San Miguel County New Mexico
Designated in 1933, this 223,333-acre wilderness (see photo) cradles the headwaters of the Pecos River, which carved out the Pecos River Valley to the S. Within 1.6 million-acre Santa Fe National Forest, it offers backpacking, hiking, fishing, tent camping, Nordic skiing.
Wilderness at S terminus of Rocky Mountain Range. Sangre de Cristo Mountains provided Indians, Spanish colonists and SFT-era residents/travelers misc. fishing/hunting opportunities.
- View the Google Map for this site (lat-long decimal degrees, NAD27) 35.76871 -105.69880
- Santa Fe National Forest
- 1474 Rodeo Road
- Santa Fe, NM 87505
- Phone: (505)438-7840
- Fax: (505)438-7834