The Remarkable Bridge In New Mexico That Everyone Should Visit At Least Once

The Land of Enchantment might be in the desert, but we’re still home to some incredible bodies of water. Most recognizable would be the Rio Grande Gorge. Whether you’ve kayaked upon it or hiked beside it, this mighty stream is best seen from up above. Measuring up at 600 feet, this is one of the tallest bridges in the country and is not for the faint of heart. A visit to this magnificent bridge is in order; with views that span for miles and a vantage point that’s otherworldly, it doesn’t get much better than this National Historic Landmark in Taos.

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Have you walked upon this magnificent bridge near Taos? Were you scared? Let us hear about your experience in the comments!

If you’re looking to experience more unique New Mexico beauty, you need to see what was left behind after a volcano erupted in our state millions of years ago.