Begin your adventure with two of New Mexico’s most legendary green chile cheeseburgers in San Antonio, then soak your way through the natural hot springs in Truth or Consequences. Find out how “T or C” got it’s name at the Geronimo Springs Museum, check out the ghost town of Chloride, and dive in to New Mexico’s largest body of water in Elephant Butte.
With so much to see and do in New Mexico, it’s hard to decide where to begin your trip. Come along with our host, Michael Newman, as he explores the state’s most memorable destinations (and meets a few interesting characters along the way).
Here is a list of just a few of the more well-known aspen-viewing areas in New Mexico, but certainly not the only ones, by any means: the Black Range, Hillsboro, Glenwood, the Turquoise Trail, Four Corners, Pecos, and Cimarron – the list is nearly endless.
NMTD has the answer to the most important road trip question – “Where do we eat?” Just follow the Green Chile Cheeseburger Trail, the Breakfast Burrito Byway or find one of New Mexico’s True Culinary Treasures
They are ghost towns now. But in the late 1800s, each had a moment of glory that blazed and died like a sudden flame.
Federal and state lands offer an abundance of public hiking trails and campgrounds, and several Native American reservations and pueblos permit camping, hiking, hunting and fishing
In our latest “NM Found” story of discovery, David Pike explores the outsize place that the slight town of Vaughn has long occupied on his family’s emotional map.
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Rueful anecdotes about New Mexico's mistaken geographical identity, since 1970.
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