jdzaharia wrote:It looks like last summer's fires affected the Pecos Wilderness, and portions may still be closed.
It looks like they hit Bandelier National Monument pretty hard, too. We probably will skip Bandelier this trip.
jfrishmanIII wrote:...you can still hike down the canyon to Upper Frijoles Falls (Lower is closed, but Upper is better anyway). You could still have a very nice day seeing the main attractions in Bandelier if it fits into your plans.
jdzaharia wrote:Is Capulin Volcano National Monument worth visiting?
jfrishmanIII wrote:The Sandia mountains right outside of Albuquerque have great hiking that time of year, pretty spectacular even if they are right over the city. Wild Rivers north of Taos could be another good option in your time frame, definitely snow-free and nice when the rivers are up.
Jackson, do you have any idea when they will have the trail down to the lower falls and the river rebuilt?
jfrishmanIII wrote:Unfortunately, it's quite possible that the answer may be "never."
rasgoat wrote:I say since your that far down, it may be your only chance to get to Big Bend.
Is State Trust Land open to the public in New Mexico?
What is a "Grant" in New Mexico?
Is a "Pueblo" an Indian Reservation?
rankinesoccer wrote:Wheeler is a great hike if there is not too much snow.
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