Bicycling around Santa Fe Santa Fe is renowned by outdoor enthusiasts of any sport. At an altitude of 7,000 feet above sea level, the city boasts 320 days of glorious sunshine each year; perfect weather to hit the great outdoors. […]
Renowned Santa Fe cuisine If you consider yourself a foodie, or maybe you just love food like the rest of us, Santa Fe is the perfect destination to explore your palette. Voted the best food town in 2012, Santa Fe […]
Every Christmas Eve is Santa Fe’s most beloved holiday traditions, the Canyon Road Farolito Walk. Thousands of people each year stroll up the gallery-lined street singing carols, meeting with friends, and enjoying artwork. Farolitos (Spanish for little lantern) are small, […]
Georgia O’Keeffe’s artistic legacy is undeniable. Her creativity, boldness, and talent made her one the world’s most significant female artists of the last century. Her artistic achievements are valued even more so in Santa Fe, as she helped put […]
Georgia O’Keeffe’s artistic legacy is undeniable. Her creativity, boldness, and talent made her one the world’s most significant female artists of the last century. Her artistic achievements are valued even more so in Santa Fe, as she helped put New […]
The Turquoise Trail Scenic Byway (also known as NM 14) takes you south from Santa Fe through old mining towns, scenic landscapes of wide-open prairies, to the mountaintops of the Sandia Mountains.
This is "the other Las Vegas," a frontier railroad town that was part of the historic Old Santa Fe Trail. On the way to Las Vegas on I-25, visit the Pecos National Historical Park. Fishermen will find excellent fly-fishing along the Pecos River and hikers can enjoy the Pecos Wilderness area.
This scenic trip winds through ruins of an ancient civilization, a high-tech research center (birthplace of the atomic bomb), traditional Pueblos, and the collapsed center of a long-dormant volcano.
This day trip will take you to the charming town of Taos, a culturally rich small town set against the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the east and a spectacular mesa sliced by the meandering Rio Grande to the west.
See the landscapes of sandstone cliffs, tree-lined river beds and juniper covered foothills that inspired Georgia O’Keeffe and are reflected in her paintings.