Renewed Bandelier National Monument tells story of New Mexico's pueblo people
The canyons and cliff dwellings of Bandelier National Monument are telling a story, and this time it is through the voices and artwork of the American Indian tribes whose ancestors inhabited this sliver of northern New Mexico.
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#1 Sep 2, 2010
A spectacular place to visit. It is much more than just a parking lot and visitor center. There are miles and miles of back country trails and running creek (usually until late summer when it slows). The backpacking and camping is recommended. Read about it more before you go and it means so much more.
Worth a long trip when combined with the rest of our beautiful state.
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