The San Luis Valley of Colorado is a photographer’s dream. Whether you carry a cell phone or a
telephoto lens, this part of Colorado has many iconic photographic destinations. The Great Sand Dunes
National Park is one of the most picturesque places in Colorado, but it’s not the only place to nab killer
photos. The Monte Vista and Alamosa Wildlife Refuges make for great wildlife viewing and the open
expanse of earth and sky make for striking landscapes. Blanca Peak towers over the valley at 14,344 feet
high. The back roads are covered in open farm scenes with New Mexico border towns littered with old
adobe buildings and ruins. The easterly end of the Cumbres & Toltec steam train railroad is in Antonito,
CO and the farmlands west of the station make for great 1800’s looking western images. San Luis,
Colorado is the oldest town on Colorado and is home to the Stations of the Cross Shrine.

Trip Highlights:
Great Sand Dunes National Park
Monte Vista Wildlife Refuge
Alamosa Wildlife Refuge
Stations of the Cross Shrine, San Luis, CO
Cumbres & Toltec Railroad – Antonito Station
Rio Grande and the Road G Bridge
Garcia, New Mexico & Jaroso, Colorado villages

Operator Information:
Steven Bundy Photography Tours has been providing photography “safari’s” and camera and image
instruction in Northern New Mexico since 2008. Hundreds of happy customers have returned home with
great memories and stunning photos to share with friends and family. I try to provide very casual and
easy going photo tours of my beautiful New Mexico along with enough camera and image education
along the way to provide the participants the tools and scenes to head back home with some beautiful
images they would want to put on their walls.