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Explore the most popular trails near Tierra Amarilla with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you. Pretty good, short hike with the kids and dog. Heck, if nothing else, just the drive out to the trail is amazing and the monastery is definitely worth a visit. There is a small white sign saying the trail is closed at the trail head.
No shade, some of the worst views of the Chama area. Chama is one of the most beautiful places in the whole world and this trail does no justice. Not dog friendly due to lack of shade and no streams or places for them to get water. Hiked down from 87A trail head to fish Beaver Creek and Diablo, the best fishing for me. Although it's min down, it's at least an hour back up with waders and fishing boots, rods and fishing pack.
Plenty of water should be brought down there and food. Loved the difference of terrain. Only went from El Vado to Heron, but would love to do it again and do the out and back route. This is a beautiful little hike I took from the monastery. The highlight is once it starts following the creek bed. There were a couple of tricky parts getting past some pooled water and up some rocks. Not a great place to visit. Much better places in New Mexico to go. A sign at the trailhead says the trail is closed; I hiked it anyway as it is a 30 minute drive from the highway.
Nice and easy hike. Very fun little slot canyon. Would love to come back with harnness and ropes! Favorite place on earth!
Lots of wildlife, gorgeous views, solitary views, and lush streams! Show More Show Less. Jamie Conlan on Chavez Canyon Trail. Emily Horvath on Rio Chama Trail. Kathy Longinaker on Cruces Basin Trail.