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In a land of shifting light, boundless skies and fused culture, the 21,000 acre Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center in northern New Mexico is a place for renewal and retreat. The towering rock walls and vivid colors hold a hypnotic power. This...more
280 Private Drive 1708, US Highway 84, Abiquiu, NM 87510
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I took my Mom on a mini-vacation to Santa Fe for her 60th birthday. Exploring Ghost Ranch by horseback and foot was the best part of our visit. Daniel, our wrangler, was very professional and courteous. He tailored the trail ride to our interests and...More
I visited for a horseback tour, which I highly recommend. The wranglers made sure everyone was comfortable and thoughtfully stopped and took pictures for us in front of a particularly beautiful spot. I could have spent two days here, taking everything in and hiking.
We visited the day after Thanksgiving to the dud ranch. We did two small hikes, the chimney rocks and the box canyon hike with lunch between in the dining hall. After the last hike, we headed to the anthropology and paleontology museums!
The chimney rocks...More
We had great overview tour by Wendy, followed by some time for ourselves to go to the labyrinth, explore the library, hike up onto the ridge and enjoy a great picnic. We then went in two directions, my mom on the landscape tour bus where...More
We payed a morning visit to the Santa Fe Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, then headed out to Ghost Ranch. One can easily feel and see the inspiration for O'Keeffe's New Mexican landscapes while enjoying the colorful sandstone configurations surrounding Ghost Ranch. It was too windy the...More
We booked the bus tour in advance. For 90 minutes you are driven around the property learning O’Keeffe’s amazing history, and seeing the sights that inspired some of her works. Take your camera, the sky is the best blue.
Simply amazing scenery at Ghost Ranch and very spiritual (and peaceful). We did the Kitchen Mesa hike which has one difficult stretch as you ascend and involves a little bit of rock climbing before you climb up through a crevasse / split in the rocks....More
We did not stay at the Ghost Ranch. But did visit there twice on our trip. I'm not quite sure what the draw is other than the land around the place. We did book a horse ride to see the cabin of Georgia O'Keefe. The...More
The Ghost Ranch team is one to be proud of as this driver can most definitely attest. Ann was our docent and I think Sharon was our tram driver and we were the beneficiaries of their enthusiasm. With my wife and sister as the main...More
A group of friends and I rode with wrangler “Dan” at Ghost Ranch. Dan was a fabulous guide and shared a wealth of information about Georgia O’Keefe and the Ghost Ranch. The horses were lovely. We enjoyed our ride immensely.