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Nomad Mountain Camp, New Mexico
The Jemez Mountains are home to the Jemez Tribe of Native Americans. You will pass through the Jemez Pueblo, which is closed to non-natives, on your way to our property. These people have lived Read more...
The Jemez Mountains are home to the Jemez Tribe of Native Americans. You will pass through the Jemez Pueblo, which is closed to non-natives, on your way to our property. These people have lived continuously on this mountain for over 1,000 years. Jemez Springs, located 9 miles from us is home to art galleries, quaint shops, a lively community green and the famous Jemez Springs Mineral Baths. At the baths you can take a private or couples mineral bath. The springs are naturally occurring with a water temperature of 156 degrees. At the baths the water is cooled over night for use the next day. They also offer an amazing array of massage options!
The mountain is littered with hiking trails, it will leave you speechless. Since the mountain is actually the base of the third largest super volcano in North America, there is the remains of the caldera at the top. This breathtaking location is now an alpine meadow some 13.5 miles across and home to the largest wildlife refuge in the United States. The National Park Service provides tours of the refuge and many other ways to enjoy this unique setting.