Camp Wilderness Ridge Trail - Carlsbad, NM - New Mexico - Camp Wilderness Ridge Trail
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Camp Wilderness Ridge Trail
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Camp Wilderness Ridge Trail is a 4.7 mile trail and is rated as "moderate". This is a spur trail off of 201 which runs for about 4 miles on Lincoln National Forest land. The trail then passes on to Guadalupe Mountains National Park land where is continues for an additional 5 miles as the Geology Trail. The walking is easy to the forest boundary, and then becomes more difficult. The trail overlooks North McKittrick Canyon in Texas.

Facilities: There are no facilities along Camp Wilderness Ridge Trail.

Best Time To Visit: Unknown

Fees: There are no fees to hike this trail.

Accessibility: Unknown

Rules: There are a variety of rules to consider when visiting a National Forest. Please contact the Forest Ranger for further information.

Directions: To get to Camp Wilderness Ridge Trail from Carlsbad, Go 12 miles north on US 285 form Carlsbad, turn left on NM 137 and proceed for 45 miles. Turn left on NM 137 and proceed for 45 miles. Turn left on Forest Road 540 (Mailbox Corners) and proceed for approximately 12 miles to where Guadalupe Ridge Trail 201 intersects. Turn right and follow Trail 201 for about 1 mile, then turn left on to Camp Wilderness Ridge Trail.

Map: Click here for a map to Camp Wilderness Ridge Trail

Reservations: Unknown

Lincoln National Forest-Guadalupe Ranger District
Federal Building, Room 159
Carlsbad, New Mexico 88220
General: (505) 885-4181
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