Walk in the part of the fascinating Fourth Ward Historical Neighborhood that is near Mary Fox Park. There are quite a few well-restored and maintained houses from the 1890s through the first part of the 20th century. Unlike many parts of the city, the sidewalks are wide and well maintained. This walk is suitable for motorized wheelchair users. Walk distance is approximately 1.5 miles. There are no benches or restrooms. Bring your binoculars, camera, water, and clothing layers. Limited enrollment.

Michaela Karni a long-time Albuquerque resident, has been leading walks as part of the Oasis Walking Albuquerque group. Her specialty is the history and architecture of Albuquerque neighborhoods. She graduated from UNM with a major in English and a minor in history and also earned her MA from UNM. Colston Chandler, an Albuquerque resident for more than 50 years and a UNM professor of physics for 36 of those years, is an outdoor enthusiast who has led many Oasis walks (primarily in the Bosque).