Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Pueblo Canyon Hike

"Hiking is the answer. Who cares what the question is." - Pacific Crest Trail Assoc.

Hiking in Pueblo Canyon

In Nov. 2013, we simplified our exercise regiment. We walk or hike for 1.5 hours per day. We track it with quarters (each one equals 15 min.). If we miss a day - we save the quarters and make it up on the next day or on the weekend. This simplified tracking has worked well for us.

Last Sunday, we went on a hike down into Pueblo Canyon and up the Hamilton Trail to the Los Alamos Co+op and back home. It was a beautiful day even with the cold weather. 

Hoodoos in Pueblo Canyon

We haven't had much snow this year

Fresh animal tracks in the snow

Los Alamos is made up of numerous mesas and canyons


After walking along the canyon floor, we head to the point to Greg's right up the Hamilton Trail

Beautiful Los Alamos looking toward the Sangre de Cristo Mountains 

Greg enjoying the beautiful vista

The cliff side sprinkled with snow is the road up the "main hill" to Los Alamos

We heard this bird gathering before we spotted them in the tree.

Happy New Year every one!
Wishing you an adventure filled 2015

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for following our blog. Happy New Year and keep on hiking!

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  2. At least it was sunny. I can handle the cold and a dusting of snow as long as the sun is out. Looks like a lovely hike and smart way of exercising. Happy New Year!

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