New Mexico’s hidden natural wonderland near Rio Rancho

(CLICK EACH PHOTO FOR ENLARGEMENT – – above, great view from the White Ridges trail, looking towards the White Mesa towards the top left – – April 10, 2017, 1 p.m., temperature, a comfortable 57 degrees Fahrenheit – 15 degrees Celsius)

New Mexico is truly a Land of Enchantment. There are so many amazing wonderland of nature.
And you don’t have to drive too far from the city to get to these “hidden spots”.
Just about 20 miles northwest from the City Hall of Rio Rancho is a wonderland called the White Ridges, located between the Ojito Wilderness and White Mesa.
Here are the directions to get to this area:
Go north on Unser Blvd. (passing the City Hall) and make a left on Hwy 550.
Just before you get to San Ysidro, make a left at Cabezon Road, a dirt road.
Take the left fork where it says White Ridges Bike Trail. This dirt road is called the Cabezon Road.
Keep on going for a couple of miles or so. Soon you will see a gravel parking lot on the left side.
Keep on going for a half a mile or so and you will get to a gravel parking lot on the right side.
Park your vehicle and just start hiking upward on any biking/hiking trail and you will get there – – guaranteed.

For more detailed instructions on how to get there, CLICK and READ the following:

AMAZING “MOONSCAPE” AREAS NEAR RIO RANCHO, NEW MEXICO

(Above, you can see my “companion” towards the bottom)

(Above photo and two photos below taken on March 25, 2017 – – in the above, you can clearly see the deep canyon)

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