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Northern New Mexico

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Northern New Mexico
Northern New Mexico

Northern New Mexico in cultural terms usually refers to the area of heavy-Spanish settlement in the north-central part of New Mexico. However, New Mexico state government also uses the term to mean the northwest and north central, but to exclude both the northeastern high plains counties and Sandoval County. The five largest cities in Northern New Mexico are: Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Española, Los Alamos, and Raton.


Blue hatched area shows approximate region culturally known as Northern New Mexico
Blue hatched area shows approximate region culturally known as Northern New Mexico

The traditional southern boundary of the area is an escarpment called La Bajada southwest of Santa Fe. The other boundaries are poorly defined. The map in Cobos (1983) is a guide: from La Bajada the boundary runs northwest about 50 miles (80 km) west of U.S. Routes 285 and 84, and northeast about 20 miles (30 km) east of Interstate 25, to the Colorado border. The area might also be described roughly as comprising Rio Arriba, Los Alamos, Taos, and Colfax Counties; northeastern Sandoval County, northern Santa Fe County; and western San Miguel and Mora Counties, possibly with parts of adjoining counties. To the west is the Four Corners region; to the east are the high plains of Eastern New Mexico.


Blue hatched area shows region called Northern New Mexico in New Mexico state documents
Blue hatched area shows region called Northern New Mexico in New Mexico state documents

New Mexico state government generally divides New Mexico into four regions: Eastern, Central, Southwestern and Northern New Mexico.[1] For those purposes Northern includes the Four Corners area together with the cultural area, but excludes Sandoval County.[1] The Northwest Region is frequently referred to as the "Four-Corners Region".


For tourists, New Mexico is divided into six regions, with Northern New Mexico being divided into North Central Region, Northeast Region and Northwest Region. Sandoval County is part of the Central Region to the south.[2] Under that schema, the North Central Region includes the core part of cultural Northern New Mexico.

Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area

The Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area is in the Upper Rio Grande Valley and North Central Region of northern New Mexico. It is a federally designated National Heritage Area. It includes the area that has been inhabited by the Puebloan peoples since the early Pre-Columbian era.[3]


  1. ^ a b Economic Research and Analysis Bureau, New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (January 2011). "State of New Mexico Workforce Report 2011" (PDF). State of New Mexico. pp. 8–9. Archived from the original (PDF) on 27 June 2011.
  2. ^ New Mexico Tourism Department (2008). "New Mexico Regions & Attractions". State of New Mexico. Archived from the original on 17 May 2008. (new page at that address no longer shows region's map)
  3. ^ NPS: Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area

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