Menaul Trailhead Hard Channel Navigation

Albuquerque, New Mexico

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This route explores bicycle/pedestrian routes in the Northeast Heights, starting from the Menaul Trailhead (as it appears on maps) at the east end of Menaul Blvd. A sign at the gate identifies the area as Embudo Canyon Trailhead, which is actually another half mile southeast at the end of Indian School Rd. Most people come here to bike along the north–south Open Space trails or hike into the adjoining wilderness area. For additional walking options, a map of the Sandia Ranger District is helpful for navigating the network of trails east of the trailhead, and a city bike map is useful for exploring urban routes to the west.
Walking Albuquerque

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Walking Albuquerque

by Stephen Ausherman (Wilderness Press)

This route explores bicycle/pedestrian routes in the Northeast Heights, starting from the Menaul Trailhead (as it appears on maps) at the east end of Menaul Blvd. A sign at the gate identifies the area as Embudo Canyon Trailhead, which is actually another half mile southeast at the end of Indian School Rd.

Most people come here to bike along the north–south Open Space trails or hike into the adjoining wilderness area. For additional walking options, a map of the Sandia Ranger District is helpful for navigating the network of trails east of the trailhead, and a city bike map is useful for exploring urban routes to the west.

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

Activity Type: Walking
Nearby City: Albuquerque
Distance: 5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Season: Trailhead parking lot closes at 9 p.m. April–October, 7 p.m. November–March
Local Maps: www.fs.usda.gov/cibola or cabq.gov
Driving Directions: Directions to Menaul Trailhead: Hard Channel Navigation

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