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Little Bonito Creek Trail No. 17

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Phone:
575-257-4095
Address
Lincoln National Forest
901 Mechem
Ruidoso, NM 88345
Basics
Length:
1.5 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
1 hour

Description

Little Bonito Creek Trail (T36) begins at its junction with Bonito Creek Trail 36, changes in elevation 525 feet and ends at its junction with Crest Trail 25. Both hikers and equestrians can follow this trail that climbs gradually through wooded area and mountain meadows to the crest, following the Little Bonito spring. Combined with the lower par of Bonito Creek Trail 36, this trail is the easiest access to the upper end of Doherty Ridge Trail 50. Elk and deer may be observed in the meadows on the upper end of the trail. This trail may be used as a connecting trail to Doherty Ridge Trail 50 or to Crest Trail 25. By using the Crest Trail as a linking trail, a one-day trip may be obtained by returning down Bonito Creek Trail 36, Aspen Canyon Trail 35, or Argentina Canyon Trail 39. There are a variety of camping sites available along these trails.

Length:
1.5 miles
Difficulty:
Difficult
Time:
1 hour

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