See Over 100 Petroglyphs on This Short, Family Friendly Hike in Albuquerque
Boca Negra Canyon is a nice place to stop in Albuquerque if you are looking for some ancient rock art. In this part of Petroglyphs National Monument, you can hike up a hill covered in history with over 100 petroglyphs that can be seen. This short, family friendly hike in Albuquerque is about half a mile long with less than 100 feet of elevation gain. Make sure to stop by the other parts of the national monument when you are finished here! Please follow our Newsbreak account Roadtrippin' with Takacs for more hiking and camping content. If you have any questions, you can always reach us on Instagram: Jason’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jason_takacs/ Alison’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alison.takacs/
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