New Mexico Guide to Spring Break

It's time for spring break and adventure is right outside your door. Our staff lists the top 7 things to do this spring break and their favorite place to venture out for each of them.

Caving Caving. Lois Manno, Membership Coordinator notes Carslbad Caverns Wilderness as her favorite spot for caving.
 Fishing Fishing. Tisha Broska, Associate Director says the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument is the perfect spot for fishing with the family.
 River Rafting River Rafting. You'll often find Grassroots Organizer Nathan Newcomer in the Gila Wilderness kayaking the Gila River.
 Wildflowering Wildflowering. According to Laticia Edmonds, Office Manager, you can also do some great wildflowering and photography in the Sandia Mountain Wilderness. 
 Camping Camping. Nathan Small, Wilderness Protection Organizer says, "Come down to the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks. You can camp in Aguirre Springs Campground and relish the Organ Mountains, the majestic face of the national monument. If primitive camping is more your style then enjoy the Desert Peaks and explore places like Broad Canyon, the heart of the Monument.“ 
 WildlifeWatching  Wildlife Watching. Bighorn sheep watching along the gorge in Rio Grande del Norte is prime location for Traditional Community Organizer, John Olivas.
Hiking Hiking- Manzano Wilderness is one of Staff Attorney Judy Calman's favorite hiking spots.



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