New Mexico

New Mexico is a state of culture, landscapes, and food. It's no wonder why New Mexico's nickname is the 'Land of Enchantment.' Adventure awaits at every corner of this great state.

What to do in New Mexico

Rio Grande
Gorge 

The Rio Grande Gorge is an 800 feet (240 m) gorge that spans 10 miles (16 km) northwest of Taos. The Rio Grande Gorge bridge offers a magnificent view of the long, narrow canyon. 

Santa
Fe

Santa Fe is the capital of New Mexico and is known for its Pueblo-style architecture and as the heart for many creative arts. Santa Fe was founded in 1610 as a Spanish colony.

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Taos
Pueblo

Taos Pueblo is a pueblo belonging to a Taos-speaking Native American tribe. Taos Pueblo is one of the continuously inhabited communities in the United States, as it was built roughly 1,000 years ago.  

Petroglyph
Monument

The Petroglyph National Monument is spread across Albuequere and is home to over 20,000 petroglyphs and amazing desert and mesa views, as well as countless jackrabbits, roadrunners, and other desert animals. 

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Four 
Corners

The Four Corners Monument is where Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico meet and is the only place where four states in the United States meet . Its actual entrance is in San Juan County, New Mexico.

Sandia
Peak

The 10,679 ft (3,254 m) summit of Sandia Peak is accessible by the Sandia Peak tramway. This tramway has the world's third-longest single span and is the longest aerial tram in the Americas.