New Mexico is nicknamed the Land of Enchantment, and it really is pretty enchanting. It has mountains, deserts, hoodoos, the Rio Grande, forests, Native American historic sites and so much more. But don’t take my word for it. Just check out the looks on my dogs’ faces – they’ve hiked all over the state with me, and they give these 10 places two paws up.

Apache Kid Wilderness

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Daisy and Rosie at Apache Kid Wilderness in New Mexico.

Latir Peak Wilderness

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Rosie navigating cairns in the Latir Peak Wilderness.

Cruces Basin Wilderness

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Daisy hiking with her doggie pack in the Cruces Basin Wilderness.

San Pedro Parks Wilderness

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Daisy and Rosie at the San Pedro Parks Wilderness.

Ojito Wilderness

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Rosie in front of a hoodoo in Ojito.

City of Rocks State Park

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Donna at the City of Rocks State Park.

Chama River/Chama Wilderness

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Daisy cooling off in the Chama River after a hike in the Chama Wilderness.

Organ Mountains

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Daisy and Rosie at the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument near Las Cruces.

Cebolla Wilderness

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Daisy at an overlook in the Cebolla Wilderness.

White Sands National Monument

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Daisy and Rosie at White Sands National Monument.

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