OverviewDescriptionGetting ThereFacilitiesContactGreat vistas of Albuquerque and the Sandias, as well as some fantastic geological features. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksRad Honey (79)3 months ago2 Completed2 ReviewsVery nice hike. Not too steep. There was a really cool cave on top of the first volcano. Awesome viewsLincoln Marr (209)6 months ago9 Completed2 ReviewsEnjoyed this nice workout with expansive views of Albuquerque, the Petroglyphs and non-active Volcanos.Morgan Hamilton (387)9 months ago15 Completed12 ReviewsGreat and beautiful hike. Views All around. I didn't hike to the top because I read they were sacred, there is no enforcement so I'm sure it's not a big deal to most. Just be careful and respectful. Great and easy hike for a Sea-leveler like me!Jennifer Kelly (741)2 years ago32 Completed17 ReviewsHiked to the top of the 1st two volcanoes with my 4 year old son. He loved it and saw lots of cool (small) desert creatures. Full sun so make sure to dress appropriately with sunblock and lots of water. Hope to come back soon to hike the last volcano. David Saladin (409)2 years ago2 Completed1 ReviewsGreat beginner trail. I had so much fun and saw everybody from athletes training, to three generation families to small pets. Fun trails and challenging vertical climbs, up to the hiker. Kenny Dillingham (3993)3 years ago58 Completed51 ReviewsThe Volcanoes are a great place to hike for great views of the city and some neat geological features including a neat natural lava arch on the tallest of the volcanoes. Most of the trails are very family friendly, though the ascend to the top of some of the volcanoes should be approached carefully due to loose volcanic scree.