"Hiking in the Sandia Mountains" Sandia Peak Tip by MarkJochim

Sandia Peak, Albuquerque: 30 reviews and 45 photos

  North of the Tram Terminal (Astrid Nathan 5/29/93)
by MarkJochim

The Sandia Mountains have numerous opportunities for hiking and rock-climbing. There are dozens of trails from the Northeast Heights area of Albuquerque that lead to the ridge; it's possible to hike to the peak and take the Tram down or vice versa. Other trails exist along the eastern slopes and some even run along the ridge to connect with more trails in the Manzano Mountain Range - south of Tijeras Canyon and I-40.

Phone: 505-856-7325
Website: http://www.sandiapeak.com/

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  • Updated Mar 28, 2003
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