Saturday, January 28, 2012

Camino Encantado loop

 Yesterday, Erin and I walked a loop off Barranca Mesa and along Bayo Canyon, circumnavigating Camino Encantado. Much of this is along old roads, which is kind of cool. I checked a book on the topic out of the library and am looking forward to reading it.

In the homestead era, this road along a bench in Bayo Canyon was one of the principal routes up to the Pajarito Plateau. I suspect it looked much as it does now. There is a rather impressive drop a few feet to the right.

This is where one of the town’s sewer lines dives off the mesa.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks - I'm glad to see that the Bayo Canyon Bench looks snow free!

    Dorothy Hoard's book, Historic Roads of Los Alamos is a great resource for hikers! The history brings our trails alive!