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Tent Rocks Slot Canyon Trail

Cochiti Pueblo, NM

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Tent Rocks Canyon trail is 3 miles out and back hiking trail through a slot canyon with hoodos and striated rock formations. It is a religious site of the Cochiti Pueblo.

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Main Loop Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Bandelier is great! The Main Loop Trail is very easy but has terrific views. Although I don't have kids I'd say it is definitely easy enough for families.

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Boca Negra Canyon trails
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Nice little hike. The three trails in this little park are great for about an our trip. the first trail rises about 700 ft and can be a bit nerving if it is windy (and it was).

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Sandia Peak - Crest Trail #130
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

My children and I went this weekend and had a great time. It was a crisp 44 degrees and the sun was shining. I had no idea the 10,000 foot elevation would have such an effect on my breathing.

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Pecos River Valley Challenge
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6 Completed 6 Reviews

This area is nice but the best is just up the Pecos River. There is a spot where the river runs under the road. There is a swimming hole and rock jumping area called Pink Rock. Ask the locals about it. Love the area. Warning-water is cold in spring!

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Glorieta Ghost Town
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6 Completed 6 Reviews

Loved this hike up to Glorieta Baldy. Nice trail from the conference center to the ghost town. Few things to see on the way like the old car and mine.

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Glorieta Baldy
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6 Completed 6 Reviews

Nice trail! Make sure you hike starting from Glorieta Conference Center. You will pass some interesting features like an old mine, car and ghost town. The drive to baldy from Pecos is rough. Be careful!

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Pecos River
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8 Completed 9 Reviews

great hike for the summer, the river is a cooling mechanism and very tempted to jump in. I parked just past the town of Tererro, less than a mile past the "general store". if walking a dog, be careful of the watershed prior to a campground, wildlife is more attractive to our four legged friends than a whistle to come back. Some areas are a tight fit for walking, but otherwise a relaxing beautiful hike.

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Norski Cross Country Ski Track
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8 Completed 9 Reviews

Completed this trail several times, in all seasons. Easy to navigate, just bring yourself, snacks and a camera. has rolling hills and plenty of flat areas. Dogs love going with me and it just plain beautiful up there

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Glorieta Ghost Town
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8 Completed 9 Reviews

A little tricky to navigate, but views galore and not at all strenuous. Love the rusted out old car, which still had its wooden floor boards and foundation of an old hotel along the trail. Been on this trail over 4 times before it closed due to new owners of the trail head. Havent heard if they allow hikers back.

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Hyde Memorial State Park
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8 Completed 9 Reviews

A great all year trail, I also did volunteer repair on it with my co workers. Very easy on the body, dogs go crazy after squirrels and I believe chipmunks. keep an eye open for mountain bikers though (not that I mind them, just they pop up unexpectedly at times)

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