Kasha Katuwe is a national monument administered by the BLM in New Mexico. It’s an easy, beautiful hike through a canyon filled with towering hoodoos and ending at an expansive overlook of the wondrous spires. It’s still a sacred site for Native Americans, so check the web to ensure it isn’t closed for a holy day before you go. Also note that the park closes by 4pm and has limited parking, so try to avoid coming on weekends or typically busy holidays.
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Lauren is a 'digital nomad' (for lack of a less obnoxious term) who works, lives, and travels out of her truck camper with her partner, Patrick, and dog, Odin, the one-eyed Wirehaired Pointing Griffon. She started TravelSages in the summer of 2013, and has since founded a digital marketing consultancy, called LyteYear, and a sustainability brand, called RePrint. Before moving into her tiny mobile home, Lauren lived in Chicago for 6 years, pursued two graduate degrees, studied abroad at Oxford, worked for a summer in Hong Kong, and traveled to various countries in between. She has a mildly unhealthy love of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Netflix, and breweries with good New England IPAs.