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Paseo del Bosque Trail
Thursday, September 24th, 2020 at 5:20 pm

This semester may be an unusual one, but living the Lobo Life doesn’t stop just because classes are online and group activities are limited. Just 10 minutes from campus, you can safely and conveniently visit the Paseo del Bosque Trail—all while complying with State and University COVID-19 guidelines. As one of Albuquerque’s premiere multi-use nature trails, you’ll find over 16 miles of walking, running and biking paths that run parallel to the Rio Grande and pass through stunning nature reserves. It’s no wonder this is a favorite activity for locals and visitors alike. People who meander along the trail often encounter eagles, great blue herons, porcupines, turtles and a multitude of other wildlife species. Three miles from UNM, Tingley Beach is a great place to access the trails and also offers duck, fishing and recreational ponds. Get away from the hustle and bustle by visiting this uniquely New Mexican oasis in the heart of Albuquerque!