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Easy to find off Hwy 4 as soon as you exit Jemez Springs. Pull off and walk down to the falls/river and salt rock cave. Can be slippery. You can also wasps around the Dam and climb to the very top. Easy in and out....More
Couldn't even stop on the side of the road to look over. They had it all roped off since They Are in stage 3 fire protection cuz of the drought. Almost everything was roped off and closed. But from what I could from the road...More
You have to see this place its so natural and intriguing. I appreciate that they have left it open to the public and also left it to continue in its natural state. Some water runs down alongside the road which really gives it that untouched...More
We were staying in a VRBO in Jemez Springs for the weekend and we decided to take the kids for a drive a stop by here. You have to park on the side of the main road and climb over the railing to go exploring....More
You cannot help but notice Soda Dam while driving along Route 4; you don't have to go out of the way at all.. Just a 15 minute pause in your driving is all you need to view it You can walk about a city block's...More
Soda Dam, a natural rock formation, is located near Jemez Springs, NM--an hour north of Albuquerque. Over the ages, a cold water stream has eaten away at the "dam" and the water flows through it. On the other side of the road, there is hot...More