Tent Rocks (aka Kasha-Katuwe) National Monument is a small, lightly developed area, southwest of Santa Fe, and north of Albuquerque. Janet and I were enjoying a quick weekend by ourselves and we asked our hotel concierge for ideas on local places to 'disappear'. His suggestion was great!
As you leave I-25, you briefly pass through Cochiti Indian Reservation on State Road 16. The signage isn't as good as you might like, but within ~ 13 miles, you'll see the simple parking area along the right side of the road. It's a brief, easy hike along dirt trails to the top of a plateau, but the walk along the way is eye catching with the various rock formations that give the area its name, as well as unexpected sights like this one.
Find out more at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Kasha-Katuwe_Tent_Rocks_National_Monument
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