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La Llorona trail stroll along the Rio Grande
The La Llorona trail is a flat, gravel-bed trail along the Rio Grande. The portion we'll be hiking starts at La Llorona Park, and goes south to/past the I-10 overpass. The plan is to walk the trail for an hour and then turn around and head back to the cars. We should get 5-6 miles in. This trail is completely flat (i.e. easy), and please bring a flashlight (I don't plan on using them but it can't hurt to be prepared). DISTANCE: ~5-6 mi, out and back. ELEVATION GAIN: zero FEES: None. Of course, if you carpool, please compensate your driver for gas! DURATION: 2 hours. Should finish by 8:15pm. PET FRIENDLY? Yes. Have a way to restrain your dog. (you shouldn't need be told to bring a proper leash), and if you'd like to unleash, ask others before you do so. SKILL LEVEL: beginner friendly. TERRAIN: paved asphalt trail as well as a sections of gravel-bed trail. WEATHER: TBD. See the NWS report for the trailhead. ( OPTIONAL AFTERWARDS: Decide during hike ***Caution/Disclaimer: Each individual hiker is responsible for their own personal safety/health and of their guests when participating in Jornada Hiking & Outdoor Club activities. The organizers of Jornada Hiking & Outdoor Club and the Jornada Hiking & Outdoor Club are not liable for any illness, injury, accident, mechanical break-down, or unforeseen acts that may occur while you participate going to, during, or after any activity. If you have a medical condition that may be aggravated by any kind of physical activity you must make your own personal decision about attending and not hold any of the volunteer organizers liable. All organizers are volunteers and are not compensated during any activity.***

La Llorona Park

3462 W. Picacho Ave. · Las Cruces, NM

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We hike in the area of Las Cruces, New Mexico (including Gila Wilderness, Deming, Alamogordo, Ruidoso, and Silver City), and El Paso, Texas.

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