La Tierra Trails

Total Length:     25+ Miles

Hiking/Running:      Yes

Bicycling:     Yes

Equestrian:     Yes, in parts

Motorized Vehicles:     Only at Buckman Track (SW Corner)

Dog Friendly?     Yes, with leash

Description

La Tierra Trails is a multi-use trail system in the northwest quadrant of the city of Santa Fe with 25 miles of trails for hikers, cyclists, and equestrians and a separate “Buckman Track” area for motorcycles and ATV’s.  It can be accessed from Santa Fe via Camino de los Montoyas or by using the Dog Park Connector Trail, developed with the City of Santa Fe by Santa Fe Conservation Trust and GUSTO partners.

Santa Fe Conservation Trust has helped maintain La Tierra Trails under contracts and voluntary agreements with the City of Santa Fe since 2014.  SFCT worked with Santa Fe Fat Tire Society, IMBA, and the City of Santa Fe to develop the Hustle and Flow Trail in 2014 and is currently working on an interpretive La Tierra Chili Line Trail on the historic Chili Line railbed near Buckman Track in La Tierra Trails.  The Trust is also a long-time supporter and beneficiary of the annual La Tierra Torture Race.

For the full map from the city of Santa Fe’s website, click here.