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  • Cortez

Cortez is a small gateway community in the Four Corners area providing access to a number of nearby Ancestral Pueblo ruins. On the border between the forested mountains to the east and arid desert to the south and west, Cortez is close to several different kinds of terrain.

  • Guadalajara

Sunshine spills reliably onto the streets of Guadalajara, Mexico's second-largest city. Blending culture and urban development, visitors will find a variety of things to do on an extended stay in Guadalajara.

  • Mazatlan

Suspended for a moment in midair, cliff divers drop, then slide gracefully into the foaming Mazatlan surf. Even for visitors with vertigo, a stay in this city promises plenty of highs, from sun-toasted beach days to cultural sights and busy nights.

  • Mesa Verde National Park

Mesa Verde National Park showcases some of the best-preserved and largest Anasazi ruins in the country. Several large cliff dwelling communities cut into the side of sandstone cliffs are the main attraction, along with thousands of smaller ruins and spectacular views of the Four Corners region.

  • Pagosa Springs

Pagosa Springs is an out-of-the-way town near a number of infrequently visited points of interest in southwest Colorado. Despite its small size, the friendly community offers a full range of services for travelers in this remote part of the country.

  • Puerto Vallarta

Blue Pacific Ocean blends at the horizon into the deep purple of shadowed mountains as the sun slips over Puerto Vallarta with a last fiery display of color. Halfway down Mexico's Pacific Coast, this popular beach destination is about romance or recreation, depending on your frame of mind.

  • Telluride

Telluride is a historic mining town high in the San Juan mountains that has become a popular center for festivals and skiing. The striking beauty of the snow-covered peaks and pine forests that surround the town is undeniable. With a full range of year-round activities, something is always happening in Telluride.

  • Telluride Ski Resort

Telluride is a large resort in the San Juan Mountains. The town of Telluride and the slopeside resort community of Mountain Village are linked by a free gondola, one of the many efforts the resort owners have taken to minimize the impact of thousands of tourists on this beautiful region.

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SouthwestSouthwest Colorado's towns of Cortez, Dolores, Mancos and Towaoc embrace the archaeological center of America, anchored by world-renowned Mesa Verde National Park.
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Northwestern New Mexico is known by many as a magical place. Four Corners and the local Aztec Ruins are considered sacred ground for some and are fascinating to visit.
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