The Tijeras Tree House is a scenic mountain cabin nestled in magnificent pinyon trees in the Manzano Mountains near Albuquerque. At an altitude of 7500 ft, the temperatures are mild in the summer, fall and spring and provide a great escape from the heat. Mountain biking and hiking trails are accessible in the encompassing Cibola National Forest. During the winter season, snowshoeing and cross country skiing are possible in nearby trails and downhill skiing is available in the Sandia Ski Area located about 20 miles north of the cabin.
The village of Tijeras is a friendly New Mexican community located approximately eight miles north of the cabin, and from there 8 miles west to Albuquerque or 50 miles north to Santa Fe. In Albuquerque, there are excellent restaurants, shopping, theatres, museums, and the International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta that brightens the clear blue skies in early October. Thirty minutes to the south are a spectacular series of Indian and mission ruins that form the Salinas Pueblo National Monument.
This tree house retreat provides a serene location to relax and enjoy the beautiful mountains and cool fresh air. The home includes 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms, with a mountain view from the balcony off the upstairs master bedroom. The main level is surrounded by decks great for dining and peaceful relaxation. The one-acre property is fenced and your dog is welcome. The property is suitable for all ages, and is great for a romantic get-away.
Keywords: Mountains, Cabin, Trees, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Manzano Mountains, East Mountains, Snowshoe, Albuquerque