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Just a short 25 minute walk from Elena Gallegos Parking lot. This is a easy hike at 6853 feet. The trails are improved and it’s a good place for an afternoon picnic. Always wear heavy boots to protect you from the Cacti. Keep a watchful eye and ear for snakes. There was fresh bear scat in the area of the cache. Make sure you bring money for parking.
This was our first New Mexico Cache. It is in a standard 7.62 Ammo Can which contains the following.
- Mardi Gras Beads
- Mardi Gras Coins
- Hot wheels Cars
- Items found in any 6 year olds pocket.
- Note book
My 6 year old son “Disguised” the cache so only 6 year olds can find it. This area is in the urban wilderness interface. So always use caution and respect for wildlife. There was fresh bear scat in the vicinity of the hide. Please do not put food in the cache. New Mexico is rattlesnake heaven so always bring a walking stick, long pants and leather boots when hiking the lower Sandia Mountains. The cacti and stickers are almost unavoidable.
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