Top of the World  
Top of the World  
 

Welcome to Top of the World, a subdivision in Catron County, New Mexico that offers a unique blend of remote mountain living and accessibility. Our community is located just one mile from U.S. Highway 60, yet is remarkably secluded; in fact, it features some of the darkest skies in the U.S.

Lots range in size from 10 to 20 acres, and each offers something different: some have heavy stands of ancient piñon and juniper trees, while others are open fields of blue grama grass, perfect for horses. The topography is also diverse, with shale ridges, high viewpoints, and secluded low areas. Sensible covenants are in effect. A community well and electric service are available, and telephone and DSL broadband Internet service are installed to every lot line.

The surrounding area offers excellent hunting, fishing, hiking and cattle ranching. There are also historic Indian ruins, cliff dwellings, and national forests nearby, and the This link opens in a new windowContinental Divide Trail is adjacent to the development. Serene meadows, streams and lakes provide unlimited recreational opportunities and habitat for the local wildlife, which includes deer, antelope, bear, elk, bobcat, sandhill crane, dove and wild turkey.


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