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New Mexico U-Pack Coverage Area

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Moving to New Mexico
There's a reason New Mexico is called the "Land of Enchantment". In what other state can you go sand sledding, ski down majestic mountains, see the largest balloon festival in the world, explore impressive Native American Indian ruins, watch Native American dances, see volcanoes and hang out with aliens at a UFO festival? Only in beautiful, exciting New Mexico.  

 

All about New Mexico
New Mexico is the 36th most populous states in America. It has the second-highest percentage of Indigenous peoples of the Americas (after Alaska). Tribes in the state are primarily Navajo and Pueblo. New Mexico is part of the “Four Corners” along with Colorado, Arizona, and Utah!

Mexico’s landscape is diverse. You’ll find deserts, mesas, snow-capped mountains, and plenty of rivers. The Rio Grande is tied for the fourth longest river in the United States.

National Parks
There are five national parks in New Mexico for you to enjoy! In New Mexico, you can whitewater raft, fish, kayak, golf, hike, mountain bike, ski, snowboard, balloon, wind surf, cycle, or scuba dive!

New Mexico Cuisine
With blended flavors from Spanish and Native American roots, you’ll find some great tasting food in New Mexico. Of course, the New Mexican chile (red and green) is used in everything from enchiladas to ice cream! New Mexico is famous for its Green Chile cheeseburger, too, so be sure to try it once you’ve settled in.

New Mexico Education
The New Mexico Public Education Department oversees the operation of primary and secondary schools in the state. There are many colleges and universities in New Mexico. You might recognize the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, the Santa Fe University of Art and Northern New Mexico College in Espanola.

Sports in New Mexico
You can enjoy some professional sports teams in New Mexico including the Albuquerque Isotopes (baseball), the New Mexico Thunderbirds (basketball) and the New Mexico Mustangs (ice hockey).

Skiing in New Mexico
Get the kids in the car and travel to one of the eight alpine and three Nordic ski areas throughout the state. You’ll love the all-around experience of dining, shopping, and of course, skiing. New Mexico gets more than 300 inches of snow each winter and more than 300 days of sunshine each year. You can participate in Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, inner tube riding, and snowshoeing.

What are so many people moving to New Mexico?
Not only is the state full of rich history, exciting cultural experiences and amazing nature, it's also a great place to live and work. In fact, as of April 2009, the city had the 7th lowest unemployment rate in the United States.

Moving to New Mexico with U-Pack
If you're searching for an affordable solution for moving to New Mexico, and you would like to avoid driving a rental truck cross-country, consider U-Pack® Moving.

U-Pack rates are comparable to truck rental, but you don’t have to drive. You don’t have to pay out of pocket for fuel, either! It’s included in your U-Pack quote. Here’s how it works:

ABF (U-Pack’s primary transportation provider) delivers a moving trailer or ReloCube to your home. You load. ABF drives to your new location in New Mexico. You unload.

It’s the easiest way to move across country. Go U-Pack!

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