Northwestern New Mexico Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Northwestern New Mexico - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Gallup 12

Farmington 7

Chaco Culture National Historical Park 5

Zuni Pueblo 4

Jicarilla Apache Nation 3

Aztec 3

Grants 3

Bloomfield/ Salmon Ruins 2

El Morro National Monument 2

Acoma Pueblo 2

Navajo Dam 1

Ice Cave and Bandera Crater 1

Laguna Pueblo 1

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Festival–Sight 2

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Mountain–Sight 1

Museum Village 1

Museum/ Gallery 9

Native American Site 4

Nature Preserve/ Wildlife Refuge 2

Park (National/ State/ Provincial) 10

Plaza/ Square/ Piazza 1

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Restaurant–Sight 1

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Bisti Badlands Wilderness areas

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Dinosaurs roamed the Bisti Badlands Wilderness areas when they were part of a shallow sea some 70 million years ago. Hoodoos (mushroom-shaped...

Canyon de Chelly National Monument

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Ninety-eight miles northwest of Gallup and situated in the heart of the Navajo Nation, Canyon de Chelly—pronounced de- shay —is well...

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

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The roads accessing Chaco Canyon, home to Chaco Culture National Historical Park, do a fine job of deterring exploration: they are...

El Malpais National Monument and Conservation Area

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Traveling west on Interstate 40, along the south side of the freeway in the last 10 miles or so before you hit Grants, you'll catch your...

El Morro National Monument

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When you see the imposing 200-foot-high sandstone bluff that served as a rest stop for Indians, explorers, soldiers, and pioneers, you...

Hubbell Trading Post

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Sixty-three miles west of Gallup and en route to Canyon de Chelly, Hubbell Trading Post , in operation since 1878, is still an active...

Mesa Verde National Park

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In the Four Corners area Mesa Verde National Park tops the list of must-sees. Spectacular doesn't even begin to describe its 13th-century...

Navajo Lake State Park

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Created in 1962 when the dam was built, the eponymous lake at Navajo Lake State Park is a popular boating and fishing spot; you can rent...

Red Rock Park

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In spring, summer, and early fall, wildflowers add brilliance to the landscape of Red Rock Park , which has two popular hiking trails...

Window Rock Monument & Navajo Veteran's Memorial Park

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Window Rock Monument & Navajo Veteran's Memorial Park , at the base of an immense, red-sandstone, natural arch—truly a window onto...


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