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Quirky Albuquerque - Tramway, Old Town, Nukes, Botanical Gardens, and More Balloons!

This post covers the rest of our week and vacation in Albuquerque.

Fri, Oct 2:  Sandia Peak Tramway in Cibola National Forest – 1st attempt (tramway halted due to high winds.)  At 2.7 miles, Sandia Peak is North America’s longest aerial tram and affords an 11,000 square-mile panoramic view of the Rio Grande Valley and New Mexico. 377 more words

Santa Fe, NM, and Petroglyphs National Monument

Yesterday we’d wanted to visit Kasha Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, but we read online the night before that it was closed for construction. Ubiquitous construction has definitely affected our trip, but I can’t say the changes have all been negative. 621 more words


petroglyphs national monument, sandia mountains, hikes 15 & 16

we got up early on a sunday morning and headed for the petrogylphs. unfortunately there is a lot of graffiti in the park and it can be sometimes hard to tell the genuine thing from the graffiti. 98 more words