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WORLD HERITAGE SITES
With 3 of the nation's 23 UNESCO World Heritage sites, New Mexico has more than any other state: Carlsbad Caverns, Chaco Canyon and Taos Pueblo.
BISTI / DE-NA-ZIN WILDERNESS
Off world ambiance. The Bisti Wilderness is what remains of an ancient river delta that poured into the sea that covered most of New Mexico. A treasure trove for paleontologists and a rugged source of solitude for wilderness enthusiasts.
ORGAN MOUNTAINS-DESERT PEAKS
National Monument preserving cultural, historical and natural resources surrounding the Las Cruces area, encompassing diverse habitat from the Organ Needles to the Chihuahuan Plains.
HWY 4 | THE JEMEZ MOUNTAINS
A convenient day trip or weekend getaway from Albuquerque or Santa Fe. This route provides options: Bandelier, Jemez Monument, hiking, biking, camping, fishing...relaxation amidst beauty.
HWY 84 | THE RIO CHAMA CORRIDOR
Among the many enticing possibilities on this route: Ghost Ranch, Georgia O'Keeffe home/studio tour, Plaza Blanca, multiple lakes, Ojo Caliente, Ra Paulette's cave and the Cumbres Toltec railroad.
HWY 14 | THE TURQUOISE TRAIL
Three mining towns. Three minerals. The first gold rush west of the Mississippi was in Golden. Largest deposit of Anthracite coal was in Madrid. Cerrillos has been mined for turquoise since 500 BC.
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