about New Mexico's Snowbird regions.
At the crossroads of the Rio Grande and historic Route 66 lies central New Mexico. The natural beauty of the high desert and the peaks of the Sandia Mountains dominate this region, as do the area’s Mexican and Native American roots. Read More
Imagine standing on a crest of a dune, looking out on a sea of shimmering white sand waves. This spectacle can be found in the White Sands National Monument, an unusual formation in the Chihuahuan Desert. Read More
The rugged peaks of the Organ Mountains jut into turquoise skies above stark desert landscapes in Las Cruces, the largest city in southwestern New Mexico. Snowbirds desiring tranquility and natural beauty will find it in abundance here. Read More