Frijoles Canyon

photo: Remnants of Tyuonyi Pueblo in Frijoles Canyon. Photo by By VitaleBaby.

Type: Backcountry
Length: 9.00 miles
Loop Trail? No
Allowed Uses: Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Agency: National Park Service
Entry Fee? No
Parking Fee? No

See more details.

Become an NRT Ambassador

Join a cadre of volunteers to help improve the data on this trail.

Directions

Location: At Bandelier National Monument near Laos Alamos.
State(s): New Mexico
Counties:
Latitude: 35.73208
Longitude
: -106.22382

Driving directions are not available for this trail. Can you provide this missing data?

Description

Not Available. Can you provide this missing data?

Additional Details

Primary Surface: Not Available
Secondary Surface: None
Elevation Low Point: Not Available
Elevation High Point: Not Available
Elevation Gain (cumulative): Not Available

Year Designated:
1983

Contact Information

For more information and current conditions, contact the trail manager (listed below). For questions, suggestions, and corrections to information listed on the website, contact American Trails.

Trail management:
Bandelier National Monument
HCR 1
Box 1, Ste. 15
Los Alamos , NM 87544 -9701

 

Photos

Remnants of Tyuonyi Pueblo in Frijoles Canyon. Photo by By VitaleBaby.

Remnants of Tyuonyi Pueblo in Frijoles Canyon. Photo by By VitaleBaby.

Main south-facing cliff at Bandelier National Monument. Photo by Dicklyon.

Main south-facing cliff at Bandelier National Monument. Photo by Dicklyon.

 

The Frey Trail switchbacks out of Frijoles Canyon and leads to Juniper Campground. Photo by Sally King courtesy NPS.

The Frey Trail switchbacks out of Frijoles Canyon and leads to Juniper Campground. Photo by Sally King courtesy NPS.

Frijolito Loop Trail passes through the Pinon-Juniper woodland and offers expansive views of the surrounding area. Photo by Sally King courtesy NPS.

Frijolito Loop Trail passes through the Pinon-Juniper woodland and offers expansive views of the surrounding area. Photo by Sally King courtesy NPS.

 

Tarantulas are commonly seen on the Frijolito Loop Trail in autumn. Photo by Sally King courtesy NPS.

Tarantulas are commonly seen on the Frijolito Loop Trail in autumn. Photo by Sally King courtesy NPS.

Reviews

No reviews are available. Be the first to leave one!

 



Enter our contest

We're giving away one Trail Boss mug per month through the end of 2018. Leave a review of this or any trail to be entered into the drawing.

Suggest an Edit

Do you see a problem with this trail data? Contact us below: