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New Mexico has one national park (Carlsbad Caverns), two national historical parks (Chaco Culture, Pecos), one national heritage area (Northern Rio Grande) and 12 national monuments, including four administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Other New Mexico listings: national forests and state parks.In recent years the last 4 miles have become rather rough due to lack of maintenance, especially either side of Escavada Wash, and may be impassable after rain, but any vehicle driven with care can usually reach the park.Road 7950 descends into a shallow canyon (Gallo Wash) becoming paved at the park boundary, passes the campground and a few small ruins then enters a deeper valley up to one mile wide.Description | Photographs Bandelier National Monument (NPS)Besides some of the most interesting and unusual ancient ruins in the Southwest, Bandelier National Monument also contains steep narrow canyons with plentiful wildlife, mountains rising to 10,000 feet, and a scenic section of the Rio Grande.The best ruins are found in cavities in the volcanic rocks (tuff) lining the walls of Frijoles Canyon, and may be visited by a 2 mile loop trail.

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The well preserved village has almost 400 walled rooms on three levels, plus over a dozen kivas, one of which is fully reconstructed.

There is only one main road to Chaco Culture National Historical Park, though this is not the one shown on most maps - for many years access was along state route 57, an unpaved road that leaves US 550 at Blanco Trading Post (and is still used to reach the Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah badlands), but this is now replaced by CR 79, starting further south along US 550 near Nageezi.

The drive to the park is 21 miles, along bumpy, often heavily graded gravel or dirt tracks with several T-junctions, which luckily are well signposted, and past just a few Indian houses amidst sandy, arid mesas and scrubland - part of the Navajo Reservation.

many people and especially the older residents of Alamogordo have claimed to have seen a woman dressed in white in the cemetery late at night and also along and up canyon road as far as the scenic extension floating, and always at night.

What she is looking for and why she is there is unsure.