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Took a day trip from ABQ. Hadn't been here before so we didn't know what to expect. If you drive up into the mountains a bit, it actually reminds me a bit of Sedona (without the pricey hotels and restaurants) ok, maybe only the scenery is Sedona-ish.
One of my favorite places in New Mexico. Be sure to stop and see the Gilman Tunnels and Guadalupe River, go east on Highway 485 off of Highway 4.
Great road past the Jemez Pueblo which then traverses Jemez Springs leading to the Jemez State Monument, Soda Dam, and Bandelier National Monument. The Valles Caldera is also viewable along the way. Lots of small shops and restaurants in Jemez Springs. Be prepared for a funky experience in this beautiful laid back place. Great hiking and fishing too.
I enjoyed going back to the new, improved Giggling Springs Hot Springs: they have added a third pool alongside the burbling Jemez River and no longer require an exact hour advance reservation secured by a credit card. Tanya is still a helpful, welcoming manager and let me eat my picnic lunch on the porch while I waited out a passing... 更多
The place is really spiritual. Earth and sky give you a sense of something beyond. It is no wonder that the Towa wish to keep it to themselves. There is not a single hint of Wall Street and all that nonsense here. Just incredible creation and peace.
Me and my friends have been going to these mountains for many years. Most people just visit the Jemez Springs side but I highly suggest taking road 126 to the Cuba side as well. Both sides have so many things to offer whether you are camping, fishing, hiking, or just out for a drive. I have added some photos that... 更多
I didn't think the Falls would be as nice as they were (I've seen pictures when the water level as lower. You drive in past the campground to a parking area for the Falls trail and for McCauley Hot Springs. Note the sign and turn left for the falls! It is pretty easy to the viewpoint; if you want to... 更多
This is a beautiful area that I just don't think a lot of people traveling through New Mexico get to. There is a lot to see here-several days' worth.