The New York Times Shares Their ‘36 Hours In Santa Fe’ | SantaFe.com
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This is a fantastic way to view and read about the best of Santa Fe. We are very proud to know everyone in this piece from the New York Times as a friend.  Read the entire article here. Please enjoy and share with your friends.

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Snow Trax 1 | Nov. 26, 2020
Dan Gibson

SantaFe.com welcomes snowsports journalist Daniel Gibson and his long-running column, Snow Trax. You’ll find a new column here each week through the ski season, with updated snow conditions and great info for winter sports enthusiasts! | Hola, readers! It’s great to join the digital age as this column jumps from print, where it has run in various newspapers for the previous 27 years, to an online-only presence. I’m thrilled to join the SantaFe.com team and to continue my reporting on … Read More

Snow Trax 5 | Wolf Creek Plus Current Ski Conditions
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Wolf Creek & Pagosa Springs: A Visit to the White Realm | Read all about Wolf Creek and Pagosa Springs, then get current regional ski conditions. |  By Daniel Gibson | Count me among the most fortunate of in our corner of the world, as I just returned from a ski outing to Wolf Creek and the charming town of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. On the drive north, we entered the white realm as we reached the higher elevations near Chama, … Read More

How to Spend One Day, Two Days, or a Week in Santa Fe, New Mexico
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It’s easy to spend a lot of time in Santa Fe, New Mexico. But sometimes you may only be able to spend a day, maybe two. And if you’re lucky, a whole week is on the agenda. Here’s what we recommend for your time in the City Different One Day in Santa Fe Stroll around the historic Plaza, stopping to admire the artwork and jewelry created by the Native Americans sitting under the portal of the Palace of the Governors. … Read More

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