Explorer | 30 pts
This is actually Kasha-Katuwe aka Tent Rocks. Kasha-Katuwe is the Cochiti Indian name for it. This is a great hike, but be sure you know the weather before you go. Flash floods can be dangerous, as you start off hiking in the dried creek bed, and head up through canyon narrow canyon twists and turns, where runoff will come down. It is an amazing hike, and varies quite a bit in terrain, ending up on top of it all, looking out over the hoodoos that look like teepees. It is a very UP hill hike, but is great for taking your time, enjoying the views and the wildlife along the way.