We invite you to come out and hike with us. Enjoy the natural beauty of the mountains and deserts of New Mexico with our volunteer hike leaders and van drivers to show you the way. We do day hikes four to six times a week, in the company of friendly fellow-hikers who are ready to share their enthusiasm and knowledge of the area. Everyone is welcome to use this website as a resource to learn about hikes and our program.
We always need hike leaders and van drivers, both regulars and
occasional substitutes. There are many other ways for you to participate
— publicity for our group, planning a picnic or event, computer and website
assistance. As you hike with us, please get to know your hike leaders,
drivers, and other active members of our groups. All these people will be
happy to steer you in the right direction for volunteering, and will arrange to
mentor you for leadership roles.
Want To Join?
Joining this ASCHG website allows you to log in.  You may
sign up for hike notices, view hike reports, post photos, learn about flowers,
and more. There is no fee for joining the website.
Newcomer? Look at Our Welcome Page
Please click here to read our welcome and introduction to our hiking activities.
Hiking With Us (How To Sign Up For Hikes)
Browse the current season under the Hike Schedules tab, then click the Group Abbreviation link in left column to learn how to sign up. Rules vary at each Senior Center and at the Fitness Centers.
*** Our favorite photos: we have compiled almost 200 photos taken by our hikers. See a great selection of where we go and what we see. Look under About us -> Where we hike. ***
26 Jun 19 (UD 26 Jun 19) - Old Schedule Data Deleted Old schedule data up to 2012, 2nd half were deleted from the database as well as the corresponding hike reports. Also deleted were old inactive hikes and hike place holders not hiked since then.
21 Jun 19 (UD 21 Jun 19) - La Cueva Picnic Area Closed From Sandia Ranger District: The La Cueva Picnic Area is closed because the road into the picnic site is damaged and creates a significant safety hazard. A culvert washed out this spring causing the pavement around the culvert to crumble away. Beyond the culvert, the road is washed out underneath the pavement.
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See the Winter tab at the top of the screen for winter activites with the fitness centers.
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