Went for a short hike in the Pecos and was amazed by the views within the higher altitude areas. The Pecos Mountains definitely look out of place in regards to non-mountainous areas of the state. If you're an outdoor enthusiast this is a place to...更多
Was introduced to the Pecos a few weeks back when I hired a guide for fishing. Loved it so much, I returned two weeks later with the family. Beautiful! Sums it up. You can follow the river for miles and fish at numerous points, or...更多
My wife and I had the occasion of going up to New Mexico an Colorado for a much needed unplanned drive - relaxation vacation/break. On the way back to Texas we decided to visit a friend in Kerrville and took the less scenic route through...更多
We live in Santa Fe about 6 months out of the year and I frequently fish the Pecos. Since it is the closet trout fishing to Santa Fe, there is a fair amount of pressure on the river, but this is offset by very strong...更多
This place is excellent. Specifically, we drove down forest road 223 to the iron gate campground then hiked down to the Pecos river (about 3 miles). Very secluded area. We carried a fishing pole and my wife caught a rainbow trout. Good day.
I haven't been to the Pecos Wilderness for several years, but it still remains, in my mind, one of the best kept secrets. If you love the outdoors and beautiful views of mountains, streams and nightly sky, then this place is for you. There are...更多