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Stops Along The Turquoise Trail
Weasel & Fitz2878 Hwy 14
Madrid, NM 87010
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Recycled and found-object art with a touch of whimsey.
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Indigo Gallery - Featuring works by Jill Shwaiko and other nationally known painters, sculptors & jewelers in Madrid.
Sandia Crest House Gift Shop & Restaurant - Elevation 10,678 feet. Enjoy breathtaking views, eclectic gifts and light dining. Open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM.
Seppanen & Daughters - Seppanen & Daughters Fine Textiles is a showroom dedicated to preserving the native weaving cultures of Tibet, the Navajo Indians of the American Southwest and the Zapotec Indians of Oaxaca, Mexico. Unique Tibetan carpets, Oaxacan rugs, Navajo and African textiles. Surprises. Here at FINE TEXTILES we view rugs as art and constantly offer new designs and color-ways. Only the finest materials are used. Custom sizes and colors are available.
Cibola National Forest & Visitor Center - A welcome center to help make the most of your travels. Complete with maps, area information, restrooms, travel & road conditions.
Cindy Sheff, Realtor - A resident of historic Madrid. I specialize in real estate sales along the Turquoise Trail.
Johnsons of Madrid Galleries of Fine and Fiber Art - Since 1973, the biggest and best Art Gallery between Albuquerque & Santa Fe.
Turquoise Trail Electric, Plumbing & Water - Free electrical and plumbing estimates. Water tanks, softeners, RO units and supplies. FREE water testing.
Sandia Peak Tramway - Ride the Tramway - 2.7 miles rising to 10,378 feet with an 11,000 square mile panoramic view.
Talking Talons Thrift Store - A thrift store with a mission: goods are recycled and sales help support wildlife and environmental programs for youth.
Conley Studio Pottery & Friends - Stoneware pottery by Lisa Conley. Gallery includes 30 regional artists and craftsmen. Gifts & Indian Jewelry. Open daily.
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Strenuous and outstanding hike to Placer Peak, the highest peak in the Ortiz Mountains at 8,897 feet.
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National Scenic BywayOn June 15, 2000 the Turquoise Trail received designation as a National Scenic Byway from the The National Scenic Byways Program after completing a comprehensive corridor management plan.
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