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Chaco Culture National Historical Park
Chaco Culture National Historical Park features the natural structures that have stood for centuries. This location was home to thousands between 850 and 1250 A.D. Today guests can go on guided tours, hike, ride bikes and enjoy a campfire under the starry sky.
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge
This national wildlife refuge takes advantage of the many tools available to them to manage the lands and the wildlife that call the area home. It is an excellent place to spot birds of various species, including The Rocky Mountain Sandhill Crane.
Very Large Array
The Very Large Array is the premiere astronomical radio observatory in the world. It is made up of 27 radio antennas that form a Y-shaped configuration on the San Agustin Plains. The data that is received from these antennas is electronically combined to give the resolution of an antenna 22 miles across and the sensitivity of a dish 422 feet in diameter. It is a remarkable sight to see even for those who may not understand the technical side of this tourist attraction.
White Sands National Monument
The White Sands National Monument is like no other place on Earth. Located in the Tularosa Basin, this is one of the greatest natural wonders of the world. It features the white sands that New Mexico is known for with large, wave-like dunes that stretch for 275 square miles of desert. This creates the largest gypsum dune field in the world. Take the time to learn more about this monument and explore the area for a memorable adventure.
Pecos National Historical Park
This national historical park is home to the ponderosa pine woodlands of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. This park features the remains of Indian pueblos along with a beautiful landscape and educational artifacts. Learn more about the historic preservation of the area or attend an event such as Civil War History at the Park.
Sandia Peak Tramway
The Sandia Peak Tramway offers a unique transportation experience as you head to the slopes of Sandia Peak for a day full of skiing or snowboarding. The ride up the mountain in the Tram can be just as thrilling as the skiing activities themselves. The tram operates on different days and schedules throughout the year so be sure to check the website for more details.