By Jenny Kane
"This will likely be one of the most monumental tourism efforts that the Four Corners will have seen," said Aztec Planning Director Roshana Moojen, noting that the publication's geotourism sector had never mapped such a large area.
The area, which will be known as the "Trail of the Ancients" will not necessarily be a bordered region, but instead a domain defined by attractions that exude the Four Corners culture. Eventually the points of interest will create a four-state scenic byway, Moojen said.
Below: "Storm clouds roll over the hills at the Bisti Wilderness Area." (James B. Hale/The Daily Times)