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Ranked #1 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Trams; Mountains
The world's longest aerial tram ride takes visitors 2.7 miles to the 10,000-foot peak of the Sandia Mountains.
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Ranked #2 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Parks
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Ranked #3 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
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Ranked #4 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Aquariums; Zoos; Gardens
Owner description: Park complex offering three main sections the whole family can enjoy: Albuquerque Aquarium, Rio Grande Botanic Garden and Rio... more » Owner description: Park complex offering three main sections the whole family can enjoy: Albuquerque Aquarium, Rio Grande Botanic Garden and Rio Grande Zoo. « less
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Ranked #5 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
A 1.5-million-acre park whose elaborate trail system includes La Luz Trail, which climbs over 3,300 feet in nine miles.
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Ranked #6 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Gardens
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Ranked #7 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Hiking Trails
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Ranked #8 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: State Parks; Historic Sites; Monuments/ Statues
Owner description: This park contains the remains of a 17th-century church, where park rangers explain the tortured history of the Indians and... more » Owner description: This park contains the remains of a 17th-century church, where park rangers explain the tortured history of the Indians and the Spaniards in this area. « less
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Ranked #9 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: State Parks
Owner description: This 270-acre region of riverside forest and meadows offers hiking trails along the Rio Grande River and is considered an... more » Owner description: This 270-acre region of riverside forest and meadows offers hiking trails along the Rio Grande River and is considered an excellent spot for birdwatching and viewing wildlife. « less
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Ranked #10 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Biking Trails
An easy 17-mile biking trail starting at Corrales Bridge.
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Ranked #11 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Parks
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Ranked #12 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Parks
Roads take you past the volcanos that loom around Albuquerque.
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Ranked #13 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #14 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Parks
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Ranked #15 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Bodies of Water

This is a wonderful spot to spend the day feeding the ducks. It's beautiful and there are lots of benches and resting spots around the pond. Be sure to bring cracked corn for the... more »

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Ranked #16 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Bodies of Water
Ranked #17 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Parks
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Ranked #18 of 21 Outdoors in Albuquerque
Category: Biking Trails; Mountains
Albuquerque's top mountain-biking area.
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Category: Caverns/ Caves
Located in Bandelier National Monument, this was the cave where the Indian inhabitants had their ceremonies.
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Owner description: Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, the Southwest's first urban refuge will serve as an urban oasis for both wildlife and... more » Owner description: Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, the Southwest's first urban refuge will serve as an urban oasis for both wildlife and people on a former dairy farm just a few miles south of New Mexico's largest metropolitan area. Urban refuges such as Valle de Oro, offer unique environmental education and recreation opportunities in highly populated areas. « less
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