One of Santa Fe’s most beloved holiday traditions, the Canyon Road Farolito Walk, lights up the hearts and souls of thousands who promenade this famous path on Christmas Eve. Carolers gather around the farolitos (Spanish for paper lantern; diminutive of farol, lantern; from faro, lighthouse, lantern; from Latin pharus, from Pharus, Pharos) or luminarias (small bonfires), and sing for joy as they warm themselves, and our hearts, from the cold night. The Farolito Walk is free, and has become a celebrated tradition during this sacred season.
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The holidays are a magical time, especially in Santa Fe. Farolitos and holiday decorations light up the crisp cool nights, seasonal activities abound, and adventure awaits around every corner. Nowhere else is that truer than at Bishop’s Lodge, Auberge Resorts Collection, where you are invited to experience a Southwestern winter wonderland, nestled spaciously within 317 acres bordering the Santa Fe National Forest. Thanksgiving week kicks off the holiday season with a full range of activities, including a special collaboration at … Read More
A celebrated holiday tradition in Santa Fe, the Farolito Walk incorporates thousands of flickering votive candles in paper bags, lining historic neighborhood streets and adobe walls on Christmas Eve. The result is a warm inviting glow and a spectacular New Mexico tradition that is hard to resist for evening strollers. This free event takes place on Saturday, December 24, 2022. The event begins at sundown, with farolitos casting their glow on gardens, courtyards and walls of the century-old buildings lining … Read More