Occupied for over 1000 years this pueblo is on top of a 360-foot-high mesa.
LA VENTANA NATURAL ARCH
This is the largest of New Mexico's readily accessible natural arches.
Bordered on the east by elaborately eroded sandstone cliffs, this huge lava field and adjacent lands are characterized by many cinder cones.
In the back of this unusual lava cave near Bandera Volcanic Crater underground air-flows maintain a perpetual mass of ice 20 feet deep.
This large bluff displays signatures, messages and drawings from travelers over a time period of hundreds, if not thousands of years. Anasazi ruins are on top of the mesa.