Pecos Wilderness

The Pecos Wilderness is one of the most heavily traveled Wilderness Areas in New Mexico. Covering 223,667 areas of the Santa Fe National Forest, northeast of Santa Fe, the Pecos Wilderness covers the headwaters of the Pecos River, which flows the length of the state.

Established in 1980, it is home to notable peaks including Santa Fe Baldy, Jicarita Peak and the Truchas Peaks.


Bluebell Trail – Trail #10

Serpent Lake Trail – #19

Middle Fork Trail – Trail #24

Pecos Trail – Trail #24

Beatty’s Trail – Trail #25

West Fork Trail – Trail #25

San Leonardo Lakes Trail – Trail #30

Trampas Lakes Trail – Trail #31

Hidden Lake Trail – Trail #31A

Divide Trail – Trail #36

Jicarita Creek Trail – Trail #38

Borrego Trail – Trail #150

Rio Medio – Trail #155

Rito Quemado Trail – Trail #157

Blue Bell Ridge Trail – Trail #212

Lone Pine Mesa Trail – Trail #214

Hollinger Trail – Trail #219

Hermits Peak Trail – Trail #223

Rio Valdez Trail – Trail #224

Rio Molina Trail – Trail #227

Gascon Trail – Trail #239

Lake Katherine Trail – Trail #242

Porvenir Divide Trail – Trail #247

Hamilton Mesa Trail – Trail #249

Mora Flats Trail – Trail #250

Skyline Trail – Trail #251

Winsor Trail – Trail #254

Jack’s Creek Trail – Trail #257

Larkspur Trail – Trail #260

Winsor Creek Trail – Trail #261

North Azul Trail – Trail #264

Johnson Lake Trail – Trail #267

Bob Grounds Trail – Trail #270

Winsor Ridge Trail – Trail #271

East Pecos Baldy Trail – Trail #275

Holy Ghost Trail – Trail #283

Cave Creek Trail – Trail #288

Joe Vigil Trail – Trail #351

Vigil Lake Trail – Trail #352

Pecos River Trail – Trail #456