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Steven Morabito reviewed Piedra Lisa Canyon Trail
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HikingGreat!

Awesome trail gets very steep at beginning but the view is worth it and you cant really get lost a bottle of water will do but def wear good boots lots of rocks and cactus this is one of my fav trails tho

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Amy R. reviewed Piedra Lisa Canyon Trail
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Peter G reviewed Tramway Trail
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Ralph McCorkle Jr reviewed Alameda Bosque Trail
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Bike touringGreat!

Great paved trail!!

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Christopher Harris reviewed Pino Trail Short Version
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HikingGreat!

The scenery and silence was breathtaking, encountered two coyotes from afar but was enough to spook us with our medium sized dog. Just make some noise if you see em

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HikingIcySnow

did it after a cold front and it was fine up until around 9000 ft then it got super icy and had to turn around. You really need some sort of traction device if you want to make it to the top currently

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Hector Contreras reviewed Pino Trail Short Version
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Hiking

it was 2 windy

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Roberta Chavez reviewed Alameda Bosque Trail
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Nice and shady but hot temps Bring extra water during the summer

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Dot Wire reviewed Tramway Trail
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HikingNo shade

Started from Sandia Peak Tramway parking lot. Takes at least 1.5 miles to make it over to La Luz side so that part was moderate. After that, trail gets steeper. Decided to go up aka Luz until Junction and loop back. Don’t about the loop as some run off and slanted narrow trail on descent. Not good for a full backpack. Got off trail a couple of times but app was very helpful. Beautiful panos of city, Sandia casino area. Lucky to have overcast as no shade.

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Dot Wire reviewed Pino Trail Short Version
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Hiking

Good glute workout as gradual uphill some shade. Nice panorama of city. Forgot to record first mile and went up 3 miles before turning around.

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Lauryn Spohn reviewed Alameda Bosque Trail
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Sgt Remembered reviewed Alameda Bosque Trail
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A good ride, even with the weirdos on the trail.

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Kiran Hill reviewed Grassy Hills Loop
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Part of the trails is hard to find

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Connie Albert reviewed Pino Trail Short Version
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Nice and quiet

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Fadluky User reviewed Piedra Lisa Canyon Trail
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Its pretty nice. Good views in certain areas. Make sure you wear shoes with really good grip!

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Tom Powers reviewed Pino Trail Short Version
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Good views. Very consistent elevation rise. Definitely a good test of your stamina

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Jeremy White reviewed Pino Trail Short Version
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Hiking

Great trail...clean and slightly challenging. Great day trip!

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Alan Brooks reviewed Tramway Trail
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HikingGreat!
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Nevada Whiskey reviewed Pino Trail Short Version
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Sarah Luke reviewed Piedra Lisa Canyon Trail
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Challenging due to fast elevation gain but totally worth it. Take lots of water if you plan on going during the middle of the day. I was unable to finish the trail as I saw a mountain lion about 10 ft away from the trail in an alcove. Be aware of your surroundings and if you hear something weird, investigate. I saw it around 5:00pm about .75 -.8 miles into the trail.

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HikingGreat!

I'm not an avid hiker, but I have hiked La Luz and the TWA crash site. this was my favorite, and the hardest (took the tram down for La Luz). recommend starting early in the hot months. 630 start we were in shade most of the way up. sun scorched for the last 2 miles down. We saw amazing hawks. a couple horny toads, a snake 2 big deer, and lots of lizards. it took about 4 hours to get to the top and it was worth it. beautiful day, beautiful scenery, and amazing views. it was so serene and peaceful. going down only took about 3 hours. for less experienced hikers like me I recommend going with an experienced friend and bring lots of water.

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HikingGreat!RockyScramble

First time doing this trail and it was quite amazing! One of the best at the Sandias. It begins in the foothills and leads into a good amount of tree coverage. It’s very similar to Domingo Baca in how it transitions. I would say that it’s 65% shaded. You have the option of doing a loop or take it all the way to the South Crest. You can also take this to lead you to the Three Guns Springs trail (another great trail) which goes into the direction of Tijeras. Watch my video at the 4:10 mark to see how that looks. The last 2 miles getting to the top are the most challenging and is only recommended to the experienced hiker. It’s a leg burner, no doubt. The views at the top are spectacular and is very rewarding! If you want to get a better idea of what you're in for, check out my vid on this trail on my YT channel: Epic Mode Engaged. Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zua1YwaRg5Y

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