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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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Hawkwatch Trail
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0 Completed 1 Reviews

Totally incorrect The "trailhead" shown is miles from the trail!

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philmont road
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20 Completed 3 Reviews

I wish that they would update this page to have the various hikes that you can do at Philmont, I did a trek to the 60+ miler and stood on top of the Tooth of Time! Haven't been back in a long time, wish I still had the time to do such long hikes

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Travertine Falls
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

A nice easy hike in the mountains. The falls were almost non existent this time of year, but that's what I expected. A light dusting of snow during the trek. Got back to the car about an hour or so before a winter storm started in. Temps dropped from low 30's to low 20's. Wind kicked up something fierce.

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Bar Canyon - Soledad Canyon
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20 Completed 9 Reviews

I must agree with the reviewer said that some of the dog owners are pigs who don't clean up after their dogs. then again, nobody said Las Cruces was the land of intelligentsia. As for the trail. It's moderately- steep going in (should one follow the marked trails and not the arroyo, or dry brook) , the last stretch, the part leading to the waterfall that I did not see with the exception of some wet rocks , is rather steep. That section is recommended only for those who have real grippy hiking boots and are maximum shape. Otherwise, the trail is rather scenic. Plenty of wide open views of the valley below. This I must say even though I'm not a big fan of the desert and I think the trails in Connecticut ( and Colorado) are a hell of a lot nicer and far more scenic. I would do this hike again.

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Cerrillos Hills: Waldo - Grand Central Mountain
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94 Completed 15 Reviews

This is an easily accessible trail from the highway that offers rolling hills and great views of the surrounding countryside and mountains. As a bonus there are a few historical markers describing the mining activity in the surroundings hills that are interesting. Because of horse usage and a dry creek bed parts of the trail are damaged and of sandy making the trail more challenging for the hiker/runner.

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Bluff Springs
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8 Completed 4 Reviews

One of my favorite childhood memory is here! It's a stop I always make time for no matter the weather!

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Snow Lake - Willow Creek
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27 Completed 26 Reviews

I think we did 7 miles. Very nice

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Gila Cliff Dwellings Trail
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27 Completed 26 Reviews

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Cloud Climbing Rail Trail
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27 Completed 26 Reviews

One of the first hikes I ever went on. Loved it

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DSNA - Dripping Springs Trail.
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27 Completed 26 Reviews

Beautiful hike, including historic buildings. Checkout the Facebook page. Easy for families.

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