Thursday, April 1, 2010

Experiencing Little Known Treasures of The Bisti Badlands

Casa Blanca Inn is situated amongst some of the most popular and little known historical landmarks in New Mexico. Among them is The Bisti Badlands, a scenic and colorful expanse of undulating mounds and unusual eroded rocks covering 4,000 acres.

Hidden away in the high desert that covers the distant northwest corner of New Mexico, The Bisti Badlands are part of the Bisti Wilderness Area. The typical route to access The Bisti Badlands is along NM 371 from Farmington, heading due south through wide open prairie land at the east edge of the great Navajo Indian Reservation, which extends for 200 miles into Arizona.

Ask your Casa Blanca innkeepers for directions and suggestions for an amazing experience in the Four Corners Region. You will be glad you visited and will want to return!

The Casa Blanca Inn, The Don Gaspar Inn, and Blue Lake Ranch are members of Inns of the Southwest. Please visit our websites for monthly specials.

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