Mud Spring–Cañoncito Topo Map

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Hikes on the trails at the Sandia Mountain Natural History Center can be extended into the Sandia Mountain Wilderness. The long route incorporates a mile of the Crest Trail. Overlooks from 9,200 feet alternate between eastern and western vistas. A shorter loop via Faulty Trail misses the views but visits waterfalls on the lower Cañoncito Trail.
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Sandia Park, New Mexico

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