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PECOS PUEBLO

Until the arrival of the Spanish Pecos was one of the largest pueblos in New Mexico and a major trading hub between the Plains and Pueblos.

COMMUNING WITH COWS

Cows outnumber humans in New Mexico, which means trips outside the city limits often involve more escapades with heifers than humans.

CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TRAIL

Learn more about the most challenging of America's triple crown distance trails.

10 TIPS FOR VISITORS

Tips to keep you safe while exploring New Mexico, where humans, phones & gas stations are scarce.

CITY OF ROCKS

If the Jetsons took the Flintstones camping on Mars...this is what it would look like.

ROADRUNNERS

Some interesting facts about the fearless little predator that is New Mexico's state bird.

WOLF HORSE OUTFITTERS

Exploring the petroglyphs on Dragonfly Trail near Silver City with Joe from Wolf Horse Outfitters. Outdoor survival tips. horses and Apache history.

ABQ NATURAL RESOURCES

Albuquerque has several places to commune with nature without leaving the city. Here are five between La Luz Trail to the Volcanoes.

JEMEZ MOUNTAINS

Explore the natural resources and history of the Jemez mountains, from the Giusewa Mission Ruins in Jemez Springs to the Valles Caldera, the third largest super volcano in the U.S.

TURQUOISE TRAIL

Mining history from prehistoric turquoise mining to the site of the first gold rush west of the Mississippi. Galleries and gastronomy of Madrid. Hiking, biking and horseback riding options.

SALT MISSIONS SCENIC BYWAY

Heading south from Albuquerque, the Salt Missions Scenic Byway provides the opportunity to explore the ruins of three communities that thrived on the ancient salt trade.

New Mexico Adventure
New Mexico by Drone

1000 miles through windswept deserts, foggy forests and snow capped mountains in the onset of a blizzard.

New Mexico Outdoors
Northern New Mexico Road Trip

Shot predominantly in northern New Mexico by a couple traveling on vacation with their kids and a drone. The drone vantage point definitely provides a fantastic perspective on the size and splendor of New Mexico's landscapes. Though the south wasn't featured, the diversity of terrain is noteworthy.

 

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HAWIKUH | POINT OF FIRST CONTACT

Coronado's legendary Cibola was actually the Zuni village of Hawikuh. Coronado arrived on their doorstep based on the lies of a Spanish priest, who insisted that the streets were paved with gold.

WORLD HERITAGE SITES

With three of the nation's UNESCO World Heritage sites, there is an abundance of natural and cultural heritage to explore.

SPACEPORT AMERICA

Though Virgin Galactic hasn't initiated their orbital flights yet, the amazing facility and visitor center is now open to the public. Located near Truth or Consequences, Spaceport America provides insight into the future of space travel.

BIKE THE BOSQUE

 

PEDAL POWER

 

Ghost Towns

HAGAN & COYOTE

The mining towns on the Turquoise Trail are well known, less so the forgotten communities between there and I-25, north of Albuquerque.

MOGOLLON

This rowdy mining town in the Gila Wilderness was never that accessible, with ore shipped by stagecoach to Silver City, a dangerous journey plagued by bandits and Apache.

CHLORIDE

Chloride was a silver boom town that sprang up in the late 1800s deep in Apache country.

CUCHILLO

Though they experienced a boom related to the mining boom, Cuchillo served as a gateway.

WHITE SANDS

These beautiful, white gypsum sand dunes outside of Alamogordo are a unique testament to New Mexico's intense geological past and an ancient sea that once covered the state.

THE VALLES CALDERA

New Mexico's supervolcano in the Jemez Mountains is a fantastic place to explore. There are activities for outdoor enthusiast and an intense geologic past for the geek inclined.

KASHA-KATUWE | TENT ROCKS

Between Albuquerque and Santa Fe on Cochiti Pueblo, the volcanic tuff and slot canyons of the Jemez volcanic field are a local favorite for hiking and glorious views.

CHALUPAS EL PARAGUA

Based in Espanola for 50 years, El Paragua has helped define northern New Mexico's cuisine. This tasty chicken chalupa is a perfect lunch or dinner entree. All four food groups on a corn tortilla.

RANCHO DE CHIMAYO ADOVADA

Rancho de Chimayo received a James Beard Award in 2016. They are known for their heirloom red chile, which is the pivotal ingredient in this New Mexico classic.

PASQUAL'S CHILE VERDE

New Mexico's version of gravy from a Santa Fe classic. This basic sauce of spicy green chile can be tailored to heat tolerance and used on a condiment for virtually anything.

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