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Eagle Nest is located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, nestled in the Moreno Valley between New Mexico’s two highest peaks - Baldy Mountain (12,441 feet) and Wheeler Peek (13,161 feet) - at the junction of US Hwy 64 and State Hwy 38

Eagle Nest is located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, nestled in the Moreno Valley between New Mexico’s two highest peaks - Baldy Mountain feet) and Wheeler Peek feet) - at the junction of US Hwy 64 and State Hwy NM

Eagle Nest, New Mexico and Eagle Nest Lake

Eagle Nest, New Mexico and Eagle Nest Lake

St James Hotel, Cimarron, New Mexico  The St James Hotel was built in 1872 by Henri Lambert . Its saloon, restaurant and 43 rooms were witness to at least 26 murders during Cimarron's wilder days Room 18 at the hotel is kept locked because it houses the ghost of an ill-tempered Thomas James Wright, who was killed at his door just after winning the rights to the hotel in a poker game. Having been shot from behind, Wright continued on into the room and slowly bled to death.

The St James Hotel was built in 1872 by Henri Lambert (later changed to Henry) and was originally called Lambert's Inn. Its saloon, restaurant and 43 rooms were witness to at least 26 murders during Cimarron's wilder days.

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