Bandelier National Monument

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15 Entrance Road, Los Alamos, NM
Los Alamos, United States 87544
(505) 672-3861 x 517
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Bandelier National Monument is a national park chiefly known for Pueblo Indian cliff dwellings.  There is a small museum at the visitor's center, but the main attraction is the 70+ miles of hiking, most leading to or passing near Pueblo village ruins.
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It's a long drive; don't think you've overshot it.
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First To Review: India G.
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Oct 7, 2009
Bandelier is a gorgeous national park, but go in a group because the entry fee is $12/car, which is a lot for one person.

The trails I went on were clear and easy to use, but not awkwardly civilized. Perhaps it was my timing, but once I was past the main loop trail, I was alone for most of the rest of the hike, which was lovely. Be sure to take the trail to the Long House, which requires climbing 140 feet of ladders. Don't worry: it's not all once and the ladders are very secure. There's a fantastic kiva at the top, and the view along the valley is great.
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Jun 27, 2010
Interesting place.
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