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If you can hike the whole route, do it! In an hour you can see amazing petroglyphs. Dont miss the trail. You can go a long way along the ridge to the left of where you come to the upper trail.
A word of caution, it is a long, hard hike, but TOTALLY WORTH IT! As one reviewer said, pack in water! We started at 8AM, and brought 2 liters of water, and it wasn't enough. I would suggest packing a half gallon per person. I'd also advise you bring a walking stick or poles. I actually broke TWO long-used sticks... 更多
This is just outside Santa Fe, easy to get to, and provides the opportunity for a little hike and some mild rock scrambling. There were tons of petroglyphs on the rocks near the top of the hillside -- I was pleased that there was so much to look at packed in so densely. Our tweens loved deciphering the pictures.
The Santa Fe River canyon contains an amazing array of Native American rock art. You can get a great sampling of it at La Cienegullia Petroglyph Site. It is extremely easy to get to from Santa Fe and well worth a visit. There are no facilities at the site and you want to wear good hiking shoes and bring water.... 更多
Wonder why they couldn't set the entrance right below the rocks. The trail runs parallel to the main road. After a little climbing we saw a small piece of rock that was covered with drawings. Other petroglyph was spread out. Should've just gone to the national monument in Albuquerque directly.
Our family really enjoyed the hike to view the petroglyphs. It was fascinating to see the ancient pieces of art and encourage our kids to speculate on their meanings. Be sure to look all around you including on the ground as some pieces of rock have split off. Follow the advice here on Trip Advisor to take the path from... 更多
Easy to get to by car and a short hike later you are surrounded by amazing petroglyphs. The rock formations and colours add an interesting aspect to the whole experience.
Just a couple miles from the Santa Fe Airport is an amazing ancient site full of petroglyphs. It is a bit of a climb up the rocks to find these ancient artist's drawings. No one knows who made them or the true meaning of the drawings, but you can feel the atmosphere of the ancient land.
This is a great, free take. Others directions here led me straight to it. An easy walk to the site. (I went around 9AM, and there were 2 other cars.) I noticed one of the glyphs was typical grafitti - something about "Tonto is a jerk" 8^) There are many glyphs to see, much more than at Bandelier. Pretty cool.... 更多
What fun this is! Totally free, it is easy to find if you put in Airport Rd. and follow the GPS. Parking the car leads to a short walk through the fields until you come to this site --- a feast for the eyes. So many drawings --- just simply THERE and easy to see. Walking around the path and... 更多