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Blue Canyon Realty202 US Hwy 82
Direct (575)495-2525 Office (575)682-BLUE
See all our newest listings at www.bluecanyonrealty.com and come see us in Cloudcroft right on Hwy 82 between the Schools & the Allsups.
Blure Canyon Realty offers Specialized Real Estate Services for buying & selling mountain properties. Our Team Members specialize, allowing us to be “The Best” at what we do. We believe every client deserves exclusive representation by a specialist. Listing Specialist, Randy Everett, Qualifying Broker and Blue Canyon Realty owner is 100% devoted to selling listings, year after year selling more properties than any other Realtor on the mountain. We offer an extensive marketing program, spending thousands monthly in traditional and internet advertising for our listings. Blue Canyon Realty Buyer Specialists exclusively serve and represent you when you want to buy; they know the mountain properties by heart.
Episcopal Church of the Ascension60 Chipmunk Ave (corner of Chipmunk and Curlew) Cloudcroft NM – (575) 404-1590 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday worship at 10:00 AM – check the website for details http://cloudcroftchurch.wixsite.com/ascension
Our weekly Sunday service is at 10:00 AM. We have Holy Eucharist on Sundays in the summer (May-September) and on religious holidays such as Christmas Eve and Holy Week/Easter. Other Sundays we have Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer. Reception follows all services. We have no "dress code" or check for denominational status, as ALL are welcome to join us to be fed with the Word and Eucharist … and enjoy each other's company!
Green Mountain Construction, Inc.500 Burro Ave. Cloudcroft, NM 88317 (575) 682-2100
Green Mountain Construction, Inc. is Cloudcroft's only full service construction company, offering design/build opportunities in residential or commercial applications. We are licensed and bonded and continue to be at the forefront of building and design throughout the mountain community.
Green Mountain Real Estate500 Burro Ave. Cloudcroft, NM 88317 (575) 682-2537
Our agents are licensed by the State of New Mexico and are members of the Otero County Association of Realtors. They are very knowledgeable about the greater Cloudcroft and Ruidoso areas and are able to assist in locating your ideal mountain property. Trained in performing comparative market analysis they are able to list your property at the right price and are equally qualified to assist you in locating your ideal mountain property.
High Altitude Outfitters310 Burro Ave. Cloudcroft, NM 88317 (575) 682-1229
Come join us in the mountains where the air is thin, the weather is beautiful and the trails are abundant. Our specialty? Bike rentals and sales. We can get you out onto the trail in no time whether it's on your own bike or a sweet rental. We have local maps and information as well as personal knowledge of the area and will get you headed in the right direction. High Altitude also carries outdoor gear, winter wear, imported clothing, jewelry and gifts, and so much more. Stop by and check out the shop, who knows what you might find! email@example.com
Lazy Day Cabins & RV Hideaway(575) 687-3693 www.LazyDayCabins.com
Put up your feet and relax in one of our cabins overlooking the beautiful James Canyon. Deer, elk, and turkey are a common sight in the valley below. We're located just off Hwy 82 at mile marker 29, between Cloudcroft and Mayhill. For groups such as family reunions or church retreats, we have a large covered Pavilion with a fully equipped kitchen.
For more information, call or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lodge(866) 595-6343 www.TheLodgeResort.com
Seasoned by a rich and cultured past, The Lodge, located in the Sacramento Mountains of Southern New Mexico, is a magnificent monument to a vanished age that possesses a quality unlike any other resort. Since its original construction in 1899, The Lodge remains committed to first-class service and attention to detail. With 59 distinctive Victorian rooms and suites on-site, The Lodge offers fine dining, shopping, mountain golf, meeting facilities and a spa in a beautiful and memorable mountain resort setting. For information, visit www.TheLodgeResort.com or call (866) 595-6343 for reservations.
Mountain Top Accounting505 Burro Ave, Suite 109 Cloudcroft, NM, 88317-2096 (575) 682-1300 www.mttopaccounting.com/
If you are looking for a blend of personal service and expertise, you have come to the right place! As a member of the AICPA, I offer a broad range of services for business owners, executives and independent professionals. My rates are affordable. I am experienced and friendly. Please call me for a free initial consultation.
Off the Beaten Path100 Glorietta Ave. (575) 682-PATH (7284) www.offthebeatenpathstuff.com
Featuring eclectic gifts & original artwork displayed in the comfort of home. We specialize in local jewelry and unique indoor/outdoor art, including many items made from recycled/reclaimed materials. We proudly carry items you probably won't see anywhere else, and focus on art made in the USA. Our whimsical backyard is open during the warmer months and a toasty fire welcomes you in the winter. Take the road less travelled and get away from the ordinary
Redwall Jewelry505 Burro Ave. Studio 107 (575) 682-4414 RedwallJewelry.com
Redwall Jewelry is located in the Burro Street Exchange (Next door to the Western Bank). Redwall Jewelry show cases contemporary as well as classic multi colored gem, opal and diamond jewelry. Redwall Jewelry has been established in Cloudcroft since the 70's and is a local and visitor favorite. email@example.com
Sacramento Mountains Historical Museum & Pioneer Village1000 Hwy 82 (575) 682-2932 www.cloudcroftmuseum.com
The Sacramento Mountains Historical Society takes a lot of pride in our Museum and Pioneer Village. It is dedicated to the history of Cloudcroft and the surrounding communities. Take a moment while you're in town to visit. Step inside cabins built in the 1800's, research in our vault and enjoy a walk among the aspen trees. Summer hours: Mon, Tues, Fri & Sat 10AM-4PM, Sun 1PM-4PM. Winter hours Fri & Sat 10AM-4PM (weather permitting). For more information, please call the museum's office or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
STC OutfittingPO Box 396 Cloudcroft, NM 88317 (575) 687-4006 www.stcoutfitting.com
Come enjoy a southern New Mexico adventure hunting in the pines of the Sacramento Mountains with a premier locally owned and registered outfitter. We are located in the Lincoln National Forest and also hunt the surrounding areas. The wildlife that abound in these areas are Elk ,Mule Deer, Antelope, Turkey , Ibex, Oryx, Bear, Lion, Javelina, Dove, Quail, and Predators. We offer full service private and public hunts for most species with lodging facilities to make your stay enjoyable. We also have guaranteed land owner tags to guarantee your hunting dates. Lodging and cold storage pack-outs, capping and quarting services available to the public year round. We do gun and hunting equipment sales and are a New Mexico notary. Let STC Outfitting become your head quarters for all your New Mexico hunting needs. Steve & Lee-Ann Connor Send email to: email@example.com
Tularosa Basin Telephone Company1409 James Canyon Hwy (575) 585-2700 www.tbtc.net/
TBTC & TCI have been serving the Tularosa Basin area since 1996 as the #1 local telephone, fiber-to-the premise, high speed internet, long distance & cellular service provider.
Contact us today and let us get you connected.
Village of Cloudcroft(575) 682-2411 www.villageofcloudcroftnm.com/
For over one hundred years, the Village of Cloudcroft has been a delightful place to live and play. The Village, surrounded by Lincoln National Forest, is located at 8,700 feet elevation and 16 miles east of Alamogordo, Otero County, in the Sacramento Mountains of Southern New Mexico. Annual precipitation is about 33 inches, including 7.7 feet of annual snowfall.
The full-time population is 749. In the summer months, with an average daytime temp of 72 F degrees, the population rises to almost 2000. The winter low temperature, averaging about 38 degrees, attracts many who enjoy skiing, ice skating, snow sports.
Come visit and enjoy our summer of hiking, biking, golfing or winter skiing, snow play, or just to relax. But be prepared, you might want to stay.