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John Turner reviewed La Luz Trail #137
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This trail is prob one of our favs. We are from a different state, but come here every year for this. Love it! Sandia could prob use some better signs to guide newbies. But great hike.

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Dawn Bianchetti reviewed Pino Trail
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KEEP YOUR DOGS ON LEASH!!!

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Diego M reviewed Pino Trail
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Michael Narvaez reviewed Pino Trail
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Great hike. Easy with some beautiful scenic views. Recommend highly!

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Joshua Bush reviewed Pino Trail
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Thomas W reviewed 401 and 365 Trail Loop
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Chris Cox reviewed La Luz Trail #137
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It had amazing views and was an awesome hike!

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Did not get to the top. Everyone coming back said that the last 1/2 mile to the top from the Oso side is a monster. Great views at 3 miles into Oso Ridge (east end of the small Mesa).

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Dawn Bianchetti reviewed Pino Trail
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Too many people have their dogs off leash!!!! You know your dog but you don’t know the reaction of someone else’s dog! It’s a rule for a reason!!!! Grrr

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Mandy Winterstien reviewed La Luz Trail #137
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Nice hike in ABQ! Don’t be too put off by the reviews. Yes the hike is hard, but it’s doable. Leave early and take your time. Save some energy for the last 1.5 miles as that is most challenging. Other than that, the elevation is gradual and worth it!

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Mason Karnas reviewed La Luz Trail #137
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This trail is very difficult if you hike up and back, however very rewarding. Please Note: this trail is 16.8 miles from the lower parking to the top and back. Bring lots of water and good hiking boots. This trail is challenging and strenuous, especially on your legs and feet. We had 4L of water each person. For those that just want to experience the hike without going there and back, you can take the tram one way and hike the other.

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Jeff Sorge reviewed Pino Trail
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HikingGreat!

not as difficult as described. well maintained trail..

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Brittany Givens reviewed 401 and 365 Trail Loop
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Nice views, big paths, exposed to the sun. Adjoining trails make it easy to go more steeper routes. This would be a perfect trail for running with minimal incline.

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Robin Tackett reviewed Pino Trail
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Robin Tackett reviewed Pino Trail
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Anne Mitchell reviewed La Luz Trail #137
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Started today at the tram parking lot and hiked the 2+ miles to La Luz. This was my first time going up La Luz and it was HARD. For me my poles were a must. The boulder fields were trickier than anticipated. The reward of making it up to the tram for the easy ride down is worth it. For someone that hits 57 years old in 2 months, I feel pretty proud of myself.

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Jamie See reviewed La Luz Trail #137
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Bill Kearns reviewed Pino Trail
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Luke Eichorn reviewed Pino Trail
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Great trail that gives a big variety of scenery from the bottom to the top. From foothill high desert to areas of young forest to alpine trees. Definitely a trail worth hiking. I even found Galileo's Death Tree! Google it. It's an interesting thing. Views from the top are somewhat narrow due to trees, but you do get views both east and west (cause you're on the ridge). I found a nice little spot with a good view of the city just a bit south on the crest trail from where pino trail meets the crest trail. Slightly overgrown in parts, but the trail is still extremely easy to follow. You don't even need a map or the app. You do have to pay for parking. I think it's $1 during the week and $2-3 on the weekends. Not much at all for the quality of hike you get. I (along with a few other people) had our cars broken into while we were on the hike. The ranger said it very rarely happens out there. This is just a friendly reminder to make sure you don't leave anything in view in your car while you're hiking and to also make sure you take your valuables with you.

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Gregg Banninger reviewed Pino Trail
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Laura Burnham reviewed Pino Trail
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Always a great trail. I highly suggest a sunset decent!

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Rhino Dean reviewed La Luz Trail #137
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Ingrid Spielman reviewed Pino Trail
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Kennth Potter reviewed Pino Trail
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Kennth Potter reviewed Pino Trail
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lia Morales reviewed Pino Trail
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Randall Hancock reviewed Pino Trail
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I love Pino, I go a few times a month. Most of the time I do ~ an hour up and back down. Nature’s stair master! I did the whole route yesterday. Love the variety of the terrain, I would say about 90% of people are wearing masks. I got bit on the thigh by an unleashed dog running with a young boy. I gave Dad unbridled feedback, the boy was scared and the dog was being a dog. So many people just like him, “he’s never bit anyone before”. Well you have had him in the right situation till now.

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Jeremy White reviewed Pino Trail
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Finished the whole trail today...I think I’m tired

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