Things To Do

Los Milagros Hotel is located at the gateway to travel in Mexico, and is the perfect place to stay while you explore! We offer tours to the Paquimé Ruins in Casas Grandes, visiting Palomas, Ascension, Janos, Nvo. Casas Grandes, and Casas Grandes along the way. Visit the Mimbres-Paquimé Connection website for more information.
The Pink Store Mexico & Pancho Villa Restaurant
You can shop all of Mexico just across the border at The Pink Store in Palomas, Mexico. Drive or walk across the border---it's easy!

Many of our visitors have a need to stay overnight while getting medical, dental, and optometry services performed in Palomas, and Los Milagros Hotel is the perfect place to stay.
The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail
Columbus, NM is the Southern Terminus of the Continental Divide Hiking and Biking Trail, a United States National Scenic Trail running 3,100 miles (5,000 km) between Mexico and Canada. It follows the Continental Divide of the Americas along the Rocky Mountains and traverses five U.S. states — Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico.
The trail is a combination of dedicated trails and small roads and considered 70% complete. Portions designated as uncompleted must be traveled roadwalking on dirt or paved roads. The CDT in New Mexico is about 700 miles (1,100 km) long and some portions have very limited water. Local volunteer groups place water caches (usually a pile of plastic gallon jugs) at strategic points along the trail. Three southern termini of the trail exist: Crazy Cook Monument, Antelope Wells and Columbus, all in New Mexico's boot heel. Columbus, New Mexico, is also the northern terminus of the annual 250-mile (400 km) Cabalgata Binacional Villista.