For Your Information: Fall Hiking in New Mexico

Prepare for fall hiking season with the Albuquerque Mountain Rescue Coucil

Hiking in the Fall

The cooler temperatures in the fall, make this an ideal time for hiking in New Mexico, but preparing for changes in elevation and temperature, before you hit the trail is important.

Dr. Hans Hurt from the Albuquerque Mountain Rescue Council, joined New Mexico living to emphasize the most important things hikers need to know to avoid a disaster. Some of the essentials on the list are a jacket, sun screen, head lamp and a map, to name a few.

Help support the all-volunteer, Albuquerque Mountain Rescue Council, at their fundraising event tonight at 7 p.m. at the Kimo. Dr. Hurt said the film festival is open to all, with some awesome different outdoor videos of climbing and different events.

All proceeds support the council.

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