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Cochiti Pueblo Warnings and Dangers

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    by jujub Written Nov 18, 2002

    Watch where you step or you might end up stepping on a snake! I luckily missed stepping on the snake -- I was so distracted by the surrounding scenery, that I did not see this snake right in the middle of the path, and I stepped over it -- phew!

    We encountered a park ranger later on, and told him about the snake, which it turns out was a bullsnake -- apparently a "friendly" one, as opposed to the rattlesnake, which by the way, is also found in the surrounding area. So... just don't stick your hands in any dark holes in the ground or in trees... they seem to like the trunks of trees as well...

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Cochiti Pueblo What to Pack

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    by jujub Written Feb 25, 2003

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: A hat, water, comfy shoes, long sleeve shirt if you are hiking very early or very late during the day, your camera, and film. =)

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Cochiti Pueblo Favorites

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    by jujub Written Feb 25, 2003

    Favorite thing: And here is the top of the overview -- everything looks so much smaller...

    On the way down, watch out for loose rocks (slip and slide), you really don't want to get hurt at the top of the overview..

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    by jujub Written Feb 25, 2003

    Favorite thing: This is one look from the overview...

    There are some rocky steps at the steep climb -- be careful not to slide!!

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    by jujub Written Feb 25, 2003

    Favorite thing: This is part of the Canyon Trail... a very welcoming shade =)

    The bands of gray, beige, and pink rocks are a result of layering of volcanic materials, which were carved over time by wind and water, creating canyons and arroyos.

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