Best Things To Do in Ruidoso, New Mexico NM
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List of Best Things to do in Ruidoso, New Mexico (NM)
Lincoln National Forest
Ruidoso Downs Race Track
Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts
Noisy Water Winery
Museum of the Horse
Free Spirits at Noisy Water
Grindstone Lake Trail
Mescalero Apache Reservation
Top 12. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Ruidoso, New Mexico
Top 12. Tourist Attractions & Things to Do in Ruidoso, New Mexico: Lincoln National Forest, Ruidoso Downs, Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts, Noisy Water Winery, Ski Apache, Casino Apache, Museum of the Horse, Pillow's Funtrackers, Free Spirits at Noisy Water, Grindstone Lake, Mescalero Apache Reservation, Billy The Kid Casino
yoloTX visits Ruidoso, New Mexico a premier resort destination in Southern New Mexico
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Ruidoso is a premier resort destination in Southern New Mexico. Ruidoso is a small mountain village located in Lincoln County in the Sacramento Mountains of South Central New Mexico. The community of 8,000 people sits at an elevation of over 7,000 feet, which makes Ruidoso the most popular tourism destination in the region. The Village of Ruidoso is governed by a Mayor, Village Council and Village Manager and Staff. The Village offers a wide range of services to its residents, including the Sierra Blanca Regional Airport.
Ruidoso is surrounded by over a million acres of forest and wilderness. The Lincoln National Forest, the White Mountain Wilderness Area and the Bureau of Land Management’s Fort Stanton National Conservation Area offer hundreds of miles of multi-use trails and is an ideal destination for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and camping. Ruidoso is located in the Smokey Bear Ranger District for the Lincoln National Forest. Smokey Bear, the bear cub that became the symbol of forest fire prevention, was rescued by firefighters from Fort Bliss Army Base after a forest fire in the Capitan Mountains in 1950. After his passing in 1976, Smokey was returned home to Capitan and now rests at the Smokey Bear Historical Park.
The Ruidoso Downs Racetrack and Casino located in nearby Ruidoso Downs brings tens of thousands of visitors to the area during racing season, Memorial Day through Labor Day. The All-American Futurity is held annually on Labor Day; the race is the richest quarter horse race in the world with a purse of over $3 million.
Adjacent to Ruidoso one may also find the Mescalero Apache Reservation. The Mescalero Apache are native to this region; the present reservation was established in 1883. The 463,000 acre reservation lies on the eastern flank of the Sacramento Mountains and borders the Lincoln National Forest. The Mescalero Tribe owns and operates both Ski Apache and the Inn of the Mountain Gods, the areas only full service resort hotel.
The Ruidoso Valley Chamber of Commerce is the most vibrant organization in the Ruidoso community. With 500 members from all segments of the Ruidoso area business community, the Chamber is a proactive force that is engaged with the community and provides essential services to our local businesses. The Chamber organizes three of the biggest events of the year: The Ruidoso Art Festival, a juried fine arts show that takes place during the last weekend in July, the Aspenfest Parade, held on the first Saturday of October, and the Festival of Lights Parade held on the first Saturday night in December.
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Inn of the Mountain Gods, Ruidoso, New Mexico, June 2018
Trip to Inn of the Mountain Gods and surrounding area in Ruidoso, New Mexico, June 25 - 28, 2018.
New Mexico True OVERview
Three minutes of aerial video, all around beautiful New Mexico.
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Shot with DJI Inspire 1 and DJI Phantom Vision 2 Plus
All flights were either in non-restricted airspace or with permission.
Scenes (in order of first appearance):
Santa Fe skyline
Las Cruces from I-10 rest area (w/ “The Roadrunner” by Olin Calk)
Valles Caldera National Preserve
Rio Grande Gorge near Taos
Black Range outside Kingston, near Emory Pass
Taos Ski Valley
Blue Hole, Santa Rosa
Twin Warriors Golf Club, Santa Ana Pueblo
San Lorenzo Canyon near San Acacia
Rio Grande Rafting (Racecourse section)
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
Bottomless Lakes State Park
Clayton Lake State Park
Elephant Butte Lake State Park
Rio Grande at Arroyo Hondo
Rio Grande at Corrales
Storrie Lake State Park
Sugarite Canyon State Park
Western New Mexico University, Silver City
Santa Ana Star Center, Rio Rancho
Lea County Courthouse, Lovington
Union County Courthouse, Clayton
Fort Sumner Historic Site/Bosque Redondo Memorial
National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque
Las Vegas (Plaza, Charlie’s Spic and Span, Castaneda Hotel, Highlands University)
San Jose de Gracia Church, Las Trampas
El Santuario de Chimayo
Artesia (and “Derrick Floor & Oilfield Pioneer Monument” and “Partners” sculptures)
Lake Carlsbad Beach Park, Carlsbad
Clayton and Eklund Hotel
Silver City Downtown
The Lodge at Cloudcroft
Hobbs High School
Cleveland High School, Rio Rancho
Lovington High School
City of Rocks State Park
Hobbs Welcome Sign
Trestle Recreation Area, Cloudcroft
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, Las Cruces
Ghost Ranch Education & Retreat Center
Hubbard Museum of the American West, Ruidoso Downs
Brantley Lake State Park
Burro Avenue, Cloudcroft
Rockwind Community Links, Hobbs
Elephant Butte Dam
Zia Park Racetrack, Hobbs
John Dunn Bridge, Arroyo Hondo
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Victory Ranch Alpacas, Mora
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument, Las Cruces
Santa Fe Railyard
Sandia Peak Tramway, Albuquerque
The Town of Taos - Best Outdoor Recreational Destination - New Mexico 2011
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San Felipe Neri Church Albuquerque New Mexico
San Felipe de Neri Church is a historic Catholic church located on the north side of Old Town Plaza in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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Old Town Albuquerque
San Felipe De Neri Church
Los Alamos Historical Museum
Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos
Tour Inside White Sands Missile Range Museum
Tour Outside White Sands Missile Range Museum
VIsit White Sands Monument
Palace of the Governors
Toy Train Alamogordo
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New Mexico, USA -- Like No Place Else on Earth
Rising from the heart of the Tularosa Basin is one of the world's great natural wonders - the glistening white sands of New Mexico. Great wave-like dunes of gypsum sand have engulfed 275 square miles of desert, creating the world's largest gypsum dunefield. White Sands National Monument preserves a major portion of this unique dune field, along with the plants and animals that live here.
New Mexico Travel: White Sands National Monument--A Terrific New Mexico Travel Destination!
New Mexico Travel: White Sands National Monument--A Terrific New Mexico Travel Destination!
New Mexico Travel Mill presents this video of highlights from White Sands National Monument, located in the Tularosa Basin (within the Chihuahuan Desert) of New Mexico in the United States.
The gypsum sand dunes do not get very hot to the touch and are often soft enough for dune diving (as shown in the video) and sledding!
You'll see the vastness of White Sands National Monument as seen from space. See clips showing the breathtaking beauty of White Sands, including naturally formed sculptures.
This video shows a sampling of the tremendous number of animal and plant life that have adapted to the unique environment of White Sands.
Interested in prehistoric life and paleontology? White Sands has been designated a mega-trackway because it has the largest concentration of Pleistocene trackways in North America, including fossils of mammoth and camel tracks.
If you are looking for New Mexico travel ideas, consider visiting White Sands National Monument! Explore White Sands by foot, car, or maybe you'll even consider viewing White Sands from a hot air balloon!
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Wikipedia, White Sands National Monument
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Geological Overview of White Sands National Monument, National Park Service
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Traces Of The Prehistoric Past: Fossilized Tracks At White Sands National Monument, National Parks Traveler
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