Aspen Vista is a small picnic site just below Aspen Ski Basin. It also serves as a trail head to the road to Tesuque Peak and the new Alamo Vista Trail to the top of the Santa Fe Ski Hill.
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New Mexico is a land of wide open spaces and we’re lucky many of them have been preserved in national parks, national monuments and national preserves. Below is a list of the federally preserved lands in New Mexico (not including BLM lands) and what you can expect to find at all of them. New Mexico National Monuments: 1. Aztec Ruins National Monument Aztec, NM Pueblo people describe this site as part of their ancestral migrations. Today you can follow their age-old … Read More
What is your passion: fur, feathers, or flowers and fauna? Or perhaps you are an aficionado of rocks and ruins, or the history of Native Americans, Buffalo Soldiers, ranchers and miners? Maybe you look for adventure in hiking, biking, or hunting? All of these interests can be explored with Ted Turner Expeditions on the 156,439 acres of the Ladder Ranch near Truth or Consequences. We met David Barfield, the activities director for Ted Turner Expeditions in Southern New Mexico, at … Read More
Nestled happily in the foothills of the Sangre De Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe is in the Northern Rio Grande Valley on the southern end of the Rocky Mountains. The City of Santa Fe itself sits at a whopping 7,198 ft above sea level, and is the highest capital city and third highest city in America. It doesn’t stop there either. If you head up to Ski Santa Fe you will be at the base elevation of 10,350ft, and if you … Read More