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Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu

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  • We really enjoyed the panoramic view. It's easy to understand why Georgia O'Keefe was so taken with this area. We did the Chimney Rock hike & enjoyed the view!  more »
  • Take the hike! The best hike for beautiful vistas. The ghost ranch camp area, the library, and Georgia O'keefe's home are all of interest too. I think we donated 5 dollars to wander around! Oh my, unb...  more »
  • Absolutely beautiful vistas. It doesn't cost anything to drive in and look around. Unbelievably beautiful.  more »
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  • been going here since I was a baby and take my kids there now and they love this place. This is a magical magical place. Hiking is the best. Don't go for the food, which is fine but go for the environment. One of the most beautiful places in the world.
  • Great trail ride on gentle, well-mannered horses. Beautiful scenery -- couldn't have been a more enjoyable experience. We visited Ghost Ranch the week before Thanksgiving and our noon meal was a delicious full Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings. We loved our visit and look forward to returning in the future!
  • Great experience lovely scenery
  • Good vacation spot with plenty of activities.
  • these people have no clue: Georgia is rolling in her grave for how this place is being run! I'm a professional artist and sculptor. O'Keefe has been a profound influence on my career spanning five continents and hundreds of corporate, municipal and private collectors; we called and booked four days at Ghost Ranch specifically stating we have our well behaved dog with us. We were assured that was acceptable. Upon check in we were told no overnight dogs so after a nine hour journey we had to leave and find a place in Taos, two hours away. What a disgrace and misrepresentation of policy at our significant cost and trouble. Hail Georgia O'Keefe and to hell with the people that run her lovely Ghost Ranch.