Cibola National Forest Boundary Loop Trail Topo Map

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The Boundary Loop Trail uses a combination of the East Jaral Canyon Trail and the West Jaral Canyon Trail to create this typical desert hike. The route follows an arroyo up to its beginning where hikers can catch a great view of the Juan Tabo Canyon before returning via another arroyo. The Boundary Loop Trail is a fun and easy day hike in the western foothills of the Sandia Mountains. This trail is best traveled in early morning when the days are warmer, as there is little to no shade here. For this reason, it is an ideal choice during the winter months, when trails at higher elevations may be covered with ice and snow.
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Albuquerque, New Mexico

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