Best Hiking Trails in New Mexico. TOP 15
Best Hiking Trails in New Mexico. TOP 15: La Luz, Canyon, Tsankawi, Goose Lake, Dale Ball, Pino, The Gila Loop, Zuni-Acoma, Pine Tree, Atalaya Mountain, Trampas Lakes, Bandelier National Monument, Catwalk, Alkali Flat, Wheeler Peak.
new mexico travel, The 45 most beautiful places to travel in New Mexico
New Mexico locally is a state situated in the southwestern area of the United States of America. It was admitted to the Union as the 47th state on January 6, 1912. It is typically viewed as one of the Mountain States. New Mexico is fifth by range, the 36th-most crowded, and the 6th slightest thickly populated of the 50 United States.
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New_Mexico most beautifule places we're visiting lists bellow:
Carlsbad Caverns National Park,
Central Santa Fe,
Chaco Culture National Historical Park,
White Sands National Monument,
Cimarron Canyon State Park,
Sunspot, New Mexico,
Truth or Consequences,
Bandelier National Monument,
Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge,
Gila National Forest,
Taos Ski Valley,
Continental Divide Trail,
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Sky City, Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico
A worker at the Acoma Pueblo Cultural Center told us there were 15 families living there and there is no running water or electricity in Sky City. It is really amazing the cultures you come across when you cross United States.
Cidades: Gallup (Novo México - EUA)
Passeio pela Cidade de Gallup, Novo México.
Gallup é uma cidade no Condado de McKinley, no estado do Novo México, nos Estados Unidos da América. Gallup foi fundada em 1881 para ser um dos pontos de parada da BNSF Railway, que liga Albuquerque, no Novo México, a Needles, na Califórnia.
Gallup é por vezes chamada de Capital Indígena do Mundo, já que está localizada no coração de terras de nativos americanos, onde um terço da população residente descende de tribos Navajo, Zuni, e Hopi, entre outras.
A famosa U.S. Route 66, que liga o leste americano ao oeste, passa pela cidade de Gallup, e a cidade também é mencionada na letra da música Route 66.
Dinosaur Pictograph! in UTAH? Kachina Bridge
Is there a dinosaur pictograph in UTAH? Join Aaron Judkins as he travels to Utah to Investigate a dinosaur pictograph under Kachina Bridge. What is this strange & BIZARRE pictograph? Why is there a Native American WARRIOR pictograph next to it? Did the FREEMONT Indians see a living, long-tailed dinosaur?
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10 Oldest Things You will Only Find in New Mexico
These are the 10 oldest things in North America that you can only find in New Mexico.
Pueblo Dances in New Mexico
A sampling of performances in the courtyard of Albuquerque's Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. The Center regularly hosts dancers for the benefit of visitors. IPCC also has a museum, gift shop and restaurant among its many offerings.
Scenic New Mexico Highways
Here is a video of two highways that offer scenic views of the New Mexico high desert mesa terrain. The first highway is called the Wagon Mound Highway, route 120 that runs from Wagon Mound to Roy. Turning south at Roy towards Logan, the second segment begins just east of Mosquero as the road drops off of the vast mesa into the valley below. It hard to think of this area as mountainous but the elevation at Wagon Mound is over 6300 ft, so it is actually higher than Denver by a thousand feet. I used my old Sony HX1 mounted to a tripod on the passenger side to shoot this. There's a little shake sometimes, but I'll be happy to look back at it and remember the trip. Thanks for watching.
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Travel Guide New Mexico tm San Miguel Mission, Santa Fe , New Mexico
San Miquel Mission 401 Old Santa Fe Trail Santa Fe, NM 87501 Phone (505) 983-3974
The city of Santa Fe was founded in 1610, and El San Miguel (St. Michael's) Mission Church was built between 1610 and and 1628. It is the oldest church still in use in the United States, this simple adobe structure was built by the Tlaxcalan Indians of Mexico, who came to New Mexico as servants of the Spanish. Badly damaged in the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, the church vigas in the ceiling were burned, and in 1692 De Vargas ordered the church rebuilt.
In 1859 the church served as the chapel for the newly arrived Christian Brothers who took over control of St. Michael's School. In 1881 the Christian Brothers purchased the church, a recently completed school building, an adobe building and the land upon which they were situated from the Archdiocese of Santa Fe.
Since its creation, San Miguel has been used as a chapel and shrine to St. Michael, a military chapel, an oratory for the Christian Brothers, a school chapel and a barrio church. Today, in addition to being an historical treasure, cultural heritage and tourist attraction, it still serves as a shrine to St. Michael and a chapel where Mass is celebrated weekly
Some of the features of San Miquel Mission are:
Reredos - The reredos or altar screen dates from 1798 and is the oldest wooden reredos in New Mexico.
St. Michael the Archangel Statue - The carved gilded and painted wood statue of St. Michael the Archangel celebrates his victory over Satan and dates from at least 1709 when it was brought from Mexico. It occupies the center niche in the reredos.
The San Jose Bell - The bronze bell situated in the gift shop once hung in the bell tower. There is some speculation that it was cast in 1856 in the Parroquia in Santa Fe or in Cerrillos in 1836.
Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone | Hot Air Balloon Ride in New Mexico | Family Travel Vlog 15
When I decided to go on a trip to Gallup, New Mexico I honestly didn't know what to expect. From the incredible landscape to the kindness of the community, Gallup proved to be a hidden gem for travelers in the United States looking for an authentic travel experience.
Not only did I face my fears and step out of my comfort zone by traveling without the family, I also faced my fears trying something I never thought I would do. While I can't say I loved the Hot Air Balloon ride, I am proud that I pushed myself to try it.
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