Notes on the Geography of The Western United States: Santa Fe: Photo 1
Santa Fe, elevation 7,000 feet, lies at the western base of the Santa Fe Mountains, a southerly extension of the Sangre de Cristos. Set aside in the Santa Fe National Forest, these mountains are now ski country, but the snows melt and drain to the Rio Grande or the tiny Santa Fe River, at whose outlet from the mountains Mexican colonists arrived in 1610.
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