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Best trails in Cubero

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Explore the most popular trails near Cubero with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Map of trails in Cubero
Top trails (3)
#1 - Sandstone Bluffs Trail
El Malpais National Monument
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Length: 3.7 mi • Est. 1 h 29 m
As of June 1, 2020 El Malpais National Monument has reopened all trailheads.Show more
#2 - Zuni-Acoma Trail
El Malpais National Monument
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Length: 15.4 mi • Est. 6 h 23 m
#3 - Acoma Pueblo
Cubero, New Mexico
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Length: 4.6 mi • Est. 1 h 57 m
Discover the traditional Native American culture and living history of Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico. Atop a 367-foot mesa that rises abruptly from the valley floor, It's one of the oldest continually inhabited spots in North America. Today, about 300 two and three story adobe buildings reside on the mesa, with exterior ladders used to access the upper levels where residents live. Access to the mesa is by a road blasted into the rock face during the 1950s. Approximately 30 or so people live permanently on the mesa, with the population increasing on the weekends as family members come to visit and tourists, some 55,000 annually, visit for the day. Acoma Pueblo has no electricity, running water, or sewage disposal. A reservation surrounds the mesa, totaling 600-square-miles. Tribal members live both on the reservation and outside it contemporary Acoma culture remains relatively closed, however. According to the 2000 United States census, 4,989 people identify themselves as Acoma.Show more