If your interest lies in ghost towns, you've come to the right place! Visit the ghost mining camp of Granite Gap in Southwestern New Mexico. More than a hundred years ago, this town was home to 2,000 miners and their families. In 1902, Granite Gap died when the silver standard dropped. The saloons, church, jail, school, livery stable, and bordellos are just rubble now, but Granite Gap's currently home to cougar, rattlesnakes, coyote, bighorn sheep, javelina, lizards, mule deer, and the Gila monster. Gear up and explore the Granite Gap Mountain, carved with 15 miles of hard rock tunnels (be careful!).