Work Day – January 1/18/20

When: Saturday, January 18, 9:00 am- noon.

What We Will Be Doing: We will be installing the Forest Service Sign marking the new Bridal Veil Falls Trail as well as doing some general trail maintenance. Following the completion of the work, Gary Truex will be leading a hike down the new trail for anyone that would like to go.

What to Bring: Water, gloves and sunscreen.

Where to Meet: Meet at the Harris Hollow Trailhead (New Bridal Veil Falls Shortcut Trail).

Happy Holidays

The NMRTA Board wishes all the best to you and yours this holiday season!

We will not have a work day in December, but look forward to seeing you back on the trails for our work day January 18! (more information to follow in January)

Also please consider making your holiday Amazon purchases at  They’ll donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchase to the participating charitable organization of your choice, including New Mexico Rails to Trails Association!

Work Day – October 10/19/19

When: Saturday, October 19, 9:00 am- noon

What We Will Be Doing: We will be clearing the beginning portion of T-5001A at the Village Spur Parking Area, creating a path from T-5001A to the newest sign that we installed last month, and clearing the bottom portion of T-5001A where it intersects with T-5001.

What to Bring: Water, gloves and sunscreen.

Where to Meet: Meet at the Village Spur Trailhead parking lot, at the corner of Hwy 82 and Hwy 130

Work Day – August 8/10/19

When: Saturday, August 10, from 8:45 am – noon

What: Instead of our traditional workday, we will be hiking the two newly completed trails (T129 Harris Hollow and T131 Calico Peak)!  Gary Truex will be leading the hike down the Calico Peak Trail joining the Bridal Veil Falls Trail at the Pinto sign. We will then proceed down the Bridal Veil Falls Trail, just past the Falls, and will hike the Harris Hollow Trail (T129) back to the parking area. This should take approximately 2-2 1/2 hours.

What to Bring: Water, sunscreen, and snacks.

Where: Meet at the new Harris Hollow (T129) Trailhead located on Fresnal Canyon Road.  We will shuttle everyone to the upper Calico Peak (T131) Trailhead and hike back to our vehicles.