|60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Albuquerque (2nd edition)
23. Cañada de la Cueva
Garden of the Gods Sculpture Center is now the Turquoise Trail Sculpture Garden
and Studio. Tours can be arranged throughout the year by appointment only.
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This should enhance the hike someday soon...
514 Acres Added to the Burnt Corn Special Recreation Management Area
Land includes archaeologically important sites and new dedicated public access
April 6, 2017
Galisteo Basin, New Mexico
The Trust for Public Land today announced that 514-acres has been added to the Bureau
of Land Management’s (BLM) Burnt Corn Special Recreation Management Area (SRMA)
and the Burnt Corn Area of Critical Environmental Concern (ACEC). The acquisition
provides opportunity for future hiking trails on the property from adjacent open space,
while permanently protecting a culturally-rich area. Public access is planned for the
property after a site-specific management plan is completed.
Located in the Galisteo Basin between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, the property adjoins
Santa Fe County’s Thornton Ranch Open Space, along with other private conservation
lands. This acquisition ensures connectivity within a larger landscape. The permanent
protection of this property is a key component of ongoing multi-partner efforts to create a
new long distance regional trail network within the Galisteo Basin.