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What to Do
Hiking

Whether you are a casual hiker seeking a leisurely walk amidst spectacular scenery or an experienced backcountry explorer, our trails and wilderness areas will impress you. The Four Corners region features a variety of terrains and landscapes to explore. Hikers can choose from developed trails amidst giant cottonwoods, like those found in Farmington along the Animas River, or opt for an area that offers an “off the beaten path” adventure like the Bisti Badlands / De-Na Zin Wilderness.

When exploring the Farmington area, you will encounter stunning landscapes, historical sites rich in culture, unique geologic formations and wildlife, so remember to bring a camera! Following are a few of the most popular areas for hiking. For additional information on these, and other hiking adventures, contact the Farmington Convention & Visitors Bureau, 800-448-1240.


More than 10,000 acres of rugged terrain surround the nearly 7,000-foot "Angel Peak" amidst the Kutz Canyon badlands. 

 
Roughly 60 square miles of remote badlands offer some of the most unusual scenery in New Mexico and a truly unforgettable area to hike and explore.

The Park offers four back country hikes varying in terrain and length and offering spectacular scenery and a look back in time. 
 
The wildlife, scenery and a Navajo Pueblito found amidst this 3,900 acres of diverse canyon landscape make this a great area for day hikes.