Kindly make it the way it was, put the water bacvk Says Dr. Jack
Los Alamos is on the western edge of the Jemez Mountains, not the San Juans. The reservoir has been closed to the public since the Cerro Grande Fire in May of 2000. The fire and the flooding that followed did extensive damage to the landscape and facilities.
This lake is so wonderful. Good hiking is available along the Highline Trail. Not enough hours in a day to enjoy the San
Juan and Jemez Mountains. A great close by hotel is Comfort Inn & Suites Los Alamos; Los Alamos Reservoir is splendid enough to spend more than a day at, Camp May is a splendid local campground.