Amazing place. Beautiful views, several trails to walk on, plus the bridge itself, which you can walk across and get a great view. Restroom facilities and picnic shelters.
About Rio Grande Gorge
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This is an absolute DO-NOT-MISS attraction. I RECOMMEND that you visit the Rio Grande Gorge DURING MID-DAY. I made three visits so I had all of the bases covered. My first visit was during the early evening and photographically I had to choose between brilliant...More
After horseback riding at Cieneguilla Stables, the owner and guide recommended this amazing drive (around the back way) that took us all through the bottom of the Gorge along the Rio Grande then up to the plateau for an phenomenal view. Well recommended!
There are many ways to view the awe of this gash in the earth's crust-600 feet below the rim. The easiest way to view is driving across it on US 64, There are observation areas on both ends, and in the middle of the bridge...More
I was all prepared to hike down from the bridge trail when I ran across a local who told me about the hot springs down another trail. Yes a genuine, non commercial, free, hot springs in the bottom of the Gorge. It was very easy...More
Incredible views and sheer vastness of the gorge and surrounding lands. The bridge will sway when 18 wheelers go by.
We visited the Rio Grande Gorge and walked across the bridge. The view is just breath taking. We took several photos. There was several people there. It's an amazing place to see. There is a place to sit and have a picnic and restrooms there...More
This is such a cool landmark and worth the drive out of town - its only a 10 minute drive but to Taosenos that's far :D. The bridge has viewing platforms you can step out onto, great picture spot! There are hiking trails around the...More
We stopped at the west side parking lot to take pictures. There is a fence around the area so it is relatively safe. There is also a short hike that takes you to an area south that is not fenced in for even better views...More