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Pat Hurley Park Overlook
New Mexico

Pat Hurley Park has two developed areas. They are connected by a paved path that winds up the hill. The lower loop circles the Community Center and playground. The upper loop circles grass playfields and a small playground. Combine all the trails for a walk of 1.1 mile.

From: http://www.cabq.gov/parks/prescription-trails/87105/pat-hurley-park

Copyright: Ryan Helinski
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13998x6999
Taken: 12/07/2009
Uploaded: 17/07/2009
Updated: 01/03/2015
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Tags: albuquerque; newmexico; parks
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