The American Southwest online magazine calls Slot Canyon Trail “one of the best short trails” in New Mexico. Check out this link to hiking in Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, and look at Canyon Hike near the bottom of the page.
Anyone been to Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument? Do you have photos or advice you’d like to share?
UNSTOPPABLE Stacey would like to plan a hike for October. Anyone interested? Since this was posted in 2009, UNSTOPPABLE Stacey has checked it off her bucketlist, and is ready to go back at anytime. The short, 3-mile/ 4.8-km, roundtrip hike will take one to two hours because you’ll want to spend time exploring, and then just sit contemplating the amazing hoodoos.
Cultural observances of the Cochiti Pueblo people will sometimes close the sacred site, so check Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument’s website before setting out to this remote area. If closed, a good alternative is Tsankawi Village Trail.
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