On a recent trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico, I had some time and looked around for something, out of the city, to see. Officially known as Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument, this place is about 40 miles (64 kilometers) southwest of Santa Fe. Formations like you see here are only found in one other place, Turkey.
This Monument is administered by the Bureau of Land Management. At 4,645 acres, this Monument is a small fraction of the 245 million acres of public land this agency oversees. The access road crosses Cochiti Pueblo tribal land.