Hike the Windsor Trail

New Mexico Winsor Trail Head

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Surround yourself with evergreen pines and native wildlife on this gorgeous trek through Hyde Memorial State Park. 

Follow Hyde Park Rd all the way to its end. At the end of this road you can find space for parking and the Winsor Trailhead. The trail is 10.9 miles long with some switchbacks and mild elevation gain. Dog-friendly and open year round--though you'll likely want snowshoes in the winter. 

Photos: TRAILSOURCEWill Keightly

Pack List

  • Sturdy shoes
  • Water
  • Snack/lunch
  • Sun Protection
  • Camera
  • Snowshoes (winter)
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Activities:

Fitness, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Running, Snowshoeing

Skill Level:

Intermediate

Season:

Year Round

Trail Type:

Point-to-Point

Distance:

10.9 Miles

Elev. Gain:

160 Feet

Rating:

Features:

Dog Friendly
Forest
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

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It's WINSOR with no D

You'll never find this place if you are looking for Windsor. It is Winsor without the D.

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