Raton Pass Inn

Address: 308 Canyon Drive, Raton, New Mexico, 87740, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 308 Canyon Drive, Raton, is near Sugarite Canyon State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Raton

    The four states day - Tex, NM, Okla and CO.

    A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on May 18, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    I thought today might be a bit boring - leaving Route 66 and finding our way north west to the mountains in Colorado and beyond. But it was an extremely interesting day.

    We got away from Amarillo at 9, and headed north through the Texas Panhandle. The first thing of note - we saw a coyote race across the freeway! No time for a photo. We saw another one later on in the day too. Second thing - the nodding donkeys (to pump the oil). Thirdly, ...

    Sugarite Canyon State Park

    A travel blog entry by judyweemes on Aug 16, 2014

    4 photos

    ... just in case a bear came by . The people in Alice campground were very friendly, of course we were parked so near the road so everyone came by us going anywhere.lol We met a couple from Bryan Tx who said they come here every year( for the past 13 years ) Ann and Phill Bryan TX Ann said she had hummingbirds feeders hanging on her awning, one day last week she heard a commotion, looked out and saw a big black bear licking the juice up from ...

    Capulin Volcano National Monument

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Sep 22, 2013

    ... but it was improved during the CCC years. Many people seem to think it needs more
    improving. I heard two people talking about how scared they were driving to the top. By the time I got to the top the wind had picked up substantially.

    I hiked the Crater Vent Trail, a 0.2 mile, paved trail that leads to the bottom of the crater, which is only about 100 feet down from the parking ...

    "You Mustn't Go Down to the End of Town...."

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 02, 2012

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... br> The fort has been meticulously recreated from a detailed plan drawn by one visitor to the fort, one Lt. James W. Abert, who came through with Col. Steven Watts Kearney, who was en route to annexing California. Abert was very interested in the fort, and sent drawings like blueprints back to the war office urging them to build military forts in this manner. He also did paintings and drawings of social scenes at the fort, from which the ...

    The Gnats Were Gnasty, but....

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 01, 2012

    16 photos

    ... volcano erupts way up into the sky from a vent and then rains down debris which forms the cone. This one is said to one of the most perfect cones in the US. One reason is that the rim is very regular; the lava flow actually leaked out through a vent at the bottom, so the top of the cone was not melted down.

    The one-milke hike around the rim is worth doing. It climbs from about 7800 feet at the parking lot to 8182 feet above sea level ...