Vista Clara Ranch Resort and Spa

Address: One Camino Vista Clara, Galisteo, New Mexico, 87540, United States | Resort
 
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This resort, located on One Camino Vista Clara, Galisteo, is near Rojo Tours & Services, Inc..
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Travel Blogs from Galisteo

Cave Dwellings and great hikes...

A travel blog entry by jklezok on May 28, 2015

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... better) a gentle breeze, but very warm. That is one thing with the dry heat down here. You don’t realize how hot it is and you don’t really sweat. This can be very dangerous to us tourists. We always bring our water and use our suncreen but I’m still glad we took the short loop. This loop takes us about 2 hours of reasonably easy walking. We are done for the day. Time to go back and sit in some shade.

Day 4

Today is another down day. ...

Day 8 - Santa Fe - Albuquerque

A travel blog entry by greg.martin on May 08, 2015

Today we spent traveling the mountain road from Santa Fe to Albuquerque where we crossed the Rio Grande several times. Our main stop today was to visit the Bandelier National Monument in the Frijoles Canyon, the area dates back more than 10,000 years This area was populated by the Anasazi people who were known as the ancestral Pueblo people. The valley is a volcano from 1,000,000 years ago and these people used ...

Day 6 - Transit to Santa Fe

A travel blog entry by greg.martin on May 06, 2015

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Unfortunately due to the storm last night it was too wet to visit the Cadillac Ranch but we stopped to see it from the road. We then continued west along Route 66 through Vega, and stopped at the Midpoint Cafe at Adrian which is exactly half way along Route 66. We next stopped at Glenrio on the New Mexico border. This is now a ghost town with only one resident and most of the buildings have disappeared ...

A day of Hiking and discovering ancient history

A travel blog entry by irv2 on Sep 01, 2014

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... Project and the secrecy surrounding the area. This is one of the places where work on developing the atomic bomb was done. When we left the museum we took a wrong turn and ended up at a gate entering the former high-security area. They let us drive through and it was something to see how they made this secret "city" up in the middle of nowhere.

The weather here is so dry, I have been blowing ...

Day 6: Elk and Bison and Bears, oh my!

A travel blog entry by malory.ammerman on Jun 23, 2014

... visitor center and watched a neat PowerPoint presentation over the first explorers in the area. Within a +/- 10 minute prediction of the next eruption, Kyle and I sat outside earnestly anticipating the show. Many others soon followed and sure enough she was worth the wait! A guide mentioned that the eruption we witnessed was one of the largest of the day. She shot water high into the sky for over 5 minutes long! We chose to drive out the south ...