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TALK TO FARMINGTON
212 miles west of Taos; Drive time: 4 hrs.; Elevation: 5,395 ft; Population: 41,000
The history of Farmington can be dated back over 2,000 years ago when the Anasazi "basketmakers" lived in the area that is now known as the "pit houses," and later, in pueblo structures built from sandstone.
World-class fishing on the San Juan River. Spectacular geological formations such as Angel Peal and Shiprock Pinnacle in the surrounding countryside. Hub of the Four Corners area for American Indian arts and events.
MUST SEE, MUST DO
Spend quiet time along one of Farmington’s rivers, test its nationally ranked Pinon Hills Golf Course, or walk in the footsteps of the Ancestral Puebloans at Salmon Ruins, Aztec Ruins or Chaco Canyon.
Photo: Totah Festival in Farmington by Major Graham.
Pictured above, the golf course in Farmington by Robert Castellino, Shiprock and Riverwalk, both by Major Graham.Visit the Farmington website