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This was not a great hike. The entire "trail" is in an arroyo filled with sand. Sand is horrible to hike in and after 7 miles of hiking my lower back and hips. I'm 23! Too young for this kind of pain!

Nice trail, fun for waking and hiking

Nice trail, fun for waking and hiking

Nice trail, fun for waking and hiking

hiking
19 hours ago

Great hike to oversee Pueblo Bonito. Different perspective, helps to understand the size of the various pueblos. Fun climb up a crevasse to the cliff top from the valley floor.

Road tripping across the coutry im glad i made this detour. The trail was covered in snow and ice that made the steep climb very difficult but we made it to the top in just running shoes for we were unprepared for the hike.

It's beautiful here. While the mountains are not big, they look stunning. I was awestruck by the rock formations and vegetation. The trail is wide, lined with gravel. It's rocky around the historic buildings so wear hiking boots. There are shaded benches for breaks along the trail and a picnic table and bathroom near the historic sites. There is a waterfall called Dipping Springs in the canyon. Used to be a resort in the 1800s and later became a sanitarium for TB patients.