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Adventure awaits at every corner. Native American culture abounds. National and state treasures are easy to find. And history is created every day. You find them all here in every one of New Mexicos six regions. Find out what each area has to offer.

DAY ONE:From Albuquerque, head west to tourAcoma PueblosSky City. After a morning in the ancient village, exploreGrants, where theNew Mexico Mining Museumre-creates a uranium mine. Spend the afternoon outdoors, hiking aroundEl Morro National MonumentorEl Malpais National Monument. On the way you may wish to travel theTrail of the Ancients Scenic Byway, a route that once connected ancient villages.

DAY TWO:Strike out forChaco Culture National Historical Parkto hike among the creations of Ancestral Puebloans. InGallup, cruise Route 66, view the towns murals, or browse for a great piece of artwhether traditional pottery or abstract paintings. From here, you can continue on to spend a day touring the Middle Village ofZuni Puebloor continue on toFarmington.

DAY THREE:Explore the tri-cities ofFarmington, Aztec, and Bloomfield. In Aztec, tour the buildings atSalmon Ruins and Heritage Park, one of the largest Chaco Culture outliers, or hike to one or more of 300 natural arches and bridges. In Bloomfield, bet on live horseracing atSunRay Park & Casino.

DAY ONE:Begin in Santa Fe, home of theGeorgia OKeeffe Museum.Drive to Los Alamos, home of the Manhattan Project and ancient cliff dwellings at Bandelier National Monument. Cruise to Espaola, known for its Hispanic arts and low-rider car culture. Observe living cultural traditions at one of the regions Eight Northern Pueblosif your trip coincides, be sure to observe the dances at a feast day.

DAY TWO:Take a scenic drive north along the 56-mile High RoadtoTaos exploring the art galleries and historic villages along this route. Pilgrimage to Santuario de Chimay, known for its healing dirt. In Taos, dip into the Ro Grande Gorge on a rafting trip through the states grandest canyon, summit Wheeler Peak, the states tallest, or head for the hills in Taos Ski Valley.

DAY THREE:Head northwest to Chama, a popular destination with sportsmen, and then south through the stunning desert scenery of Abiqui, also known as Georgia OKeeffe Country, site of the painters former home and studio and Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center.

DAY ONE: Head east along portions of Route 66, where even if you arent driving a classic, you can see one at theRoute 66 Auto Museumin Santa Rosa. Dive in at theBlue Holebefore continuing on to more vintage charm inTucumcari.

DAY TWO: Head north to tour Victorian homes inLas Vegas, and explore the remains of a Native American Pueblo atPecos National Historic Park.

DAY THREE: Cruise throughCimarrn Canyon State Parkstopping off for a hike before up to Ratn, home ofSugarite Canyon State Park. Your last stop is across the plains atClayton Lake State Park, where theres an extensive dinosaur footprint trackway.

DAY ONE: Start in Albuquerque, where you can see the citys top attractions, then explore Corrales, a pastoral oasis. Follow El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, a historic trading route also known as The Royal Road, to Bernalillo, home of the Coronado Historic Sites muraled kivas.

DAY TWO: Drive past red rocks on the scenic Jemez Mountain Trail to the natural springs and river-adjacent hiking trails of the Jemez Mountains. En route, stop in the Walatowa Visitor Center to learn more about Jemez Pueblo and Jemez Historic Site, which preserves a 500-year old village and San Jos de los Jemez church. Between Jemez Springs and Los Alamos, explore the awe-inspiring meadows of the Valles Caldera National Preserve.

DAY THREE: Strike out along the Abo Pass Trail Scenic Byway to visit Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, a trio of sites with remnants of mission churches and pueblos. Circling back to Albuquerque, stop in at Isleta Pueblo and its sleek casino and resort hotel.

DAY ONE: Start inSocorro, where, if your schedule jibes, you can catch a chamber music concert from the New Mexico Tech Performing Arts Series. Tour the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge before grabbing lunch at Buckhorn Tavern, in San Antonio. From here, two options beckon. You can take a scenic drive west along U.S. 60 to Magdalena and Pie Town, or continue south on I-25 to Truth or Consequences, where you soak in a hot springs bath, tour Spaceport America, or explore with Ted Turner Expeditions.

DAY TWO: Continuing south toLas Cruces, spend a day on the golf course, or explore the towns historical side in Mesilla and the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. More outdoor destinations await near Deming: City of Rocks State Park is 30 minutes north, and Rockhound State Park, where youre encouraged to take home a souvenir, is 20 minutes south.

DAY THREE: Take in Silver Citys colorful art scene or continue on to the Gila National Forest, where you can extend your stay with a backcountry trip.

DAY ONE: Visiting this vast region in a few days is a feat, but get started in Alamogordo, where you can tick off White Sands National Monument from your must-see list. While in town, check out theNewMexico Museum of Space History to discover the states outsized contributions to the space race. Head to Ruidoso to explore the mountain retreat town and nearby Lincoln Historic Site.

DAY TWO: Head to Roswell to dip your toes in the turquoise waters of Bottomless Lakes State Park (and contemplate the mysteries at the International UFO Museum and Research Center. Head through Artesia, where you can catch a concert at the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center, or visit Hobbs to play the award-winning RockwindCommunity Linksand catch a performance by the Southwest Symphony.

DAY THREE: You can head north, to tour the sister towns of Portales and Clovis, or south to Carlsbad to experience Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Adventurers and explorers, welcome to the Southwests best outdoor recreation.

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