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The Best Snowshoeing in Red River

Looking for the best snowshoeing in Red River? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Red River. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top snowshoeing spots in and near Red River

  • Red River, New Mexico

    Goose Creek Trail #65

    11.7 mi / 3136 ft gain
    Goose Creek Trail #65 is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Red River, New Mexico.
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  • Red River, New Mexico

    Cross Country Ski or Snowshoe the Enchanted Forest Snowplay Area

    Just above the town of Red River up Bobcat Pass is the Enchanted Forest. As you approach the top of the pass you’ll see signs that point you toward the forest into what looks like a neighborhood. Trust the signs and make the turn. Follow the main road up through the neighborhood and take your sec...
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  • Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico

    Climb Mount Wheeler

    4.7
    6.2 mi / 3083 ft gain
    Mount Wheeler is the highest peak in New Mexico at 13,161 feet and is considered the 8th highest state peak. The hike begins just over 10,000 feet near the Bavarian Restaurant. Drive past the Taos Ski Resort and follow the signs for the restaurant until the road ends. The 6.2 mile trek begins a...
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  • Questa, New Mexico

    Camp at Rio Grande del Norte National Monument

    4.3
    2.4 mi / 800 ft gain
    Created in 2013 from partly existing public lands, The Rio Grande del Norte National Monument encompasses a large amount of land along the Rio Grande River from the Colorado border to south of Taos. Far from any major city, you'll likely enjoy trails to yourself in the morning and few other visit...
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  • Eagle Nest, New Mexico

    Lower Eagle Nest Lake Trail

    5.42 mi / 125 ft gain
    Lower Eagle Nest Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Angel Fire, New Mexico.
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  • U.S. Highway 64, New Mexico

    Hike Devisadero Peak

    5.8 mi / 1500 ft gain
    The Basics: 8,304 foot Devisadero Peak, which literally translates to "lookout," does not actually provide a great view from its treed summit. However, this lollipop loop hike has many vantage points over the Taos Valley as it snakes up and around this foothill mountain.  To get to the trailhead:...
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  • Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico

    Picuris Peak Trail #114

    7.45 mi / 1768 ft gain
    Picuris Peak Trail #114 is an out-and-back trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico.
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  • Vadito, New Mexico

    Comales Canyon Trail #22

    12.56 mi / 3684 ft gain
    Comales Canyon Trail #22 is a point-to-point trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Vadito, New Mexico.
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  • Vadito, New Mexico

    Cordova Trail #17

    7.74 mi / 2267 ft gain
    Cordova Trail #17 is an out-and-back trail that provides a good opportunity to view wildlife located near Vadito, New Mexico.
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  • La Veta, Colorado

    Camp at Bear Lake

    4.0
    There are two main campgrounds with enough room for RVs. A secret for dispersed campers, if the campgrounds are full, turn south on the dirt road by the lower campground and you can drop a tent anywhere. Caution as this turns into an extreme 4x4 trail within half a mile.From Walsenburg, take CO...
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