Expert Travel Advice to New Mexico

Top Answers To New Mexico Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Camping
  • Anonymous user answered:
    This from our sister site GORP.com (more info at http://gorp.away.com/gorp/resource/us_national_forest/nm/nm_gila_2.htm): "The Catwalk is a national recreation trail that follows the path of a pipeline built in the 1890s to deliver water to the mining town of Graham. Metal walkways bolted to the sheer rock face penetrate the narrow canyon of Whitewater Creek - - a canyon used by both Geronimo and Butch Cassidy as a hideout. Signs warn of scorpions and rattlesnakes. At the end of the Catwalk, a swaying suspension bridge leads to a cavern ledge overlooking a monstrous waterfall."
  • Anonymous user answered:
    This being a desert region, lush green golf courses are probably not the first things that spring to mind. However, according to the New Mexico Tourism Department, there are over 70 courses, both public and private. You can find more info about where to play at: http://www.newmexico.org/play/golf/index.php
  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    Hard one to answer, as that really depends on where you are in the state. Higher elevation spots (ie, mountain regions) can get very cold with lots of snow; lower elevation desert regions will be hotter, with temps in the 50s, 60s, or even 70s. Albuquerque sees average daytime temps in the mid 50s, lows just below freezing.

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