TIERRA WOOLS
This weaving studio & showroom is part of a weaving cooperative that is more than 100 years old. 
See a glimpse of a time when the Rio Grande weaving tradition maintained village artisans through 
long cold winters. Back then, Rio Grande weavers quenched a deep thirst for color, harmony and 
spirituality by weaving for family, church and community. Today, Tierra Wools continues that legacy, 
providing a place for local weavers to hone their age-old craft and explore new frontiers in designs 
and techniques that are rooted in tradition.










CHAMA
Nestled in the valley of the New Mexico Rocky Mountains lies the small railroad town of Chama. Attractions are grand! 
For the history buff, art lover, nature enthusiast and cultural explorer, the Rio Chama Valley offers boundless opportunities. 
Chama is the southern terminus of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad.
The Chama Valley not only hosts a large resident elk herd, but is a major migration route for elk moving to their wintering grounds.
Fishing is spectacular for you wranglers.

Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad















For the more adventurouswe have fishing trips on some of the rivers and lakes located in the Chama area. Please contact for details.
We will take you off the main highway and explore some of the most beautiful landscapes.

Guided Horseback Rides daily in the Brazos Canyon area in Chama. -  May through August
Enjoy fresh air and spectacular views aboard one their gentle trail horses.
Ideal for young children & beginning riders of any age - Individual attention 1 hour duration $35
Ranch Hand Ride - All Levels of Riders, Lesson and Trail Ride Included $65





Echo Amphitheater
This natural rock formation just north of Ghost Ranch is a favorite, a short walk along a 
concrete path will take you to the base of the huge hollow area worn from the side of the cliff. 
From here one can hear their voice echoed back.

Ra Paulette - The Cave Digger 
World-renowned “cave digger” 
Dotted across the plains of northern New Mexico are a handful of caves carved by hand into the soft sandstone mesas and decorated with intricate organic motifs. These subterranean sculptures are the work of local artist Ra Paulette, who has spent almost 30 years excavating this arid landscape and creating characterful grottoes that he calls "luminous caves".
Using only hand tools, including pick axes, shovels and scrapers, the 69-year-old sculptor burrows into the sides of the cliffs, opening up vertical shafts as he works to provide ventilation and natural light. Practical features such as staircases, windows and doors are integrated to make the caves suitable for use as sanctuaries or places for meditation. Paulette sometimes carves the inner surfaces with forms resembling flowers, figures and tree trunks.
Our tour of Ra Pauletts creation is not open to the public, is only offered with New Mexico Wine Tours.
Will be included with your tour day of exploring and hiking or included with any other attraction listed or not listed. 
Steeped in myth and legend, these ancient springs have been a gathering place and source of healing for thousands of years. The use of the waters can be traced back to the earliest human migrations in the region. Ancient peoples, the ancestors of today’s Native American Tewa Pueblos, built large pueblos and terraced gardens overlooking the Springs. “Tewa” is the language spoken by the 8 Northern Pueblos of New Mexico. Tewa People include current residents and descendants of Taos, Picuris, Santa Clara, Ohkay Owingeh (formerly San Juan), San Ildefonso, Nambé, Pojoaque and Tesuque Pueblos. sulphur-free, geothermal mineral waters have flowed from a subterranean volcanic aquifer for thousands of years. Ojo is the only hot springs in the world with four different types of mineral water including lithia, iron, soda and arsenic. Over 100,000 gallons come to the surface, revitalizing those who soak in these legendary, healing waters. Our eleven pools are filled with different types and combinations of these waters with temperatures ranging from 80-109 degrees.

Ghost Ranch - Abiquiú - Chama
Our travels to ghost ranch - located 60 miles north of Santa Fe is such a beautiful scenic drive up the Chama valley landscape.
Majestic red rocks, every bend in the road brings a new vista of colors, a hidden gem in the Land of Enchantment.
Georgia O'Keeffe once said, "If you ever go to New Mexico, it will itch you for the rest of your life."
There are many different stops that we can add to your tour that will just amaze you.

When visiting Ghost Ranch
Ghost Ranch offers many different tours that you may choose while you are visiting if interested, or just walk around and take in the landscape, lot's of hiking trails.

Tour of Georgia O'Keeffe home & Studio tour (Reservations must be made in advance) we will make the reservations for you if available.
Tours are offered March 7 – November 21, Tuesdays – Saturdays
Weekday pricing, March, April, November: $35 per person, $30 members and students ages 6-18
Weekday pricing, May – October: $40 per person, $35 members and students ages 6-18
Saturday pricing (all season): $45 per person, $40 members and students ages 6-18

O’Keeffe Landscape Tour - Tour the landscape of Ghost Ranch by motor bus and see through your own eyes the scenes and actual locations of Georgia O’Keeffe’s paintings interwoven with stories of her fifty years at Ghost Ranch.
Landscape Tour only, $37 for adults; $24 for students (5 – 17)







The Purple Adobe Lavender farm

Tour The Lavender Farm
Take a tour of the lavender farm to learn about it's history, 
the many uses for lavender. 
Hear how the farm grows, harvest and uses  in many 
lavender products and and culinary meals in the tea house. 
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