OverviewTesuque Creek is a 4 mile loop trail located near Santa Fe, New Mexico and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from May until November. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksDaniel Timlen (326)2 months ago8 Completed9 ReviewsThis is a very simple trail, great to go with a group or alone with a four legged friend. best in Fall to Spring as there's not a lot of shade until several miles in. Nice stream to walk by.Mark Cotter (66)4 months ago1 Completed1 ReviewsI followed the directions to find this trail but I could not find it.Troy Souther (87)6 months ago2 Completed2 ReviewsWhat a beautiful, peaceful riparian trail. Not what we Californians expected to see in the southwest. Highly recommend this trail and not many hikers seem to find it.Patricia Warrick (56)6 months ago1 Completed1 ReviewsI won't ever use this trail again. The day I went, you would not believe the numbers of well-dressed people letting their well-fed dogs poop all over the place and not bothering to clean up after them. You could not go three steps without passing a pile of dog turds. The smell was horrendous and so were the clouds of flies. Absolutely gross.John Holt (106)8 months ago3 Completed1 ReviewsThis is a beautiful easy hike that your dog can join. It is 1 mile past Bishop Lodge on Bishop Lodge road. The directions on AllTrails was wrong when I entered this review.Johan Lannek (77)8 months ago2 Completed1 ReviewsWent up to Apache Ridge Rd. 265 as described in the directions but was not able to find the trail head. Anyone out there who can update the directions to get to this hike?Martha Ann Sloan (202)1 year ago2 Completed2 ReviewsBeautiful fairly easy hike. A big bull snake crossed our path July 30. First snake I've ever seen in a hikeCarl T. (197)3 years agoHiked this trail quite a few times! An amazing cool, green oasis... spiritual place, as is all of Santa Fe. Always past one or two other hikers, some with their dogs as well.