Upper Mountain Trails

Winsor Trail – Likely the most famous trail in the Santa Fe area, the Winsor trails begin in the village of Tesuque and extends deep into the Pecos Wilderness. Starting in Tesuque, the trail crosses Tesuque creek multiple times before moving into more loamy, fast flowing terrain. Finally, the trail rises quickly, getting chunky and rocky before finally reaching the parking lot at Nordic Ski. Fast, beautiful, and remote. The Winsor does not disappoint.

Some choose to shuttle this route by leaving a car at the Tesuque Village Market or the Winsor trailhead and entering via Nordic Ski. Please beware of high car prowl near the Winsor trailhead as well as at the market. Likewise, this is not a downhill trail. Please be respectful of horseback riders and fellow hikers.

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Winsor Trail on Trailforks.com

Chamisa on Trailforks.com



Chamisa, Bear Wallow, Borrego Trail Loop – Beginning at the Chamisa Trailhead, this lollipop loop is a great 2-3 hour ride in the high country, meandering through mountain canyons, creeks, aspen stands, and beautiful forest.

Climbing Chamisa canyon is challenging, but beyond the initial ups is a rewarding descent to the Winsor Trail, then a short climb and loop around the Bear Wallow and Borrego trails. Both intersections of Bear Wallow and Borrego trail intersections with the Winsor are marked with signs.

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Bear Wallow on Trailforks.com



Borrego on Trailforks.com



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Aspen Vista – Most popular towards the end of September and early October during the annual aspen change, the Aspen Vista trail climbs over a large bowl filled with aspen stands and views towards the south and west. Although not technical, the trail offers access to the towers above the ski area, effectively being the highest point to climb on a bike in the area. It’s popular to connect this with a run down the ski basin and onto Winsor trail.

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