Thank you... it became too developed for my taste. I remember going there 12 years ago, no signs, no parking lot, you had to search for it. Now, you have to pay a fee, no dogs allowed, benches along the trail, tons of signs. It is very close to Santa Fe.
landscape, most likely i'm coming to see it for myself this spring.
It actually looks very nice even in the winter....
The best part is the slot canyon, and a trail that goes over the top of the mesa and back down by the hoodoos. Those hoodoos have appeared in several movies.
I haven't been there in 15 years.
it changed a lot, and weekends are very busy... It is developed now, with a park and picnic area... not dogs allowed anymore, not even inside a car.
Ah well, the way of the world. When I first went there in 1982, it was largely unknown.
Wow, I did not even know that it existed in that time... hahaha... Sorry, stupid joke....
I remember looking for this place really hard in 1994, could not even find it initially... Nice path with benches along to rest now...
What a strange construction! It's unbelievable that our Mother Nature is able to create such funny things!
Thanks... yet, it is a pretty unusual place, but became too popular with tourists.
Those are crazy looking!
Never seen anything quite like that in nature before.
It is a pretty cool place. If you ever visit Santa Fe, it is just a short way from there, about 30 min drive, and really spectacular!
of the Cappadocia region of Turkey.
Thanks. I have not seen Cappadocia in real life, but you are right. It does look a little bit like that.
Tent rocks! Great place to explore. There's a lot more there than most people think.....