Spirit Canyon Lodge

Address: 684 Hwy. 35, mile marker 22, Silver City, New Mexico, 88061-9341, United States | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 684 Hwy. 35, mile marker 22, Silver City, is near Silver City Museum, Catwalk Trail, Western New Mexico University Museum, and Gila National Forest.
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      Travel Blogs from Silver City

      Getting to know New Mexico

      A travel blog entry by dustpol on Oct 18, 2014

      13 photos

      ... hit us. As Andrea was walking from shower, marble sized hail started falling from sky. She got back to the tent just in time but said it really hurt.


      Silver city is to the south of Gila Forest and a National Park. We didn't get to explore further north but will someday. Drove around the historic town on the way out.

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      Back through time

      A travel blog entry by billhall on Feb 15, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

      ... kinda spooky, but it just draws you to it. Laruie and I were discussing it with a local there shooting pictures. We compared it to Chernobyl, without the radiation. It's like everyone just walked away one day and left everything there.

      I could stay at Fort Bayard with my film cameras for weeks, shooting hundreds of rolls of films. It was just an incredibly interesting place...and such a testament to those who have gone before ...

      Rattlesnake Paranoia

      A travel blog entry by patry on May 20, 2013

      24 photos

      ... were seeing. You had to climb up ladders to see certain parts of the caves and had to take a long ladder to get out. This was so great to see in person and what a way to learn a little history too!



      We had a picnic lunch at the bottom then drove to the Middle Fork hiking trail which ran along the Gila River ending up at a Hot Springs which reaches 140 degrees. ...

      More from the Desert!

      A travel blog entry by billandteena on May 04, 2013

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... last night and made some phone
      calls. Today we are hunkered down against thirty mph gust of wind
      caused by a dipping jet-stream that will deliver yet another “
      Attic Blast” to the North-East. Still the sun shines and the
      temperature might reach into the seventy’s while the birds continue
      to feed and drink at the little Oasis we have created here. This
      afternoon we will walk the ...

      Hot springs and hippies

      A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jan 11, 2012

      15 photos

      ... not the grain). We then enjoyed a beautiful drive over the Geronimo Scenic Byway west to Silver City. Emory Pass was 8200 feet and the peaks were 8900 feet. Lots of trees were a welcome relief from the desert we have been seeing for most of our trip. We went over the Mimbres Mountains and down to Silver City. The Mimbres and the Mogollons were prehistoric peoples in the area before the Apache that built the ...