Located 22 miles southwest of Santa Fe, Cochiti community is a historic pueblo, which is listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. The community boasts a golf course, the Cochiti dam and the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument. Cochiti Pueblo contains 53,779 acres of reservation land of which 7,042 acres are dedicated to residential and commercial lease properties and the golf course.
The elevation varies from 5300 to 6800 feet above sea level and is characterized by the Rio Grande, which flows through reservation lands. Cochiti Pueblo is well known for their craftsmanship in making jewelry, pottery, (storyteller), and drums.
Peña Blanca’s name is derived from the Spanish term for “white rock”, peña blanca. However, without the tilde, pena blanca actually means “white sorrow” or “white pain”.
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