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Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico: Rio Grande Gorge Bridge: Pedestrian Thrills Team Field Report

US Hwy 64, Ranchos de Taos, NM
US Hwy 64, either 19 miles east of US Hwy 285, or 86 miles west of I-25 exit 419. There are small gravel parking lots on either end of the bridge, and pedestrian sidewalks on both sides of the highway.
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Rio Grande Gorge Bridge: Pedestrian Thrills

The fifth-highest bridge in the U.S. gives pedestrian tourists a surprising amount of leeway. You fall, you die. Report... [08/22/2011]

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Rio Grande Gorge Bridge: Pedestrian Thrills

Popular tourist stop with great views and photo ops. Also was featured in the Oliver Stone film Natural Born Killers for Mickey and Mallory's wedding scene.

[Camp Blood, 01/22/2014]

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Earthship Biotecture HousesEarthship Biotecture Houses, Taos, NM - 2 mi.
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Boondoggle Conquistador Visitor Center, Alcalde, NM - 30 mi.

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