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Tent Rocks Nat'l Monu Scenic Overlook
New Mexico

At the end of the mile-long canyon trail, there is a "Vista Point" where you can see in all directions. This is essentially at the top of the mesas that surround the canyon, and you walk through the riverbed to get up there.

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