Be sure to wear appropriate clothing and shoes for the route you choose.
Bring plenty of water, sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, rain gear, and a first aid kit.
Seasonal conditions vary for each trail area. The higher elevation Dale Ball and connecting trails can be icy in winter and early spring, and the lower elevation La Tierra and Arroyo Hondo Trails can be hot in the daytime during summer months.
If you’re visiting from a lower altitude, especially one with higher humidity, be careful not to do too much, too fast. Altitude sickness and dehydration can lead to serious difficulties, so rest often, drink plenty of water, and enjoy the views.
Stay on the trail Ride at your own risk Do not leave valuables in your vehicle