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Nestled in the Cibola National Forest, Sandia Crest is also called Sandia Peak. Set at a height of 10679 feet (3255 meters), this ridge is part of the Sandia–Manzano Mountains in New Mexico. The Crest is equipped with a viewing platform and a gift shop. Covered in dense woodlands, the Crest is scattered with fir and spruce trees. The Sandia Crest is a popular place to visit for rock climbing enthusiasts. Climbers can explore various rock formations that are known as the Needle, the Thumb and the Shield.
Not too far from the pleasant buzz of Albuquerque, the wan-colored frame of the majestic Sandia Mountains unfolds across the New Mexican landscape. Protectively corralled by the Cibola National Forest and arising from the Rio Grande basin, these mountains promise an exciting visual interplay from dawn to dusk. Translating into 'watermelon', these mountains shine with a soft rosy glow as the sun dips into the horizon, rewarding hikers with phenomenal views all throughout the mesmerizing wilderness. The Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway also offers panoramic vistas from the mountain crest. Besides its saw-toothed terrain and riveting harmony with nature's elements, the Sandia Mountains are also known to hold treasured relics of a prehistoric Indian group, and sacred secrets that lie deeply entrenched in Pueblo mythology.
Rumor Brewing Company in Cedar Crest was previously known as Ale Republic. This brewery is managed by the owner, Patrick Johnson. They offer a range of craft beers. They also serve delectable pizzas and salads that complement well with their beers. When the weather is warm and sunny, patrons can sit outdoors on the patio while they enjoy their beer. This family-friendly brewery also hosts live music nights and other such events.
Situated on North Bosque Loop, Bosque Farms Community Center was established in 1991. It features a well-equipped kitchen, meeting rooms and a backyard. This center offers space to host various community gatherings. They also organize a number of events for the village’s senior citizens.
Located in Sandia Park, Tinkertown is a quirky museum that is home to a slew of oddball and exciting sights and activities. A creation of carver and painter, Ross Ward, Tinkertown Museum houses a fortune teller, circus performers, caricatures and a huge vintage sailboat, among other delightful sights. The design of the museum is also unique, with its structures being made out of a series of bottles. Housing an eclectic mix of weird and whimsical objects and sights, a day at Tinkertown is sure to be exceedingly fun-filled.
Set in V. Sue Cleveland High School, the Concert Hall is part of the Academy of the Arts department. Opened in 2010, this performance arts center is located in the city of Rio Rancho in New Mexico. This state-of-the-art hall can comfortably seat hundreds of guests at a time. In addition to the hall, the center also houses a theater, orchestra room, dance recital rooms, and more.