ABQ has built an international reputation as one of the best locations on the globe for distance running. Its sunshine, altitude, spectacular scenery, and stellar cuisine (red-and-green please!) help to give Albuquerque its unique southwest personality.
Located at the base of the Sandia mountains, this set of soft surface trails provide far reaching New Mexico views. Many of these trails consist of rolling-hills with a touch of the wild. The Foothills are home to the rattlesnake, mule deer, black bear, cougar, rabbit, squirrel, lizard, coyote, and roadrunner.
Located along the Rio Grande river, the Paseo del Bosque trail and its neighbors span the historic Rio Grande river. Natural surface trails run along both sides of the river intermittently and a myriad of unmarked trails wind throughout the bosque. Large cottonwod trees and New Mexico olive create a cool, shady forest and provide habitat for beaver, coyote, birds, turtles, snakes, and porcupine.
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