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.
Turquoise Trail - New Mexico, United States
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Turquoise Trail New Mexico
Quirky, scenic drive along Route 14 from Albuquerque to Santa Fe.
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Travel blogs from Turquoise Trail:
- ... (about 50 miles) We took the ' Turquoise Trail,' the scenic route ...
- ... DAY 21, Wednesday, Turquoise Trail -Today we drove from Santa Fe to Albuquerque via the historic Turquoise Trail, famous for turquoise mining ...
- ... This time it's the Turquoise Trail which follows the ridge of Sandia Mountains ...
- ... Cut North before Albuquerque to follow the Turquoise trail to Santa Fe (a trade route since before 2000ad) the scenery is breathtaking with so many shades of pink to deep ...
- ... We traveled north via the Turquoise Trail, one of New Mexico 's scenic tours - a back road that leads north to Santa Fe via hwy 14 ...
- ... pero ninguno en el cielo sera por falta de fe Le lendemain, nous arrivons enchantes a Santa Fe: la Turquoise Trail est magnifique, avec des paysages desertiques, caillouteux, quelques falaises, des grandes routes americaines comme on les imagine ...
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- Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Photos in this video:
- Cerillos Turquoise Museum on Turquoise Trail by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
- Garden of the Gods - Turquoise Trail by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
- Sandia Crest - Turquoise Trail NM by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
- SJ on Turquoise Trail by Sjandbuddy from a blog titled 3 sista's reunited
- The Turquoise Trail by Thesteeles from a blog titled Coal Mine Museum
- Turquoise Trail by Lstoneham from a blog titled New Mexico--Santa Fe Albuquerque Amazing Scenery
New Mexico's Turquoise Trail Time Lapse Drive
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This drive takes you south on the Turquoise Trail, New Mexico Route 14, from just outside of Santa Fe to just outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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USA 2010 : Albuquerque & Turquoise Trail (New Mexico)
Nous ne ferons qu'un bref arrêt dans le centre historique d'Albuquerque, la ville n'offre pas un intérêt majeur, d'autres villes du Nouveau Mexique marqueront davantage les touristes (Santa fe, Taos...), nous prendrons ensuite la route de la Turquoise Trail, jalonnée par d'anciennes cités minières dont Madrid, où nous aimerons flâner et tremper dans l'atmosphère plutôt babacool rappelant les seventies...
Turquoise Trail Natl Scenic Byway
Eclectic. That's the best word to describe the discoveries you will make on this drive from Santa Fe to Albuquerque. It's not the fast way, or the short way... but it is, arguably, the best way to travel between two of New Mexico's key cities
Turquoise Trail to Santa Fe NM
The 54 mile scenic highway from Albuquerque to Santa Fe passing through the mining towns of Golden, Madrid and Cerrillos
Turquoise Trail 2017 Cottonwood Gulch
New Mexico's Turquoise Trail by CostaMesaPhotography
A most fantastic journey in the Land of Enchantment. My complete image gallery is at CostaMesaPhotography.com
VIDEO: Visit Madrid, New Mexico on the Turquoise Trail with me
The National Scenic Byway, Turquoise Trail, is a 70-mile mountain back road connecting Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Dotted by ghost towns being restored by writers, artists and other urban refugees, turquoise, gold, silver, tin, lead and coal have been mined here. The ex-coal-mining town of Madrid is quaint with weathered houses and old company stores being repaired and turned into boutiques and galleries. The movie Wild Hogs was filmed here and the Mineshaft Tavern is a great place to eat.
Turquoise trail Nouveau Mexique 15 juillet2012
Me and the girlfriend riding two up on the Turquoise trail to Santa Fe from Albuquerque in glorious 1080p.
Music : The Bitter Tears - Mudered at the Bar, Stumper
We began our New Mexico adventure on the Turquoise Trail from Albuqerque to Santa Fe. Desert scrub and total isolation...just how we like it!
adrid is a census-designated place (CDP) in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, United States. It is part of the Santa Fe, New Mexico Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 149 at the 2000 census. Today Madrid (pronounced MAD-rid) has become an artists community with galleries lining Route 14 (the Turquoise Trail). It still has remnants of its past with the Mineshaft Tavern and the Coal Mine Museum. The ending of the 2007 film Wild Hogs was set and filmed in the town.
The Turquoise Trail in High Dynamic Range, New Mexico
These are pictures I took along the Turquoise Trail, a scenic drive near Albuquerque that is dotted with near-ghost towns and other picturesque things. I used my Canon EOS 40D SLR and a Canon L-series 24-105mm lens to take them. I produced the high dynamic range shots using Photomatix Pro 3.0, and I touched the pictures up with Adobe Photoshop Elements 7.0. The song in the background is Natalie Merchant's Motherland.
Along the Turquoise Trail
New Mexico travel photos, in sequence, of our eventful journey through the lands of enchantment.
Down the Turquoise Trail from Santa Fe to Albuquerque
Turquoise Trail HWY April 2011
Tinkertown Museum off of HWY 14 near Sandia Park, New Mexico is one of the 10 Wackiest Places in the United States and Fox News listed it among America's Best Little-Known Museums.
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The Turquoise Trail HD
Take ride on the Turquoise Trail in New Mexico with expert guide and photographer Steve Stubblefield. Explore the gold mining town of Golden, walk the streets of Madrid - now an artist mecca - but once a company coal mining operation and final relax in sleepy Cerrillos, the center of turquoise mining for the area's early native peoples. Stagecoaches, cowboys, miners and shades of Zane Gray - they are still alive in the vistas of New Mexico's Turquoise Trail. Enjoy!