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Sangre de Cristo Mountains at Sunset The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are the southernmost part of the Rocky Mountains in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico.  This mountain range is 242 miles in length and contains several peaks which are over 12,000 feet above sea level in New Mexico and over 14,000 feet in Colorado.  The highest peak is Blanca Peak in Colorado at 14,351 feet above sea level.  The name of the mountains, which means “Blood of Christ” in Spanish, refers to the reddish color observed during sunrise and sunset.  This view of the Sangre de Cristo range was photographed at sunset from Arroyo Seco near Taos, New Mexico, USA. New Mexico Stock Photo
The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are the southernmost part of the Rocky Mountains in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. This mountain range is 242 miles in length and contains several peaks which are over 12,000 feet above sea level in New Mexico and over 14,000 feet in Colorado. The highest peak is Blanca Peak in Colorado at 14,351 feet above sea level. The name of the mountains, which means “Blood of Christ” in Spanish, refers to the reddish color observed during sunrise and sunset. This view of the Sangre de Cristo range was photographed at sunset from Arroyo Seco near Taos, New Mexico, USA.

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The Sangre de Cristo Mountains are the southernmost part of the Rocky Mountains in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. This mountain range is 242 miles in length and contains several peaks which are over 12,000 feet above sea level in New Mexico and over 14,000 feet in Colorado. The highest peak is Blanca Peak in Colorado at 14,351 feet above sea level. The name of the mountains, which means “Blood of Christ” in Spanish, refers to the reddish color observed during sunrise and sunset. This view of the Sangre de Cristo range was photographed at sunset from Arroyo Seco near Taos, New Mexico, USA.

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