Bill Spring–Sulphur Canyon Loop Topo Map

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Another pleasant hike on the lushly forested east slopes of the Sandias, this loop takes you through ponderosa pine and Gambel oak forest and past seasonal Wolf and Bill Springs. From the trailhead, the Sulphur Canyon Trail climbs west up Sulphur Canyon to end at the Faulty Trail and seasonal Wolf Spring. Turn right onto the Faulty Trail and follow it as it contours north through the dense forest. The Sulphur Canyon and Doc Long Picnic Areas were built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, commonly known as the CCC.
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Tijeras, New Mexico

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