hills in the rapidly-developing Mariposa subdivision, located in the far northwestern reaches...

Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail

NM - 1.6 miles

The Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail is actually a twin pair of paved asphalt trails that run on both sides of their namesake arroyo in an isolated subdivision in western Rio Rancho. The eastern path begins...

Mariposa Parkway Trail

NM - 1.6 miles

Located in the Mariposa subdivision in a currently isolated section of northwestern Rio Rancho, the Mariposa Parkway Trail is part of the foundation for planned future development, providing a nice...

Accordion

Enchanted Hills Path

NM - 1.6 miles

Far on the northern edge of Rio Rancho, just before the suburban sprawl fizzles out into the desert foothills to the north, the Enchanted Hills Path provides a short but sweet paved asphalt trail to...

Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail

NM - 2.9 miles

The Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail, as its name suggests, hugs the northeast side of Enchanted Hills Boulevard for about three miles in the northern reaches of Rio Rancho, a sprawling and growing...

Animas River Trail

CO - 9.4 miles

The Animas River Trail runs for just over 9 miles along the scenic Animas River, occasionally following the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad corridor. During summer, about eight trains per...

King Boulevard Trail

NM - 1.7 miles

A wide asphalt sidepath that runs the length of King Boulevard from Wilpert Road in the east to King Meadows Park in the west, the King Boulevard Trail forms a solid connective backbone for the trail...

Cabezon Boulevard Trail

NM - 1.17 miles

A sidepath trail that runs for just over a mile along Cabezon Boulevard in the Cabezon neighborhood of Rio Rancho, the Cabezon Boulevard Trail provides an off-road means of traversing through the...

Chayote Trail

NM - 0.8 miles

An asphalt sidepath trail that runs along the east side of Chayote Road, the Chayote Trail helps to link the Enchanted Hills Path and the Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail, forming a looping trail...

Intel Trail

NM - 1.03 miles

Situated on the edge of the gargantuan Intel corporate campus in the Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho, the Intel Trail provides a nice little eight-foot wide pathway through the open space between the...

Venada Arroyo Trail

NM - 1 miles

The Venada Arroyo Trail runs northwest from an industrial and commercial area in the far northern reaches of the sprawling Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho, utilizing the corridor created by the...

Cabezon Linear Park Trail

NM - 1.8 miles

The Cabezon Linear Park Trail is a paved pathway that spans both sides of an irrigation channel in the Cabezon subdivision of Rio Rancho. Forming a beautiful, recreational backbone running north and...

King Boulevard Trail

NM - 1.7 miles

A wide asphalt sidepath that runs the length of King Boulevard from Wilpert Road in the east to King Meadows Park in the west, the King Boulevard Trail forms a solid connective backbone for the trail...

Enchanted Hills Path

NM - 1.6 miles

Far on the northern edge of Rio Rancho, just before the suburban sprawl fizzles out into the desert foothills to the north, the Enchanted Hills Path provides a short but sweet paved asphalt trail to...

Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail

NM - 1.6 miles

The Arroyo Ponce de Leon Trail is actually a twin pair of paved asphalt trails that run on both sides of their namesake arroyo in an isolated subdivision in western Rio Rancho. The eastern path begins...

Intel Trail

NM - 1.03 miles

Situated on the edge of the gargantuan Intel corporate campus in the Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho, the Intel Trail provides a nice little eight-foot wide pathway through the open space between the...

Accordion

Venada Arroyo Trail

NM - 1 miles

The Venada Arroyo Trail runs northwest from an industrial and commercial area in the far northern reaches of the sprawling Albuquerque suburb of Rio Rancho, utilizing the corridor created by the...

Mariposa Parkway Trail

NM - 1.6 miles

Located in the Mariposa subdivision in a currently isolated section of northwestern Rio Rancho, the Mariposa Parkway Trail is part of the foundation for planned future development, providing a nice...

Animas River Trail

CO - 9.4 miles

The Animas River Trail runs for just over 9 miles along the scenic Animas River, occasionally following the Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad corridor. During summer, about eight trains per...

Thompson Fenceline Trail

NM - 2.18 miles

The Thompson Fenceline Trail runs through a power line utility corridor along the border of the Albuquerque suburbs of Rio Rancho and Corrales, traveling along the outskirts of dense suburban...

Cabezon Boulevard Trail

NM - 1.17 miles

A sidepath trail that runs for just over a mile along Cabezon Boulevard in the Cabezon neighborhood of Rio Rancho, the Cabezon Boulevard Trail provides an off-road means of traversing through the...

Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail

NM - 2.9 miles

The Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail, as its name suggests, hugs the northeast side of Enchanted Hills Boulevard for about three miles in the northern reaches of Rio Rancho, a sprawling and growing...

Chayote Trail

NM - 0.8 miles

An asphalt sidepath trail that runs along the east side of Chayote Road, the Chayote Trail helps to link the Enchanted Hills Path and the Enchanted Hills Boulevard Trail, forming a looping trail...

Mariposa Recreational Trail

NM - 1.2 miles

The Mariposa Recreational Trail provides over a mile of paved asphalt trail that runs through the rolling hills in the rapidly-developing Mariposa subdivision, located in the far northwestern reaches...

Cabezon Linear Park Trail

NM - 1.8 miles

The Cabezon Linear Park Trail is a paved pathway that spans both sides of an irrigation channel in the Cabezon subdivision of Rio Rancho. Forming a beautiful, recreational backbone running north and...

Recent Trail Reviews

Animas River Trail

Animas River Trail June 2018

June, 2018 by cjsrv

My husband and I rode this trail from the north end (parking along the street behind City Market), but there is a parking lot further north on River Bend Rd. This trail is about 75% concrete and 25% asphalt in need of some repairs. But over all it was a great trail along the Animas River through parks and neighborhoods. Easy to moderate. Watch for people coming into trail on foot. Many places to stop along the trail to sit by river or have a beverage.

Animas River Trail

beautiful

July, 2017 by beishbaumer

Started at the south end, parking lot across the river behind Home Depot. It had rained/misty conditions, and did not encounter many people. To label this RailsTrails might be misleading where I started; you expect that at most you encounter a slow grade increase or decrease with R to T, but the first 3 miles included several hills to travel up or down the river bank. Then the trail levels out though I turned around about 7 miles. STILL quite scenic, concrete sections very smooth, and asphalt sectins a bit bumpy.

Animas River Trail

Nice Trail

September, 2015 by adsaxs

The Animas River Trail, as its name implies, is a paved trail that runs along the Animas River for about 7 miles (one way).

We started the trail at the La Plata Fairgrounds and headed north into town. The trail through town is narrow and is busy with cyclists, walkers, joggers, and people pushing baby carriages. You need to pay attention on this section of the trail because it also has a number of large cracks and tree roots on the path. If you are a history buff, there are a number of interpretive signs along the trail. There are also a number of restaurants and cafés along this section of the trail. The trail also passes through several parks.

The trail passes through Santa Rita Park which has a visitor center and nice areas for picnicking. The trail continues on for about 3.5 miles from the park and this section of the trail is the best. The trail looks newer. It is wider and has more ups and downs than the northern section. The trail ends abruptly at a scenic overlook. Overall, it was an enjoyable ride.

Accordion

Animas River Trail

Great ride

August, 2015 by rwustrack

Rode this trail 3 days straight in late July. The north end which is bordered by the Animas River and downtown businesses can be a little congested but is still very scenic and enjoyable.
Head south east out of town and you can get up a head of steam and enjoy some short climbs while still following the river.
This trail cost the Colorado Tax Payers a few bucks with dedicated bridges and mostly concrete pathway. It is first class all the way and I wish there were more trails done with the attention to safety and detail this one has gotten.

Animas River Trail

September, 2012 by ltbike

Rode the trail end of July, 2012. We parked at the Visitor Center and rode out both ways and back. Loved it. Very scenic along the river and easy to follow. Plenty of interesting stops. Surface is good. A few large cracks to watch for. We were riding hybrids. Beware of not-so-smart people with babies sitting in lawn chairs under shaded bridges on the trail along the river in town. This trail is highly used.

Animas River Trail

parts were closed. there's work-arounds

February, 2012 by bogglersto

this is a peaceful river ride. some parts of the trail were closed, but it was not a problem. If you look at the maps on the side of the trail, you can usually see where you need to go to get past the area being worked on. I saw two 'speedo torpedo's' all angry and complaining like petulant little kids about the trail being closed.

Animas River Trail

Lots of Activity on Animas River Trail

June, 2010 by noeljkelller

Many short steep grades. Except for the root heaves and cracks, mainly south of US 160 bridge, this would be a 5 star Trail. Excellent Scenery, Historical Signs and Facilities. Watch the River Trippers on Rafts, Kayaks, & Tubes as you ride along side, or from the bridges.
Noel Keller 26 Jun 2010

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