Discussion in 'New Mexico' started by karatekidII, Oct 19, 2015.
This place is good for camping, for cross-country skiing, hiking and mountain biking. The region of the Jemez Mountains as a whole is perfect for this. One of the area's most challenging hikes, Redondito, is a 16-mile out-and-back that offers great rim views of Valles Caldera volcano.
This sounds like a very pretty place. It's a slow process to get a national park put into place. It started in 2000 when President Clinton signed the Calles Caldera Preservation Act. Then it was transferred to the National Park Service in 2015. When the National Park Service is in charge, that usually means nice facilities and ranger-led things to do. Plus, you're not far from Los Alamos and all of its things to do.
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