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Old 05-01-2018, 11:37 PM   #15
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Sitting Bull would be about 80 miles from Guadalupe. Be sure to hike the McKittrick Canyon Trail in the park which is lovely in Fall - if you have any energy left after Guadalupe Peak.
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Petroglyphs Park on the west side of Albuquerque is worth a stop if you like Native American history. It has a huge number of petroglyphs panels. There are some nice RV parks there is you need to spend the night, but we prefer the Bernalillo KOA. Lots of old trees but lots of sand too. It is very close to the Coronado National Monument which doesn’t have much to do with Coronado but does have a number of Native American sites.
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Old 05-02-2018, 11:49 AM   #17
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Ft Davis state park is a great place also with observatory close by. Need at least 3-4 days in Big Bend, Ft. Davis, Alpine. I spend lots of time there. Love the river road from Terilinga to Presido. Too much to do and not enough time. Spring and Fall are best. Summer will see temps of over 110* in Big Bend. Enjoy!
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