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Cienega Trail #148

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Cienega Trail #148 ist ein 4.3 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Sandia Park, New Mexico. Er führt entlang eines Flusses, durch schönen Wald und es gibt oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als schwierig einzustufen. Hier kann hervorragend gewandert, gejoggt und geritten werden. Die Route ist am besten von April bis November zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 4.3 miles Höhenunterschied: 1,702 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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4 months ago

Super shady trail! Lots of bugs but not the biting kind so that was alright with me. Dense forest and lots of creatures. I saw a mule deer jump out of it’s hiding place next to the trail and it scared the crap out me! But it was beautiful

wandern
7 months ago

Excellent trail. Varied path and a great view of Albuquerque at the top of the trail

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9 months ago

Road to the trailhead was closed, had to hike up from the sulphur canyon trail. The upper half of the Cienega trail is choked with many windfalls. Plan on extra time to detour around the tangles. We averaged only 1 mph up because of all the detouring. There is still snow on the upper trail as of April 25; glad we wore our waterproof boots.

wandern
Tue May 29 2018

Hard to believe this trail is moderate! I think we need more classification levels because the difference between this trail and some others (also moderate) is night and day. I know it's not quite hard but it's on the high end of moderate! Still, the view at the top makes it worth it.

Wed May 23 2018

Good shade, not much of a view

wandern
Thu Apr 19 2018

Hiked up Pino, then down Cienega. Trail is gully washed downhill for about half of it. Quite a few downed trees on trail. Lots of dead upright and downed trees in Cienega canyon. Road was closed to upper trailhead, and had to hike around a bit before finding our ride. Pretty area, I'm sure it's nice when the stream is going and not so dry, but overall area needs thinning, and trail needs some maintenance work done.

Sun Apr 09 2017

In the dense trees and bushes most of the way. Not a fan.

wandern
Sun Aug 28 2016

Actually started at the Cienega Trailhead and went South along the Faulty Trail. Turned and went West up the mountain along the Canconcito Trail which was definitely a good workout up to the South Crest Trail. Hiked North along the South Crest until we met up with the top of the Cienega Trail and headed down back to the trailhead. Overall about 9.4 miles and a great, scenic hike with a great combination of easy to moderate but definitely a kick in the pants heading up AND down.

wandern
Sat May 23 2015

Trailhead was a bit difficult to find for my first time hiking it. I was fooled by the "Cienega Nature Trail", but quickly realized it and corrected my course. It's apparent that it isn't as heavily trafficked as the west trails (La Luz, Pino, Embudito, etc) but still a fun hike. Leads to intersection of South Crest and Pino trails at the top.

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