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Jemez Mountains, Jemez Springs

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The Jemez Mountains are a volcanic group of mountains in Rio Arriba, Sandoval, and Los Alamos counties, New Mexico, United States. The highest point in the range is Chicoma Mountain at an elevation of 11,561 feet . The town of Los Alamos and Los Alamos National Laboratory adjoin the eastern side of the range while the town of Jemez Springs is to the west. Pajarito Mountain Ski Area is the only ski area in the Jemez. New Mexico State Highway 4 is the primary road that provides vehicular access to locations in the Jemez Mountains.
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  • As you drive higher and higher along New Mexico Highway 4 you will experience shockingly beautiful rock formations and picturesque landscapes that will take your breath away. Be prepared for the eleva...  more »
  • The views and colors are just amazing, especially when you have the sun reflecting off the peaks. We stopped more times than expected to just get the pictures of the various shades of colors that are ...  more »
  • The campground was closed, so we had to hike in from the road. It was quite the hike with snow on the ground, but well worth it. Wear hiking boots if you go in winter. We were told that it was only a ...  more »