NM True TV - Hiking Jack's Creek in the Pecos
Exercise, fresh air, stunning views, ample wildlife, and the opportunity to bring out your cellphone only to take pictures might sound like a deal that is too good to be true, unless you are hiking in one of New Mexico’s wilderness areas. In this case that magic combination came together for the NM True Crew along Jack’s Creek in the Pecos Wilderness. And they are kind enough to take us along on the their walk.
New Mexico Pecos Wilderness Big Horn Sheep Hunt
Join the crew as they take a hunter on their once in a lifetime Big Horn Sheep hunt in the Pecos wilderness.
Pecos Wilderness, NM; West Santa Barbara Creek
July 17-19, 2017 - Documents scenery from this 3-day trip in the New Mexico's Pecos Wilderness; up West Santa Barbara Creek and over the Santa Barbara Divide and down to Truchas Lake. MUSIC: PRELUDE TO FAITH by John Michael Talbot
Pecos National Historic Park New Mexico
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Pecos National Historic Park New Mexico
Middle Fork Trail, Rio Santa Barbara, in the Pecos Wilderness, NM
NM True TV - Pecos River Fly Fishing
You could call it the best fly fishing on either side of the Pecos, since you’re casting your flies while standing in the river’s bubbling mountain water. Michael and the NM True Crew find they like the area almost as much as the fish seem to. In this case the fun of the fishing might actually distract your attention from the beauty that surrounds you.
Pecos National Historical Park, New Mexico
Pecos National Historical Park is a National Historical Park in the U.S. state of New Mexico. It is located about 17 miles (27 km) east of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pecos National Historical Park is composed of several noncontiguous units. The main unit of the park preserves the ruins of Pecos Pueblo. The main unit also protects the remains of Mission Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Porciúncula de los Pecos, a Spanish mission near the pueblo built in the early 17th century. A 1.25-mile (2 km) self-guiding trail begins at the nearby visitor center and winds through the ruins of Pecos Pueblo and the mission church.
Red Rock Wildlife Area - Southwestern New Mexico
1,530 dry and mountainous acres with some wet meadows along the Gila River that serves as a refuge for desert bighorn sheep. Nearby to Gila Wilderness—the nations first wilderness area--for great backpacking, hiking, hunting for trophy elk and mule deer, bear, cougar, or fishing for native Gila trout, rainbow trout and German brown trout in the Gila River, San Francisco River and Mimbres River. Nearby attractions include Siver City, the former mining town and ghost town of Mogollon, and the famous Catwalk near Glenwood. Lots of New Mexico history: from Apache Indian warriors like Geronimo and Victorio to Aldo Leopold who was a forest ranger on the Gila National Forest. ----------
Location: New Mexico. About 26 miles above Lordsburg on the north side of the Gila River. ----- Source of Information: Public Lands -
Lincoln National Forest, New Mexico
Nature footage from the Lincoln National Forest around Cloudcroft, NM
The PALS History - Clothing 2200
The history and development of the Phillips Arctic Living System (PALS). This story and the experiences of Jim Phillips' playing, working and living in the cold spans the period form 1957 to the present. It all began in 1957 with the first snow camp at Hyde Park in the Sangre De Cristo mountains east of Santa Fe, New Mexico. From there the winter adventures included Lake Katherine, Pecos Baldy and the Truchas Divide in the Pecos Wilderness and on to winter camps at Wolf Creek Pass, Colorado, Mt. Washington, New Hampshire and many other cold places in the lower 48. The ultimate snow camps began in 1968 as winter trips for weeks above the Arctic Circle in both the Alaskan and Canadian Arctic.
Jim's training of others on the PALS approach has included all branched of the U.S. military and thousands of individuals and families in hundreds of classes all across the United States and Canada. He even trained James Lovell (commander of Apollo 13) for his private North Pole adventure in 1987.
Jim teaches hundreds of people Winter Without Worries™ in classrooms and takes others into the winter wilderness in his SnoCollege™ field classes. You can learn about these in the You Tube video A Winter Without Worries Experience, on JimsWay.com and SafeHarborAlliance.com.
Pecos, New Mexico - In Memory of the Crypto Jews
© (2015) Photographs by Shoshana Avigail
Music by Pharaoh's Daughter - Hagar
Whenever I'm in northern New Mexico I can't help but be reminded of all of the lives that were lost between 400 - 500 years ago. Not only were the native Americans slaughtered by the Spanish, yet also Jews who were in hopes of escaping the Spanish Inquisition. Unfortunately, the conquistador followed them into Mexico and throughout the Southwest of the United States, leaving Jews no other option but to go into hiding and or convert. There are so many New Mexicans who have no clue that their ancestors were Jewish.
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FREE CAMPING! PECOS RIVER PICNIC AREA - COMSTOCK, TX
We found an awesome Free Camping spot in Comstock, TX. Right on the Pecos River! View the coordinates and all other info here :
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Gila National Forest Overland Trip
The Gila National Forest and Wilderness Area in western New Mexico offers one of the best back country roads experiences that is available in the southwest United States. The wildlife is so abundant in this very well maintained and protected forest system. With it being so dry and the roads so well maintained, we didn't require 4x4 this time but we now know where to go for that type of experience in the future. Having been in the spring and fall, we found the fall season to be much greener and vibrant.
With the Mogollon winter gate still being closed, we went in through Reserve which actually turned out to be to our benefit. We were only in the pines for an hour and we were able to see elk, an owl and a bobcat all just before a beautiful sunset way up high in the pines. We had to help a forest employee who broke down deep in the woods. Hope all is good Amy. We stayed at Snow Lake Friday, a quiet lake on Saturday and south to Black Canyon on Sunday. We encountered 2 small twisters that were quite fun, one on the video and one on foot that hurt a little. We found a new waterfall and hiking area along the route as well. I have to say this area does have the most wildlife I have ever scene in one small area. Best bang for your buck in the southwest.
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Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway
Venture off the freeway and explore the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway and learn how you can have the perfect day trip linking Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Dan Monaghan, with the New Mexico Tourism Department, shows us how to experience a rich part of New Mexico history.
Sandia Mountains - New Mexico, United States
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Sandia Mountains New Mexico
The Sandia Mountains tower 5,000 feet over the flood plains of the Rio Grande, making a 37,000 acre wilderness area a short drive from Albuquerque.
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Travel blogs from Sandia Mountains:
- ... As I drove out of Albuquerque, I looked back to be blown away with one of the most memorable moments on my trip: the setting sun's colouration of the Sandia Mountains, so named for the watermelon hues ...
- ... On to the Sandia Peak tram, a 15-minute vertiginous trip rising 3000 feet to the top of the Sandia Mountains ...
- ... So what seemed like an eternity later we finally started driving through the Sandia Mountains and approached Albuquerque ...
- ... This time it's the Turquoise Trail which follows the ridge of Sandia Mountains ...
- ... It's set between the Rio Grande and the Sandia Mountains ...
- ... headwinds determined I had to land for fuel and went into Tucumcari, then on toward ABQ where I could not get past the Sandia mountains because of low ceilings and rain, so went way south to circumnavigate and finally landed at Double Eagle airport and ...
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- Snowballs in shorts? Sandia Mountains by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
- Fresh Snow on the Sandia Mountains by Johnrandall from a blog titled Alba-coy-kee
- Sandia Mountains Through the Pine by Neilchampion from a blog titled Sandia Crest National Scenic Byway
- Pete and the Sandia Mountains by Neilchampion from a blog titled Sandia Crest National Scenic Byway
- Sandia Mountains by Haileygoneagain from a blog titled Our Lady of Guadalupe Abbey
DJI Phantom aerial video of The Oldest Church and Cross of the Martyrs in Santa Fe New Mexico
This is a video of the San Miguel Mission also known as the Oldest Church in the United States and the Cross of the Martyrs in Santa Fe New Mexico. Filmed by Louis Martinez with a Phantom quad copter. Lakehouse by Of Monsters and Men
Pecos National Historic Park, Santa Fe, New Mexico (HD) - 2009
One of the many visits we made during our Summer 2009 trip from TX to LA, LA to Thailand to Cambodia back to Thailand, to LA and LA to Vancouver then back to TX!
DJI Spark-Monastery Lake, Pecos NM
Finally had a chance to fly my spark in 2018! Wasn't a long flight but always fun to explore a new area and get an interesting perspective.
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Pecos National Park | 10,000 years of history
Pecos - A cultural crossroads. For over 10,000 years this landscape has been the backdrop for Pueblo and Plains Indians, Spanish conquerors and missionaries, Mexican and Anglo armies, and settlers traveling the Santa Fe Trail. Deserted since 1838, all that remains of this vibrant pueblo are remains of the foundations, a few kivas and the Franciscan mission.
Driving Through Truchas, NM