The Tallest, Most Impressive Bridge In New Mexico Can Be Found Near The Town Of Taos

Just when you think the Land of Enchantment couldn’t get any more, well, enchanting, something quickly reminds you of New Mexico’s beautiful and fascinating appeal. Food, natural features, historic landmarks, and superb architecture all prompt us to think of the state’s allure.

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The parking lot and rest area are located on the west side of the bridge, which leads to a paved walkway.

New Mexico is home to 46 national historic landmarks and each is fascinating in their own way. Read about some of our favorites in 11 Historical Landmarks You Absolutely Must Visit In New Mexico and let us know which is your top pick!

Address: Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, New Mexico 87529, USA