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Tent Rocks Slot Canyon Trail

Cochiti Pueblo, NM

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Tent Rocks Slot Canyon Trail is a 2.8 mile out and back trail located near Cochiti Pueblo, NM that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible from March until November.

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Argentina Canyon
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Just beginning to explore this area. Lots of trails and very beautiful. Planning on some over nights this spring/summer.

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Sierra Del Cristo Rey
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36 Completed 31 Reviews

It's a fairly easy hike. The entrance and final climb is a little steep. I had my 3 kids out there on the trail and they all made it the whole way except for the youngest who is 3 years old and he only made it 3/4 of the whole trail.

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Pueblo Bonito
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4 Completed 0 Reviews

Don't miss the ranger tour. Very knowledgeable and educational.

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The Volcanoes Trail
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3 Completed 0 Reviews

Easy hike, pretty views. Conveniently close to Albuquerque. The only downside was the amount of people on the trail at the time. We went when it was 60 degrees on a random weekend in January and there were a TON of people there. Most were nice and friendly, but there were a handful of rude and loud groups who would leave litter, climb up into the volcano (which were closed off for trail renovation with very clearly marked signs), and play music very loudly. Aside from that, it was well worth the short drive there and a nice way to spend a few hours.

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Bull of the Woods Trail
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15 Completed 5 Reviews

Great hike a must if you want a great overnight to summit Wheeler

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Dog Canyon
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1 Completed 2 Reviews

Very beautiful hiking! We left at 9h30 on a fresh sunny day of january 31st. Coming from France we loved hiking among cactus, yuccas and massive cliffs. The only disappointment is there was no water in the canyon at that dry period so we missed the waterfalls. Tough luck! We extended our trail up to Joplin Ridge at 7700ft for an extra 45 minutes walking out and back but offering us a magnificent view on the plain from Orogrande to Tularosa via White Sands. Splendid landscape! We made that trail in 5h30 but running on the way back.

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Dog Canyon
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1 Completed 2 Reviews

Very beautiful hiking! We left at 9h30 on a fresh sunny day of january 31st. Coming from France we loved hiking among cactus, yuccas and massive cliffs. The only disappointment is there was no water in the canyon at that dry period so we missed the waterfalls. Tough luck! We extended our trail up to Joplin Ridge at 7700ft for an extra 45 minutes walking out and back but offering us a magnificent view on the plain from Orogrande to Tularosa via White Sands. Splendid landscape! We made that trail in 5h30 but running on the way back.

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Embudito Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

It was a fun first hike in Albuquerque!

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Pino Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Did this in late January. The snow was packed and at times the trail was muddy. We did about 1/2 of it before we decided a fall wasn't worth the risk and turned around. Beautiful and quiet. I want to finish it later in the year.