5 Reasons to Hit the Slopes at Ski Santa Fe

Downhill skier in a blue cloat.

Santa Fe averages 325 days of sunshine per year, making it the perfect place for a midwinter retreat. The city is home to art, culture, food, and entertainment that you can experience in the city year-round, but the cold weather brings endless opportunities for exciting winter recreation. If you’re looking for some excitement this season, Read More …

Explore the Incredible Bandelier National Monument

Ancient cave dwellings at Bandelier National Monument.

Of all the attractions, historic sites, and natural wonders of New Mexico, none are quite as remarkable as Bandelier National Monument. An incredibly well-preserved historic site, the monument was established to protect the amazing cliff dwellings. The dwellings, or cavates, were carved into the Frijole Canyon as early as 1150 CE. These caves were once Read More …

5 Best Ways to Enjoy Fall Foliage in Santa Fe

Bright golden Aspens along the New Mexico landscape.

Santa Fe celebrates its own, unique beauty all year long. However, those who have witnessed autumn’s majesty understands why it’s called the Land of Enchantment. Between mid-September and early October, our treasured Aspen trees begin to transform, gilding the horizon with incredible sprays of gold. If you’re interested in seeing this stunning Southwestern scenery for Read More …

Best Water Activities around Santa Fe

Whitewater rafting

The glorious Rio Grande brings thousands of outdoor enthusiasts to Santa Fe every year. Everyone from beginners testing their endurance to expert thrill-seekers are on the racing river. Whitewater season lasts from March to October, and there are plenty of ways to experience the fun and excitement no matter your skill level. To help you Read More …

Beautiful Places to Hike in Santa Fe

Stunning view of the mountains from Sun Mountain hike

When spring comes with warmer weather, it’s normal to want to hit the trails to enjoy the great outdoors. In fact, after several winter months, we may need to release some pent-up energy. Hiking is a wonderful way to do that. Here are some beautiful places to hike in Santa Fe, NM as you prepare Read More …

Visiting Santa Fe’s Beautiful Local, State & National Parks

Stunning view of Nambe Lake surrounded by evergreen trees and mountains.

New Mexico has an abundance of natural beauty. Simply driving through the state impresses visitors and residents alike with its grandeur. The varied landscape of this scenic southwestern state and the beautiful local, state and national parks in Santa Fe allows those seeking an outdoor adventure the chance to find a little bit of everything Read More …

4 Exciting Outdoor Winter Activities in Santa Fe NM

Downhill skier in bright clothng with snow flying behind

There is something magical about a blue sky and sunny day in the wintertime. The air is crisp and everything snow-covered simply sparkles in the sunlight. If you’re a winter outdoor enthusiast, you’ll find ample opportunities to get out to enjoy the season around Santa Fe. Just imagine enjoying these 4 exciting outdoor winter activities Read More …

Winter Recreation in Santa Fe New Mexico

Cross country skiing in Santa Fe

Santa Fe – A Winter Sports Haven Boasting an average of 300 sunny days a year and plenty of snow during the winter season, winter recreation in Santa Fe New Mexico is paradise. So whether you’re a novice or expert, downhill skier, snowboarder, or cross country skier, you’ll find plenty to do. You will discover Read More …

Best Santa Fe Day Hikes

View of Santa Fe's closest Alpine Lake. Nambe Lake.

Physical Distancing the Way Mother Nature Intended!   Santa Fe is close to so many beautiful, diverse places to get outside, on your own and away from others!  Hiking in and around Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico offers many different types of experiences from alpine lakes or classic western movie set desert canyons to Read More …

Santa Fe’s Best Short Hikes

Views from Sun Mountain Hiking Trail

    Physical Distancing the Way Mother Nature Intended!   One of the best parts of living in Northern New Mexico is the proximity to so many beautiful, diverse places to get outside away from others!  Hiking in an around Santa Fe offers many different types of experiences from alpine lakes or classic western movie Read More …