Vamonos: Santa Fe Walks | Let's Take A Hike! | SF Conservation Trust

Vamonos: Santa Fe Walks | Let’s Take A Hike! | SF Conservation Trust

People walking on a trail

July 10 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

County Rail Trail at the Rabbit Road Trailhead

249-251 Rabbit Road
Santa Fe, NM 87508 United States
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Phone: (505) 989-7019
Explore Santa Fe’s trails! Get some fresh air! Meet your community! Vamonos: Santa Fe Walks happen May-October. There are five different (free) walks per month. In-town walks last about an hour and are ADA accessible. Saturday hikes on dirt trails take about two hours. On July 10, we’ll walk the County Rail Trail — meet up at the Rabbit Road Trailhead for an easy hike on this beautiful dirt trail.


Santa Fe Conservation Trust
(505) 989-7019
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