Oso Vista Ranch is located two hours west of Albuquerque, in the Ramah Valley, on Scenic Byway 53. The ranch house offers comfortable, yet elegant, Santa Fe style accommodations. At 7400 feet above sea level,
visitors enjoy hiking in the clean air and breath-taking beauty of the mountains of New Mexico. Pristine views across our sand stone studded valley, will delight your spirit and inspire the renewal of your body, mind, and spirit.
Frommer's Travel magazine chose Ramah as one of the top ten global travel destinations for 2006. Here is what they say, "Ramah, New Mexico. The diverse culture and history surrounded by open prairies and pink
buttes is why we have selected Ramah, New Mexico as an up and coming destination. The city itself is rich with Mormon history, although the mix of ancestral roots from Spanish settlers to Texan bean farmers can be seen. Bordered by the Zuni and Ramah Navajo Reservations, the intense pride for their heritage seems to radiate everywhere.
The El Morro National Monument is a centuries old collection of messages inscribed on a sandstone rock by Native Americans, Spaniards and other travelers. A Must See: The Ramah Farmers Market, where locals bring lettuce, spinach, beets, onions and carrots sit on tables and in bins amid the honey-like scent of flowers happens every weekend. Stop to enjoy a hazelnut cookie or raspberry tarts. Live guitar music lilts out across irrigated fields where horses and cattle graze."
Our 88, 8-Acre Ranch and the Surrounding Area Has Fascinating, Historical and Cultural, Numerous Anasazi Ruin Sites, Dating to Approximately 900 Ad, Dot the Oso Vista Property and Surrounding Hills, One of the Most Scenic and Significant of These Sites is a Kiva Located, Just Three Miles from the Ranch, at El Morro National Monument, Visitors to El Morro Monument Discover Additional Historical, Fascination in the Inscriptions Left Behind on the Rocks By Spanish, Conquistadores Searching for Gold and Weary Westward Settlers Heading, For the Promise of California, As Well as Petroglyphs Carved By the Original and Still Present Inhabitants of the Area, Oso Vista Ranch Borders the Ramah Navajo Community and is 30, Picturesque Miles from Zuni Pueblo, Giving Visitors Access to Native, American Marketplaces and Dances