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Since 1974! Year-round Southwest Wing Safaris offer everything from local scenic flights to full-day air/land adventure explorations, and private charters. If you want to see the Great American Southwest, from the colorful allures of New Mexico’s world-famous Land of Enchantment to the overwhelming geologic fantasia of the Grand Canyon, you will appreciate these epic travel opportunities. Authentic, once-in-a-lifetime skyventures make 200 million years of landscape evolution come alive, navigated as though on wings of time. "Inexpressible magnificence!"
Offering tours & in store outfitting purchases. Enjoy year-round fly-fishing in Northern New Mexico.
We are the oldest established fly fishing business in Santa Fe, serving Northern New Mexico and world wide anglers since 1985. A full service fly shop, school and guide service, High Desert Angler offers year-round fly fishing on private and public waters all over New Mexico. We can cater our trips to any skill level and desire. Advance booking recommended.
Open COVID Safe Tours: Full and Half Day Trips from Santa Fe. Since 1998, we know how to have fun, we love this place and we'll take you out into the beautiful landscapes, historic villages and unique sites of northern New Mexico. We'll pick you up at your location. Join us on a group tour, or book a private tour, customized adventures also available. Trips can also include hikes if requested. Explore the history and culture of this Land of Enchantment.
Advance Reservations Recommended.
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Season: March - Sept. Join us for white water rafting in Santa Fe and Taos, as well as other exciting water sports, including kayaking, paddle-boarding and more. Whether you’re looking for a wild whitewater run through the Class IV rapids of the world famous Taos Box or a scenic float through the azure canyon of the Rio Chama, New Mexico River Adventures has a river trip for you and your family or group. Ages 4 and up. Mention CODE: SFS10 for 10% off when you book/ call.
(Open Daily: 11am - 6pm patio/garden/indoor open for tastings & sales & tours.) Enjoy our Wines, Hard Cider, and our unique land with Petroglyphs & Labyrinth! A short 45 minute drive to exactly mid-way between Santa Fe and Taos, Black Mesa Winery & Cidery, sits alongside the Rio Grande on Highway 68. For more than 20 years, the vineyard, winery and tasting room have been a welcome stop for visitors. Stop in and taste our award-winning wines & ciders. We're open 7 days a week. Tours available by appointment. REMEMBER TO MENTION: Santa Fe Selection.
Now offering expert-guided geology tours. Learn more about the petroglyphs, and the history and geology of this unique land.
Enjoy our specialty Market, hands-on classes, the original Santa Fe restaurant tours & delicious Chef prepared meals. Come to cook. Come to eat. Come to shop! Book your private party for an unforgettable private dining experience, or order to take home. For 30+ years, internationally acclaimed, recreational culinary school and market, specializing in foods of the southwest. And enjoy our weekly Restaurant walking tours. Recently Voted One of the Top 3 Things To Do in Santa Fe! by OK Magazine. Holidays see "More."
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Downtown tasting room, & distillery for tours, purchases, & classes. SEE HOURS: Santa Fe Spirits is an award-winning craft distillery proud to produce spirits that capture and accentuate the character of the Southwest. Visit our distillery to learn about our distilling process and take a flavorful tour of our award-winning spirits. Or stop by our downtown Cocktail Bar & tasting room for a drink filled with the quality and personality of our spirits. We're happy to show you what making world-class spirits is all about. Enjoy our spirits and seasonal live music. Cheers!
2023-24 Ski Season begins Nov 24, 2023 and runs till mid-April, depending on weather. Plus Fall Chairlift Rides & Other Activities. Check website for updates and ticket purchase. With a base area elevation of 10,350 feet, Ski Santa Fe is among the highest ski areas in the continental United States, ideal for families and pros. And we are expecting fantastic snow falls this year! Thanksgiving Day is usually the first day of the season. Book your ski vacation now!
Paseo Pottery is located in a large studio/gallery in the Meow Wolf neighborhood. The studio is run by a team of volunteers excited to share their love for clay. We hold daily pottery experiences for travelers, long-term classes and workshops for locals, and monthly events.
We pride ourselves on being a fun, inclusive workspace and welcome people from all populations in Santa Fe’s diverse community.
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Enjoy a guided mountain bike ride through one of North America’s top mountain bike towns, and a Top 10 mountain biking destination.
Fun guided rides on a variety of trails for every skill level. Explore in town & surrounding areas. All gear provided.
The award-winning EQUUS Experience® positively and permanently affects every aspect of your life through self-discovery practice based around connection to the wisdom of the horse herd. At EQUUS, we offer a wide range of experiences tailored to you or your group's needs, including coaching, classes, courses, retreats, and workshops, all designed to help you to live and work with greater meaning and purpose.
For individuals, couples, and groups, from team-building to individual exploration, the EQUUS Experience® is truly life changing.
Featured in The New York Times, Forbes, VOGUE, The Wall Street Journal, and awarded in the Top 11 Life Changing Experiences by New Mexico Tourism.MENTION Santa Fe Selection when you call.
Located eight miles west of the historical downtown district and nestled in a small-town feel, Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe shines from the full splendors and unique style Santa Fe, NM has become known for. It's exquisite parkland-style presentation of native terrain boasts visual scenery that so eloquently captivates the colorful splendor of the southwest. Between the majestic views and quietness of the desert environment, you’ll feel like you’re really getting away from it all.
TOURS AVAILABLE. Historic Villages, Native Pueblos, Artist Homes & Studios - Walking tours and/or drive tours. Gain an insider peek at the authentic culture of Santa Fe, meet Native American and Hispanic artists in their homes and in Native Pueblo Villages. Meet the people, learn of their art and culture, and enjoy a traditional meal. You’ll fall in love with all that is uniquely Northern New Mexico and will take home memories to cherish for a lifetime. Also, you can explore historic downtown Santa Fe, and Canyon Road with Robbie's Walking Tours for small groups, and individuals. "Our day with you during our recent trip to Santa Fe was the highlight of our week there."-E.B MENTION SANTA FE SELECTION WHEN YOU CALL!
EQUUS presents - The Cottonwood Dancers - Ceremonial Dances from the Tesuque Pueblo at Thunderbird Ridge.
For the Pueblo people of Northern New Mexico, Ceremonial dances are a key expression of their tradition and faith. The ‘social’ dances are offered to the public to share their good will and blessings. Local business EQUUS and The Cottonwood Dancers from Tesuque Pueblo have united to bring these special dances to private groups. Their Buffalo and Deer Dances honor the spirit of these sacred animals, the seasons and the land.
Take this excellent opportunity to come together in an amazing experience of authentic Native tradition in a beautiful natural environment at a private ranch. Perfect for Professional Groups, Families, Corporate Groups, Young Professional Organizations, Entrepreneurs Organizations, and Private Parties, Wedding groups, and more.
Season: March 24th through October 31. See "hours". WEATHER PERMITTING. Enjoy our open-sided tram tours of historic downtown Santa Fe and neighboring areas within an approxixmate 2 mile radius. See Santa Fe as only the best tour guides can show it with Santa Fe's oldest and finest tour company. Learn about the history, art, landmarks and architecture of the oldest capital in the U.S. No reservations required. Click for details.
WHEN: October 2024 dates to be determined.
WHERE: See Artists in ACTION - In Artist Studios around Santa Fe - Various Locations. Preview Gallery Dates TBD, at Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail. Plus exciting workshops held through the week.
Free to the public! Now in its 15th year. The Annual Santa Fe Studio Tour (SFST) showcases the wealth of talent and creativity that makes Santa Fe the 3rd largest Art Market in the United States. Visit as many as 106 artists at over 87 studios to meet the artists and watch them create!
OPEN! Call for your tour. Join expert guide Tom Gallegos to experience Santa Fe and New Mexico’s native Pueblos, historic Spanish villages, and beautiful scenery. True New Mexico features the authentic places, people, art and cuisine that makes our Land of Enchantment an unforgettable experience. Outings include "Sense of Place" walking tours, guided hikes, step-on guided tours, and customized special excursions & more...
Open. See hours. Dating back to the late 1500s, early 1600s, and built upon land that was used as a sacred site dating back to the 1300s, San Miguel Chapel is the oldest recorded sanctified church in the United States. It is the only church in New Mexico that still holds Mass, and offers popular annual events. This amazing chapel is one of the least known, yet most significant historic treasures in the U.S.
Donations For Chapel Preservation are very much needed and appreciated. Thank you!
Located on historic Canyon Road, El Zaguán is a must-stop for visitors in search of the authentic Santa Fe. In 1854, James L. Johnson bucked the standard practice among his fellow merchants of living near to the plaza and purchased a parcel of land along Canyon Road. The building, known as El Zaguán, lives on and carries a fascinating history. Visitors are welcome to relax in its beautiful gardens, view art exhibits, hold private events, attend guest lectures, and learn about the cast of characters that has contributed to the unique culture and history of Santa Fe.
Taos is only an hour and thirty-five minute scenic drive from Santa Fe. Our guide gets your visit off to a great start. Take a day, spend the night, and enjoy exploring the unique beauty, history and culture of the area, including Taos Pueblo, restaurants, galleries and more.
MINDFULNESS * MOVEMENT * MEDITATION. Peace Place for Kids offers a variety of activities, and the tools needed to connect with peace. It is a community space for families and children to experience meditation, mindfulness, movement in a variety of ways, including: yoga for kids, and adults, deep relaxation, expressive fun workshops, drumming, & classes and events that support a connection to a vibration of peace.
We invite you and your family to join us on this journey of radical love, peace and inner balance. All ages are welcome.
Santa Fe's only nature center, offering free Bird walks and more and introducing visitors to a unique history and nature. Whether visiting to see some of the 190 bird species recorded here, touring the gardens for an understanding of our native plant life, or touring the historic Randall Davey house and studio, we hope you’ll leave knowing why we are such a special place in this “City Different” Santa Fe, New Mexico. ...
OPEN with COVID protocols. Georgia O'Keeffe Loved Ghost Ranch-You Will Too! There is so much to discover here. You can spend days exploring two museums, hiking trails, horseback rides, paleontology tours (kids love dinosaurs!), the Georgia O'Keeffe Landscape tour, high and low ropes courses, archery, numerous classes/workshops and retreats year-round at this spectacular location. There's no place on earth like Ghost Ranch...
OPEN. See "Hours". Two mysteries surround the spiral staircase in the Loretto Chapel: the identity of its builder and the physics of its construction.
A National Historic Landmark and home to the ancestors of today's Santa Clara Pueblo people just 35 minutes' drive from Santa Fe. Spend time with us, and be touched by the spirit of a special place between the earth and sky. Closed Nov 1 for Ceremonial Day. Check website for other schedule changes.
NOTE: Some pueblos may be closed to visitors. Please call numbers provided on "more" page to check the status of their feast days and visitor access.
There are 19 Pueblos around Northern New Mexico and each observe sacred ceremonial Feast Days and Religious Events. The Native people generously allow respectful outsiders to attend some of these events throughout the year. Please be sure to observe all Pueblo Rules of Etiquette when visiting Native American villages. If you're not sure what the rules are, please inquire at the Tourism Offices for each Pueblo. Click "More" for Calendar of Events.
Get ready for an Adventure of a Lifetime! Climb aboard and expect the unexpected as you travel the 18-mile historic rail between Santa Fe and Lamy NM. Entertainers, music, great food, and drink await you on Sky Railway.
Here are a few hiking trails and walks close to town. If you brought your best quadruped friend with you, you might want to let them off leash to do some exploring of their own at the Frank S. Ortiz park, a.k.a "The Dog Park." Of course, there are many beautiful on leash spots at our State Parks to let them sniff Santa Fe, while you take in the amazing vistas. But here are a couple lesser-known ones complete with amazing vistas to get you started. PLEASE CLEAN UP AFTER YOUR DOG! THANKS! Have a great walkies...
The unique and varied terrain of Northern New Mexico makes Santa Fe an ideal mountain biking destination. The following list will help you find a few of the best trails for your ventures. Please be safe and always let someone know where you're going when heading out on a trail.
Daily 9am - 3.30pm check calendar link for current hours. Closed for spring renovation Mar 4 - April 28, 2024. Call the number listed for any unexpected closures that may occur throughout the year (click 'more'). Taos Pueblo is the northernmost of the nineteen New Mexico Pueblos. It is generally open to visitors Thurs-Mon 9am - 4pm, except when tribal rituals require closing the Pueblo. I recommend you call the visitor center at the number listed here Mon- Fri 8am-5pm to find out if any closures are likely during your dates. Click for Ceremony Dates and more info...