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Rodeo de Santa Fe

Every year the Rodeo de Santa Fe brings big time rodeo action – with top cowboys and cowgirls, stock contractors,…
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Santa Fe International Folk Art Market

Immerse yourself in Santa Fe’s famous International Folk Art Market, the world’s largest exhibition and sale of works by master…
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Hide painting by Ramon Jose Lopez at Traditional Spanish Market

Traditional Spanish Market

One of the highlights of the Santa Fe summer months is the Traditional Spanish Market, presented by the Spanish Colonial…
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The Plaza Christmas Santa Fe New Mexico

Santa Fe Farolito Walk on Canyon Road

A celebrated holiday tradition in Santa Fe, the Farolito Walk incorporates thousands of flickering votive candles in paper bags, lining…
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Zozobra close up

The Burning of Zozobra

Every year, The Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe says goodbye to summer with the Burning of Zozobra, a 50-foot high…
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Road Trip | Relive The Last Escape of Billy the Kid!

Lincoln Historic Site will once again come alive with the return of Old Lincoln Days and The Last Escape of…
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Coronado Historic Santa Fe New Mexico

New Mexico Historic Sites | New Exhibit at Bosque Redondo

New Mexico Historic Sites to Support Programs and Resources Through Nominal Admissions Increase Since 1931, the New Mexico Historic Sites…
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Historic building at Fort Bayard

New Mexico Road Trip | Fort Bayard

Our impromptu trip to Fort Bayard a few months ago was a culmination of two things: spending every weekend at…
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Rock at at Three Rivers Petroglyph Site

New Mexico Road Trip | Three Rivers Petroglyph Site

If you’re into art or history, or just like being outdoors, a trip to the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site, in…
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Woman skiing at Angel Fire

Snow Trax 10 | Ghostly Ski Areas

| By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | Ghostly Ski Areas — Ski Rio | Ever wonder what becomes of ski…
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New Mexico Road Trip | Ghost Towns

Throughout the 19th century, mining was a major industry in New Mexico, for silver, gold, lead, and other ores. There…
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Snow boarder in the trees at Ski Santa Fe.

Snow Trax 4 | Ski Instructor Rick Richards

Rick Richards: The Ski Instructor Different | By Snowsports Journalist Daniel Gibson | More regional ski areas continue to open…
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