Kasha Katuwe National Monument in New Mexico – Sacred Hoodoos

Kasha Katuwe National Monument – Sacred Hoodoos

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.

Kasha Katuwe National Monument Hoodoos TravelSages
View from the top of Kasha Katuwe.
Kasha Katuwe National Monument Hoodoos TravelSages
Hiking through the spires of Kasha Katuwe.


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Lauren has spent the last 9 months traveling the US (From the southern tip of Florida, to the Arctic Circle and back again) in her truck camper with her partner, Patrick Holt. 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.

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