Kasha-Katuwe Hike – 10/09/2017

Pat’s brother Steve and wife Sharon visited us, giving us the opportunity to show them a view pieces of New Mexico.

The Hike

Kasha-Katuwe Hike.PatSteveSharon.2017-10-09 (One half of the hike, the ascent to the top.)

After spending the morning in Santa Fe (Pat & Sharon) and flying north to Abiquiu (Steve and me), we went to Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument.  Such a great place to show visitors one of New Mexico’s “wonders”.


Total Distance:  2.66 miles
Elevation: start 5,758 ft, maximum 6,382 ft,  minimum 5,758 ft
Gross gain: 624 ft.  Aggregate ascending 922 ft, descending 9.22 ft
Maximum slope: 74% ascending, 74% descending, 16% average
Duration: 1:45 (ascent; coffee break and descent unknown)

GPS Track Files for Download
I urge you to explore our hiking tracks with Google Earth. With the virtual 3-dimensional presentation, achieved by panning and tilting the view, you can get a much better idea of the hikes and terrain than you can get from the 2-dimensional screenshot above. For assistance: Using Google Earth Track Files.
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