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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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Ancho Rapids
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This hike is a blast. The first part follows an old road and is very flat. After taking the cut off you descend into the canyon with a spectacular view,. Near the end the trail gets very faint so you need to follow the arroyo to the river. Very beautiful.

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white rock canyon rim trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Easy day hike with gorgeous views!. This is great for families, mountain bikers, dogs, or trail runners.

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Sandia Peak - CCC - Kiwanis Cabin
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28 Completed 19 Reviews

Fun family hike. great overlook of Albuquerque.

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Sandia Peak - Crest Trail #130
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28 Completed 19 Reviews

Fun family trail. We did it when mom and dad lived in Pako, behind Sandia mtn.

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Tunnel Canyon
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28 Completed 19 Reviews

Great mtn biking trail. Randy and I had lots of fun!

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Stewart Lake Loop (Trail 254, 271)
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28 Completed 19 Reviews

Beautiful lake, great fishing

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Lake Katherine
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28 Completed 19 Reviews

This is a beautiful lake sitting right underneath Baldy Mountain. Its a 4 star because it is can be crowded at times

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Santa Fe Baldy
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29 Completed 27 Reviews

My wife and I hiked to top of baldy yesterday. Easy and lovely drive from Santa Fe. We loved how pretty it was. Just like Colorado. The trail was about 7 miles ea way. Starts at end of road near ski lift area. First .7 are straight up. Lots of huge pines and aspens. Water about every 2 miles. At top wind was really strong and we were cold. Trails were well marked. Also many pretty meadows.

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Atalaya Mountain Trail
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29 Completed 27 Reviews

Trail is only 3 miles from downtown. Departs from parking lot at at johns college. Not to steep. Interesting terrain change as you climb. Took us 1 hour ea way and we were not pushing.

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Chamisa Trail Loop
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1 Completed 2 Reviews

The directions took us past the visitors center and into a camping area on Hyde State Park. This trail was part of a large loop moderate to hard trail that was broken into several names (ie west trail). The map is not the Chamisa Trail. It is part of the circular trail. After checking with visitors center we learned we had passed the the Chamisa Trail about 1 mile back. After driving back we did find the trail. We took the alternate more difficult trail up (appx 45 minutes) and made the easy trail down. Good trail if you are new to the higher altitude and have not yet acclimated. The trail is beautiful but the online directions need to be updated

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