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“The Dale Ball Trail system is a 22 mile network of trails in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Located a short distance from downtown Santa Fe, it is the quickest way to get from the city into the mountains. It offers great opportunities for beginners and advanced hikers alike, along with amazing views of both the surrounding wilderness and back towards the city. The trail features a unique numbered sign system at each trail junction to provide easy navigation, as well as connecting to other local trails, including the Nature Conservancy, Dorothy Stewart and Atalaya Trails.”
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“This park is fun to explore on a sunny day. It has an interesting design with winding paths, swinging benches, a playground, slides, a community garden, and more. You can walk through it on your way to La Choza for lunch! ”
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“Walk around the lush nature preserve and enjoy the best air in the country.”
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Campground
“Easy to get to with amazing views if you make it to the top. Lots of people take their dogs. The trail starts at St. John's College. ”
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“Best dog park in town! Only a brief walk from Casa Alia, the Frank Ortiz Dog Park is a 138 acre off leash park that your furry friend(s) will love.”
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“Great park with a nice playground or a place to take shade in the summer. Great place to put your feet in the Santa Fe River. 2 min walk from house.”
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“Walking loop (5 circuits = 1 mile) Picnic facilities Playground Links to Santa Fe River Trail”
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Mirador
“Less than 15 minutes away! A quick but steep hike that, from the top, overlooks the city of Santa Fe.”
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“Santa Fe's main post office. Long-stayers should consider receiving their mail here as the mail box at the casita is inactive.”
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“The Santa Fe Riverwalk begins on East Alameda Street and is several blocks in length and will take you to downtown Santa Fe, Railyard area, and several residential areas. ”
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“Its a very close gym and indoor pool, and visitors can get daily access passes to classes or the gym”
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“Great equipment for kids to play on. Right next to a walking/biking trail. Easy parking.”
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“This trailhead is easy to find and has a large parking lot, which makes parking easy no matter the crowds. There are trails of varying lengths, many with great views over Santa Fe. I love these trails because you can hike for 30 minutes or 4 hours, choosing different routes to match what you want. At every trail juncture there's a map of the larger trail system, so it's very easy to figure out where you are and where you want to go. You don't need a map--you can just start hiking! Most of the trails are easy to moderate hikes, with sections that climb uphill. ”
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“A 9 hole frisbee course, great walking trail, and tons of space to run around. ”
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