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“A good place to get out of town”

Ranked #35 of 224 things to do in Albuquerque
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: A 1.5-million-acre park whose elaborate trail system includes La Luz Trail, which climbs over 3,300 feet in nine miles.
Reviewed 19 May 2017

A good place to get out of the town. Lot's of hiking trails (short and easy to long and difficult). Plenty of camping sites and picnic locations.

Thank mmikko
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Reviewed 13 May 2017

Cibola National Forest is a refreshing change from most "tourist attractions" in that it is completely noncommercial. Great views of the mountains.

Thank dg2727
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

we just drove thru this. it was beautiful with all the trees. we didnt get off the main road so not sure what lays hidden inside

Thank Mickey W
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Reviewed 12 April 2017

Beautiful place to go, whether driving or hiking. We came from down in the valley, where the we were sweating at close to 70 degrees and were surprised when our guide drove us up to the top of the mountain to need coats as it was a winter wonderland!

Absolutely gorgeous, both the view from the top of the mountain and the snow covered pines. Highly recommended.

Thank SarahJo4110
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

Sandia peak,Mount Taylor in Grants New Mexico are beautiful and a hikers and trail bikers dream,you can hike to the top of Sandia Peak from the west face of the mountain but you will want to take a lot of water and energy snacks is only for the fittest hiker,you can drive up or bike up the east side but is a whole other look to Sandia peak,Mount Taylor offers all the excitement as does Sandia peak.

Thank Donnie G
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