You’ll Want To Visit The Snowiest Town In New Mexico This Season

The snowiest place in New Mexico is the mountain town of Red River. According to weather.com, over the past 30 years, the town has averaged a total annual snowfall of 151.1 inches. That translates into 12.59 feet of snow. Having a tough time picturing that much powder? Imagine Mohammed Ali standing on top of Babe Ruth’s head and you’re almost there!

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Here are some other New Mexico towns that are a blast to visit in winter.