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* [[Los Alamos]] (population about 20,000 including White Rock) is about the only community near or in the mountains large enough to have its own article.  Some smaller villages whose names crop in connection with attractions are:
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* [[Los Alamos]] (population about 20,000 including White Rock) is about the only community near or in the mountains large enough to have its own article.  Some smaller villages whose names crop up in connection with attractions are:
 
* Abiquiu
 
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Revision as of 00:20, 1 November 2005

The Jemez Mountains are a major mountain range in north central New Mexico. The range contains several important travel destinations such as Los Alamos, Bandelier National Monument and part of Santa Fe National Forest. This article covers attractions in the Jemez not covered in the articles on one of those other destinations.

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  • Los Alamos (population about 20,000 including White Rock) is about the only community near or in the mountains large enough to have its own article. Some smaller villages whose names crop up in connection with attractions are:
  • Abiquiu
  • Cañones
  • Coyote
  • Gallina
  • Jemez Springs
  • La Cueva
  • Ponderosa
  • Youngsville

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