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About The East Mountains Area
A really nice section of the East Mountains area near Albuquerque, New Mexico includes places that are part of the wilderness and wildlife areas. You can easily find a nice home to buy in Tijeras, New Mexico and only drive a few minutes or even ride your bike to a trail that can take you for a fun afternoon adventure. I recommend researching different areas to bike, hike, and to walk on your weekends. Make sure to pack some water and snacks too.
Some of my favorite places in the East Mountains area for hiking and walking include Carlito Springs Open Space and Trails, Doc Long Picnic Site, and the Sandia Crest area. There is even some historic places of significance such as the Tijeras Pueblo Archaeological Interpretation Site and Trail located right next and on the same property as the Sandia Ranger Station. I would check out the ruins, see some history, then walk over to the Sandia Ranger Station for some general information trails, maps, places to fish, hike, camp, mountain bike, horse riding, and where wildlife is located at. The Sandia Ranger Station is very helpful, they can let you know where the best places to walk or run are great to check out. Also, they can share great information about which hiking trails are great for backpacking adventures too.
Remember to take your time to enjoy the outdoors in the East Mountains area. This is where the air is clean and fresh. There is more rain fall on this side of the Sandia Mountains. Another great thing about living in the comfortable and cozy areas of the East Mountains is that you have to only drive a few miles from more incredible hiking trails. What is more is that the Manzano Mountains are just south of the East Mountains area. You can spend lots of time outside, getting exercise, living comfortably, and maybe even take your painting supplies with you to paint some beautiful New Mexican landscapes.
There are always awesome surprises and interesting fun facts about Tijeras, New Mexico and the East Mountains area. Also… did you know this one fun fact that the famous and well-known “Musical Highway” here in New Mexico off of highway I-40, which is a small section of the road of historic Route 66 where you will need to really watch your driving speed and drive safely to hear the musical notes played loud, is located right next to beautiful Tijeras, New Mexico? That’s right! You can slow down and listen to “America the Beautiful” play while you drive your car! I recommend driving on historic Route 66 through Tijeras, New Mexico and checking out fun places of interest along the way.
Here are some awesome reasons why you should relocate to the East Mountains area in Tijeras, New Mexico. One is that the San Pedro Creek Estates features stunning vistas and plenty of room for you and your family to roam around with acres of land. Also, The Overlook by San Pedro Creek Estates features a vibrant and lively community that is gated, and home styled in Contemporary Pueblo and Grand Lodge designs. I recommend checking out the communities, seeing if there is a gated community that you would like to become a part of, and find out more about the East Mountains and Tijeras, New Mexico areas.
Schools In The East Mountains
Students living in the east mountain area attend the San Antonito Elementary School and A, Montoya Elementary School, Roosevelt Middle School and Manzano High School.
Students living in Edgewood attend South Mountain Elementary or Route 66 Elementary School, Edgewood Middle School and Moriarty High School