Advice on where to live, outside of CO, for best mountain adventures?

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Re: Advice on where to live, outside of CO, for best mountain adventures?

Post by nmjameswilson »

greenonion wrote: Fri Mar 24, 2023 10:02 am
nmjameswilson wrote: Fri Mar 24, 2023 6:51 am Not a single New Mexico? I have a house in the mountains of NM and love it down there but wish I could get down more often.

There is a lot to do in New Mexico but here are a few:
Mountains all over the state
Fly Fishing the Rio Grande
White Sands
Gila cliff dwellings
Carlsbad Caverns
Bandelier National Monument
Lava Field by Carrizozo
Lincoln County (Billy the Kid)
Petroglyph National Monument
Roswell and aliens LOL
Taos and the River Gorge

That is off the top of my head I know there is a lot more ....
Hatch chiles and festival!!
I grew up 40 miles from Hatch and still have the chili shipped to me in KC to this day. There is about 25 pounds of chopped green in my freezer right now LOL.
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