Monthly Archives: February 2012

Jemez Mountain Trail – National Scenic Byway

Circling Fenton Lake State Park between Bernalillo, Cuba and Los Alamos, The Jemez Mountain Trail is a beautiful drive full of the courageous history of the Jemez people and surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery in the southwest.






  • Bandelier National Monument
  • Battleship Rock
  • Elk Mountain Lodge B & B
  • Fenton Lake State Park
  • Gilman Tunnels
  • Jémez Pueblo and Red Rocks
  • Jémez Springs Bath House
  • Jémez State Monument
  • Los Alamos
  • Natural Hot Springs – 4 different locations
  • Ponderosa Winery
  • Seven Springs Fish Hatchery
  • Soda Dam
  • Valles Caldera National Preserve

Your trip along the Jemez Mountain Trail shouldn’t be hurried.   Some might even say that a weekend isn’t enough time to fully appreciate all the treasures one might find.  Whatever the case, pack a camera and a light overnight bag so you can stay with us at the half way point.  We’re right in the middle of it all!

If you’re leaving from Albuquerque and can do a weekend trip, the first thing you should do is call us at 575-829-3159 to make a reservation for your relaxing getaway.  We’ll begin preparing for your arrival.  Then, we suggest that your first day consist of the following: Continue Reading…