Alameda Bridge Crossing the Same River Twice

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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At the northern reaches of Rio Grande Valley State Park, Alameda Open Space provides access to both the 16-mile-long Paseo del Bosque Trail and a recently established county property, Bachechi Open Space. The latter is named for Carlo and Mary O. Bachechi, who settled here in 1938 to raise a family in an agrarian environment. Less than a mile north, Bosque del Acres exists as a “living” agricultural community. This walk provides a glimpse into small family farms, both reconstructed and active, while examining elements in a complex water system that runs between them.
Walking Albuquerque

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Walking Albuquerque

by Stephen Ausherman (Wilderness Press)

At the northern reaches of Rio Grande Valley State Park, Alameda Open Space provides access to both the 16-mile-long Paseo del Bosque Trail and a recently established county property, Bachechi Open Space.

The latter is named for Carlo and Mary O. Bachechi, who settled here in 1938 to raise a family in an agrarian environment. Less than a mile north, Bosque del Acres exists as a “living” agricultural community. This walk provides a glimpse into small family farms, both reconstructed and active, while examining elements in a complex water system that runs between them.

© 2015 Stephen Ausherman/Wilderness Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: Albuquerque
Distance: 3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Driving Directions: Directions to Alameda Bridge: Crossing the Same River Twice

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