ATTENTION: REGISTRATION DEADLINE - MARCH 1, 2023
New Mexico is home to some of the most unique and breathtaking natural landscapes in the country. From the vast white dunes of White Sands National Monument, to the underground wonder of Carlsbad Caverns National Park, and the towering rock spires of Chiricahua National Monument, there is something for everyone to explore and discover!
Whether you're a nature lover, or a hiking enthusiast, these parks offer an unforgettable experience, reconnect with nature, and create lasting memories!
Join our team and bring back amazing collection of Team photo-memories of the most emotional moments of the trip captured by talented photographer and team leader Alex Mironyuk 📸 🏔 🤩
✈️ Arrival El Paso , Departure:: Tucson
🍭 Kids: 12+ OK with previous hiking experience
🏩 Lodging: Standard hotels, comfortable and clean
🤗 Group size: max 10 travelers
🥾 Level of difficulty: Intermediate (for individuals able to walk up to 10 mi/full day
Participant can cancel their trip anytime prior departure with the following penalties:
- Cancellation 45+ days before departure - fully refundable
- Cancellation 45 to 31 days before departure - registration deposit is non-refundable
- Cancellation 30 to 0 calendar days before departure – full trip cost is non refundable
Trip cancellation insurance is advisable; it protects all registration deposits and payments for both air and land cost.
- Suitcase for your MAIN luggage - PLEASE NO BULKY LUGGAGE ITEMS, PACK COMPACT as we don’t have much room in the van trunk. Carry-on size is preferred.
- A day-pack for daily activities and hiking (it should fit the following: your water reservoir, an extra layer, your personal hiking snack, sunblock, and your personal first aid kit)
- Head lamp
- Trekking poles
- Water bottle or camelback reservoir (1.5 to 2L)
- Small bags for your personal trash/leftovers for hiking days
- Sunblock (UV 50+)
- Lip balm (UV protection)
- Eye drops (good to have when traveling to the desert)
- Your personal first aid kit (your personal medicines you can’t do without)
- Ear plugs, if you are a sensitive sleeper
- Gaiters (protection for your boots and pants from mud, wet and dust) - recommended
- Good sturdy high-ankled hiking boots, well-worn before the trip (!) Please no brand new boots, try them a few times on hiking trails before the trip to avoid painful blisters while on travel
- Comfortable tennis shoes (it's good to have a change of shoes for off-trail activities)
- Hiking pants (long pants, no shorts please)
- Light long-sleeved loose shirt for hiking (protection from sun, insects)
- A change of long/short-sleeved t-shirts as a base layer for hiking (preferably a quick-dry fabric, not cotton)
- A change of long -ankled hiking socks (not cotton. merino wool is the best)
- Fleece jacket or hoodie
- A windbreaker jacket
Our group is meeting at the El Paso Airport at 1:30 PM and start driving toward Guadalupe Mountains. A stop on the way for sunset hike.
Overnight in hotel