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The highlights of this slice of northern New Mexico are reflected in its nickname—Georgia O’Keeffe Country. It’s known for the artists who have worked for generations in Abiquiú, Santa Fe, and Taos, and the entrancing landscapes they made famous. It’s home to the highest peak in the state and the cavernous Rio Grande Gorge. Eight Native American pueblos dot the region, and six ski areas draw visitors for year-round recreation.