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Albuquerque, New Mexico
July 9, 2010
Santa Fe, New Mexico
May 30, 2010
July 27, 2007
From journal Into the Sunset
October 14, 2005
If you liked this little park, be sure to visit Utah next. Why? Just do a search for slot canyons on Google!
From journal Santa Fe - Next to the Railway Track
August 30, 2005
From journal Hiking through Tent Rock Canyon
January 31, 2004
There are two hiking trails. The easier one, Cave Loop Trail, is just over a mile while the more difficult hike, Canyon Trail, is a three-mile round-trip trek through a narrow canyon with a steep incline to the mesa (mountain top). Bring water and a snack, there is a convenience market outside of the park, but we did not observe any restaurants in the nearby Pueblo.
The park is basically open during daylight hours; camping, fires, and off-trail travel is prohibited. Entrance into the park will cost you $5 per car, but Golden Eagle/Age/Access passports are free if you display the pass on your dashboard.
Mother Nature has been up to her antics by creating an original southwestern piece of art along with high desert plants and wildlife.
From journal Feliz Navidad in Santa Fe