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Travelers Guide to Gallup

Home to over 20,000 people, Gallup is the largest community between Flagstaff and Albuquerque. Due to the remote location, the city is the primary transportation and financial hub for...

Outdoor Recreation Around Gallup

Gallup and McKinley County have invested heavily in developing miles of trails to appeal to outdoor recreation enthusiasts. Regardless of skill level and/or terrain preference, the area around Gallup...

History of Gallup | Railroad to Route 66

The history of Gallup can be traced back thousands of years to the earliest inhabitants of the region. As the influence of the Ancestral Puebloans in Chaco Canyon expanded...

Chaco Canyon National Historical Park

Americans are often preoccupied with ancient cultures on faraway shores, but New Mexicans have the ruins of an ancient, advanced civilization, on par with the ancient Mayans or Aztecs,...

Salmon Ruins & Heritage Park

Chaco Canyon was once the cultural capital of a civilization that dominated the Four Corners region. It spawned over 75 outlier colonies in the 12th century. Chacoan settlers meticulously...

Aztec Ruins

Aztec Ruins National Monument Encompassing 320-acres bordering the City of Aztec in northwestern New Mexico, Aztec Ruins provides a glimpse into an ambitious urban planning project built on the banks...

Shiprock

Shiprock is an iconic stone sentinel, rising 1583 feet above the stark plains of northwestern New Mexico. The National Park Service designated Shiprock as a National Natural Landmark in...

Karl Jansky NRAO Very Large Array (VLA)

Eavesdropping on The Sounds of Silence The Plains of San Agustin are expansive, stretching 55-miles northeast to southwest, ranging from 5 to 15 miles across. Highway 60 crosses the plains,...

Plains of San Agustin

Part of the allure of the American West is the wide-open spaces. There is a thrilling sensation when staring down a long stretch of road, without a human in...

Dawson, New Mexico

Ghost towns litter the back roads in New Mexico. Miners settled most of these abandoned communities, extracting a variety of precious minerals and ores from the mountains and canyons...

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