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Williams Lake, Taos
(4.6/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Williams Lake is an alpine lake in Taos County, New Mexico, United States, located high in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains below Wheeler Peak in the Wheeler Peak Wilderness of Carson National Forest. The lake is accessible via the Williams Lake Trail from the trailhead in Taos Ski Valley.
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  • Great place to stop and get information on all the attractions in the area. Plenty of parking, friendly staff, clean restrooms, Free WIFI. 
  • If you are in shape and acclimated to altitude, this is an easy hike. Rocky road initially, I wore hiking shoes which were perfect, although a good pair of sturdy walking shoes will do fine. Person I ...  more »
  • 4 miles round trip. not too steep. it is a popular trail for a good reason, the view at the top is stunning. the first third is basically a road, then it narrows to more of a trail.