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White Rock Overlook Park, Los Alamos

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  • Everyone was right, getting here is certainly a challenge, but the views are spectacular... just below us on the river were a group of rafters... made the view that much more spectacular  more »
  • We were staying in a motel across the street from the parking lot where hikers pick up the bus to Bandelier National Monument (you cannot drive your car into the park during high season). In planning ...  more »
  • It is definitely worth the short detour when going to Los Alamos. There is parking at the overlook. The view is down into the Rio Grande River and North and South. Inpressive view so have the camera r...  more »
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  • This overlook provides a clear, open view of the Rio Grande! It's close to town and isn't off of some sketchy dirt road. The only down fall is that the the sun sets in the opposite direction of the overlook BUT it's perfectly placed for sunrises if you can make it there on time!
  • Spectacular long distant views from a place that's not on most tourism maps. Visit after a recent rainfall, and a waterfall is an added bonus.
  • Stunning landscape with the peaceful atmosphere of prehistoric rocks and backdrop of beautiful mountains will have quietly contemplating life or running around like an over excited kid. We got talking to the locals and even after years of exposure to his serene view in every direction, the first thing they ask you is "breathtaking isn't it?" Nuff said. Go see it - you won't regret it. Make sure you go when the sun is up to catch everything.
  • Stunning views of the Upper Rio Grande Valley where volcanic and sedimentary rock formations meet.
  • The views of the Rio Grande are incredible. I believe you can see all the way to CO.