Images conjured in one’s mind about New Mexico are often that of hot, flat desert land but this is truly only a small portion of the entire state. Albuquerque is definitely going to be one of the flatter areas to visit, but there are other cities and areas that make zip lining a possibility.
New Mexico’s eastern border may be flat, but the western border it shares with Arizona starts to run into the mountains. New Mexico is part of the four corners with Colorado, Arizona, and Utah, which is also where the Rocky Mountains start running through the states along with the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Zip lining in the southernmost section of the Rocky Mountains will be an adventure as is the run across the Rio Grande.
Carson National Forest, Cibola, National Forest, Santa Fe, National Forest, and Carlsbad Caverns are just a few of the amazing wonders visitors can enjoy with a trip to New Mexico. There are also the White Sands National Monument, Aztec Ruins National Monument, and Capulin Volcano National Monument.
The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are home to many luxury resorts complete with spa packages, golfing, and zip lining tours.