Vallecitos (in Rio Arriba County, NM) Populated Place Profile


Vallecitos (GNIS FID: 912053) is a populated place located in Rio Arriba County at latitude 36.091 and longitude -106.339.

The elevation of Vallecitos is 7,805 feet. Vallecitos appears on the Vallecitos U.S. Geological Survey Map. Rio Arriba County is in the Mountain Time Zone (UTC -7 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Abiquiu, NM (8.1 miles N)
Canones, NM (8.8 miles NW)
Chili, NM (10.6 miles E)
El Duende, NM (12.3 miles E)
Hernandez, NM (12.4 miles E)
Chamita, NM (13.6 miles E)
Youngsville, NM (13.9 miles WNW)
San Jose, NM (14 miles ESE)
Los Alamos, NM (14.1 miles S)
Pueblito, NM (14.7 miles E)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Vallecitos Corrales, NM (1.9 miles SSW)
Recheulos, NM (2.7 miles S)
San Lorenzo, NM (4.1 miles SE)
Frijoles Spring, NM (5.1 miles NNW)
Clara Peak, NM (6.7 miles SE)
Buena Vista, NM (7.7 miles N)
La Careda, NM (7.7 miles N)
Barranca, NM (7.9 miles N)
El Curuco, NM (8.1 miles N)
Tierra Azul, NM (9.5 miles NNE)

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