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Río Guadalupe Canyon

(Cañon NM) The Río Guadalupe flowed down between the Sierra Nacimiento and the Jémez Mountains through a deep canyon with rugged cliffs. It was often difficult to see the river because of the deep gorge. High mesas surrounded the canyon area. Pullouts along the narrow road provided photo opportunities. Tall, jagged cliffs arose from the […]

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Gilman Tunnels

(nr Cañon NM) The Gilman Tunnels were built in the 1920s to facilitate removing timber from the surrounding mountains and mesas. The route was originally a railway bed; but, is now a paved road until just beyond the tunnels. Then, it became a gravel road that continued up the mountains. Following the Río Guadalupe, the […]

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Jemez Tent Rocks

Jémez Tent Rocks

(nr La Cueva NM) After a few days, I moved to another boondocking camp in the Jémez Mountains. Research showed that there were some interesting Tent Rocks nearby. So, when Tardis was set up, I hiked up the road to find them. Just over 3/4 of a mile there was a sharp turn where the […]

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