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, Soda Dam, and Spence Hot Springs.
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    Travel Blogs from Jemez Springs

    Picnic in the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on May 23, 2015

    30 photos

    ... enough had an fantastic view right down the valley. Then Craig and Reid built Porters Monument on a tree there - it looked a wee bit precarious so not sure how long it will last. We headed back to the picnic spot with Reid hooning through a huge puddle and not giving Craig time to get the window wound up - got him beautifully!

    It was time to pack up so we all chipped in and were soon ready to hit the road. Ryde was the trailblazer and rode his back all the ...

    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

    ... we saw a pick up truck sliding down the hill sideways. Matt's pannier ripped off again, and his camera stopped working due to the rain. When we finally made it to the descent into Cuba, if was dark. For the first time that day, we saw something other than freezing fog and rain as a beautiful blood orange sunset developed. Despite the darkness, the descent brought a real sense of relief - we were going to make it. Soaked, cold, and riding in the dark, we pulled into ...

    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 ...

    Some post-thoughts

    A travel blog entry by pjspatz on May 28, 2013

    ... be it 20 people in a taxi van, or people helping each other with their children it never seems as a ME type of community. Very refreshing in this day and age. The sheer beauty meshed with the amazing history that is Peru will linger with me for a very long time to come.. In Peru it seems even the littlest things are important. Their habit of doing ceremonies even for the littlest things like a full moon truly speaks to ...

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