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What to See
New Mexico
   
     
Angel Peak Angel Peak Scenic Area offers more than 10,000 acres of rugged terrain and is recognized for its scenic and scientific wonders. The nearly 7,000-foot "Angel Peak" is visible for miles in any direction and is surrounded by the Kutz Canyon badlands.

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Aztec Ruins National Monument Aztec Ruins National Monument provides visitors an intimate opportunity to explore ancient ruins built in the 1100s. Aztec Ruins features ceremonial, public, and storage structures as well as the "Great Kiva" the oldest and largest reconstructed Kiva in North America.

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Bisti Wilderness The Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness offers some of the most unusual scenery found in the Four Corners region. This 45,000-acre desolate area of steeply eroded badlands offers the visitor a truly remote wilderness experience.

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    B-Square Ranch is owned and operated by Tommy Bolack. This 12,000-acre ranch serves as a wildlife preserve, experimental farm and working ranch.  The Bolack Museum of Fish and Wildlife and the Bolack Electromechanical Museum are also located on the B-Square Ranch grounds. 

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Chaco Culture National Historic Park Chaco Culture NHP was the center of the Anasazi culture from AD 850-1200.  Preserved structures in the park include Chacoan great houses, public buildings and kivas. The hallmark Chacoan roads and geometric layout of structures constantly captivates visitors, as Chaco Canyon is the largest excavated prehistoric ruins in North America.

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The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is a coal-fired, steam-operated, narrow gauge train that travels through the remote wilderness of the southern Rocky Mountains between Chama, NM and Antonito, CO.

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Dinétah Rock Art & Pueblitos
The Dinétah is the traditional homeland of the Navajo Indian Tribe. The region is full of Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) and Navajo rock art and small Navajo ruins called pueblitos, which is Spanish for “little pueblos.” There is also evidence left by the Ute tribes and early Spanish explorers and settlers.

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Four Corners Monument The Four Corners Monument, also known as Four Corners Tribal Park, is the only unique landmark in the United States where four states intersect at one point: Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado.  The original marker was a simple cement pad, but has since been redone in granite and brass.

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Navajo Lake State Park is the ultimate playground for adventurers with 150 miles of shoreline and over 280 days of sunshine and spectacular scenery.

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Salmon Ruins

Salmon Ruins is one of the largest outlying colonies built in the Chacoan style during the 11th century. Heritage Park is comprised of reconstructed dwelling and habitation areas. Visitors can investigate replicas of a sweatlodge, hogan, tipi, and pithouse. The museum features ancient artifacts and interesting "new" exhibits.

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Shiprock Pinnacle Shiprock Pinnacle is a unique towering rock formation that can be seen for miles in all directions. Shiprock is known to the Navajo as "Tsé Bit' A'í", or rock with wings. The peak is 7,178 feet above sea level, and is at the center of three volcanic pressure ridges that pushed the rock skyward millenniums ago.  Due to its sacred nature, climbing is not permitted.

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