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Tent Rocks, New Mexico

About an hour outside Santa Fe is this fascinating area with strange geologic formations. Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument is down a dirt road past the Santo Domingo/Cochiti lands. We really enjoyed our hike through the slot canyon and up through the "tents." There are two trails, and if you do both as we did it's about four miles, with one area of steep climb and descent. I made a little video of our photos. You can get more info on Tent Rocks here: http://www.blm.gov/nm/st/en/prog/recreation/rio_puerco/kasha_katuwe_tent_rocks.html


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Cool hikes. Love the photos. So did you see any snakes?

It's really a magical place and I love your photos. The beware of snakes sign would have given me pause too. And this is the first time I've seen a slide show with Smilebox...very cool and I like their format!

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