Explore Box Canyon

0.75 miles  - Out-and-Back Trail

Added by joel barr

This gorgeous canyon offers an array of activities; hiking, cave exploring, rock climbing (bolted sport routes), fire pits, and bouldering.

From one side of the canyon the other is a total of .75 miles of breath taking scenery of the local New Mexico landscape.

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Rock Climbing
Easy Parking
Family Friendly


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Hikes in National Monuments

Very nice hikes through some beautiful rock formations and scenery.

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