United States New Mexico Badlands
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A true local gem (you’ll find no road signs pointing here), Bisti covers over 45,000 acres of New Mexico badlands. The landscape is wildly bizarre, featuring other-worldly rocks, colorful mounds, pinnacles, hoodoos and totems that look like they belong on the moon. There are no trails or markers beyond a parking lot, and you should plan to trek at least two miles into the desert before you start to see some of Bisti’s unique magic. Honorable Mentions: Billy the Kid Museum, Brazos Cliffs, Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, Bandlier National Monument
leah 2 years ago
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two months in new mexicoleah (Leah Fishman) I'm headed to New Mexico in December and am planning a totally solo, COVID-safe getaway with my pup Fiona. We snagged a casita between Santa Fe & Taos and plan to hit all the best hikes within reach. Food stops are for take-out only, national parks will be visited on off-days, and museums will have to be saved for the next trip (RIP Meow Wolf).
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Tucked in the heart of America’s southwest lies the Land of Enchantment: miles upon miles of vast desert, caves, museums, wacky installations and…aliens? This patch of the U.S is where artists retreat, where adobes outnumber hotels, and where your imagination can run absolutely wild. From strange rock formations and plunging caverns to Earthships and UFO […]