Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter outings are free and open to the public. Click HERE to see our calendar of all hikes and events.

We also operate a Meetup site, which is a great way to get hike notifications and reminders and otherwise connect with fellow hikers in the Santa Fe area.

We offer hikes at all levels of difficulty, and difficulty level is listed in each hike. All mileages are round-trip. Participants must sign a liability waiver the leader will provide (download form here). Bring water, lunch, sturdy hiking boots or shoes and clothing suitable for the weather.

Dogs permitted only if so noted in write-up. Leaders reserve the right to turn away anyone whose experience or equipment appears unsuitable. Unaccompanied minors need written permission from a parent or guardian (download form here).

Leaders may alter destination or cancel trip due to weather, unfavorable conditions, or insufficient number of participants.  Always contact leader before the outing to confirm participation and details.

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