Jemez Canyon Inn

Address: Canyon Court State Hwy 4, Jemez Springs, New Mexico, 87025, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on Canyon Court State Hwy 4, Jemez Springs, is near Jemez Springs Bath House, Jimez State Monument, Spence Hot Springs, and Soda Dam.
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    Travel Blogs from Jemez Springs

    18. Cuba to Grants (2 days, 120 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 13, 2014

    15 photos

    ... and guide ropes with breeze blocks. We popped the beers that Scott had lugged up with him and toasted another awful day in New Mexico and a truly unromantic camp spot - the back side of a derelict mini market. The wind has started to die down as we lie in the tent although we can still hear it howling. We hope that with no wind tomorrow we can cover the ground to Grants quickly - another day like today would be crushing, but not unexpected. Day ...

    17. Abiquiu to Cuba (2 days, 80 miles)

    A travel blog entry by thomsontrolls on Oct 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... jammed in the easiest gears, meaning we were back pedalling, pushing and riding in gears too high to climb all day. The trail we took off the ridge was flooded in places and started to resemble a river bed, and when we finally reached the highway at the point where the rain was frighteningly heavy, it wasn't even pavement, but gravel. Not only this, but there were four miles of road works where the mud was churned up worse than anywhere else on the route, to the ...

    Sledding Down a Sand Dune

    A travel blog entry by evieandstaci on Jun 26, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... baby tornadoes. They were small swirly winds carrying dust and debri. After a quick Google search, we learned that they are called dust devils. We continued driving into the mountains, and the color of the mountains ranged from a light, dusty tan to a deep, brick red color. The pueblo buildings of the original inhabitants were also amazing to see. The architecture was so different from anything we had seen before.

    We arrived to the Elk Mountain ...

    Bandelier NM/ Los Alamos - Home of the Atomic Bomb

    A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on May 30, 2013

    1 comment, 57 photos

    ... was a flash flood in the canyon with the water rising to over four feet. Some of the items were destroyed at the museum. They are just beginning to get all the services back from the damage the flood did. You can still see the sandbags in place in case it happens again.

    The main trail that we took was great. We hiked by ruins, cave dwellings that you could walk to and climb ladders. Alcove was a little to high for both of us but we ...

    The "prep"

    A travel blog entry by pjspatz on May 18, 2013

    4 comments

    ... to call collect if I had any problems.......of the difference! Mostly packed.....waiting for the Taos loot, and hoping I have planned correctly.....it's so hard planning for the unknown. I will say it is the first time in my recollection as an adult that I have not packed either cowboy boots or jewelry! Unheard of! I will say, I am glad I am only leaving animal"children" and not human ones.....I have spent more time and MUCH more $$$ on prepping them for my leave then ...

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