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Parks und Natur in Santa Fe County

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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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“A great state park with lots of trails that buffers the Santa Fe National 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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“Lots of nice hiking in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The Chamisa Trail, Aspen Vista, Rio En Medio, Bear Walla - Borrego Loop. There is a hiking book in the master bedroom that you can refer to for information and more trails.”
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Garten
“Great hikes close in to town. Saturday morning bird walks with guides promise loads of sightings. ”
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“Really lovely area for walking. There are never many people there. Entrance is free and the views are spectacular. Lovely for a picnic, horse or bike ride.”
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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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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“The Pueblo people settled in the sculpted canyons and mesa tops of the Pajarito Plateau west of Santa Fe. This amazing volcanic landscape is among the most beautiful places in the Southwest. On this trip we visit a National Monument (managed by the National Park Service) which holds cliff dwellings and expansive ruins of Pueblo villages dating to the 1500s. The drive to and from Bandelier is beautiful as we cross the Rio Grande near San Ildefonso Pueblo and have some extra stops that will amaze you.”
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Wanderweg
“Head up Hyde Park road to access a ton of amazing hiking, biking, and gorgeous mountain views and fresh air.”
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Campground
“It is right across the road from the tipi. Great hiking and sightseeing old mines.”
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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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