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Parks und Natur in Santa Fe

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“Hike locally in fact on sections of the trail you have an overlook area of Santa Fe. About 10 minutes away from the downtown Santa Fe plaza. Pack water, wear a wide brim hat, sunshades and hiking boots. It is a pinon and juniper forest.”
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“This park is fun to explore on a sunny day. It has an interesting design with winding paths, swinging benches, a playground, slides, a community garden, and more. You can walk through it on your way to La Choza for lunch! ”
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“A lovely botanical garden with easy walks and gardens reflecting the botanical and cultural history of Northern New Mexico. You can see and learn about plants related to weaving, healing, carving and cooking. It's a relaxed place just for a walk and there are often live concerts on the grounds. It's close to Museum Hill so you can cover both in one day.”
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Campground
“Easy to get to with amazing views if you make it to the top. Lots of people take their dogs. The trail starts at St. John's College. ”
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“Best dog park in town! Only a brief walk from Casa Alia, the Frank Ortiz Dog Park is a 138 acre off leash park that your furry friend(s) will love.”
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“Great park with a nice playground or a place to take shade in the summer. Great place to put your feet in the Santa Fe River. 2 min walk from house.”
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“Walking loop (5 circuits = 1 mile) Picnic facilities Playground Links to Santa Fe River Trail”
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“The Santa Fe Riverwalk begins on East Alameda Street and is several blocks in length and will take you to downtown Santa Fe, Railyard area, and several residential areas. ”
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“This is a short 1.64 mile trail with excellent views overlooking Santa Fe and the mountains. If you don't have the time or energy to do a longer hike, this is the perfect alternative. There are only a couple parking spots at the actual trailhead; if those are full, you'll need to park at St. John's College and walk the sidewalk/path from the College to the trailhead.”
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