Such it is with Las Conchas Trail… or as AllTrails.com calls it: Jemez River East Fork Trail.
I had had a whole adventure planned a couple weeks ago for my first real two day weekend. Go southwest and then head north to go through the Gilman Tunnels, stop at the visitor center for some trail maps, then head into the Santa Fe National Forest where Tuck and I would visit Jemez Falls (.7 hike) and then a few miles down the road the 3.5 mile hike of East Fork Trail, then finish the day by heading south along the Taos Highway and stopping at a dog friendly vineyard to walk about and have some wine tastings.
But I woke up to this:
The next day was the official “winter weather watch,” and Tucker and I trekked through our neighborhood, reminiscing about Vancouver.
Alltrails.com’s directions led us straight to the trailhead for Jemez River East Fork Trail… except this was the sign: