'Trails of Enchantment' highlights unique history and culture of the borderlands
If you like cherry picking, look no further towards La Luz, New Mexico! Nichols Ranch and Orchards have been farming in Otero County since 1882. On every Father's Day weekend, families and friends get to enjoy food trucks, festivities and more at their Cherry Festival.
Red wines, white wines ... you take your pick! Rio Grande Winery is home to the New Mexico State Winemaker of the Year, where they grow and ferment the grapes right here in Mesilla Valley. New Mexico is the oldest wine growing state in North America, thanks to its unique history, high elevation and fertile soil from the Rio Grande River.
Let's go, Chihuahuas! Southwest University Baseball Park is home to the minor league baseball team, The El Paso Chihuahuas. Team officials share that the community here in the Borderland actually makes the stadium experiences one of the most unique out of other ballparks in the country.
Once known as 'The Christmas Star", the electric star on the Franklin Mountains has been lighting the borderland since 1940. With the help of the El Paso Chamber and the El Paso Historical Society, we take a look into the star's history and maintenance to keep it shining everyday.
Welcome to Trails of Enchantment! Where we travel and discover the diverse cultures and nature of the borderland region ... where we share the stories of the places, the art and the people that make up this beautiful land.