National Parks

White Sands National Park  

Spanning across 275 square miles of the Tularosa Basin in Southwestern New Mexico, White Sands National Park’s gypsum crystal dunes are something to be marveled at! While the dunes aren’t all that tall, maybe 40 feet at the highest, when finally climb to the top of one (and let me say, it is more difficult …

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Carlsbad Caverns National Park

Carlsbad Caverns sit right above the Texas/ New Mexico line, about 30 minutes North of the Guadalupe Mountains and 30 minutes south of Carlsbad, NM. The caverns were established as a park in 1930. It holds 46,766 acres of both underground caverns (the real spectacle of the show) and above ground trails. In fact, the …

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Guadalupe Mountains National Park

The majestic and rugged Guadalupe Mountains were established as a national park in 1972. Compared to the large and popular national parks like Glacier or Yosemite, Guadalupe Mountains seems small. However, because this area is untraveled compared to the larger, more popular parks, this land is more rugged and beautiful! Guadalupe Mountains National Park also …

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