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Every year, the International Mountain Bicycling Association recognizes locations with outstanding mountain bike trails. Santa Fe was recognized as a 2014 Silver level Ride Center. IMBA’s Ride Center award recognizes large-scale mountain bike destinations that offer a wide range of trails for every riding style. According to IMBA, “Ride Centers not only invite you to plan a multi-day trip with your full quiver of mountain bikes and the whole family, they take care of you both on and off the … Read More
Santa Fe’s location at the foot of the southern Rockies, along with its mild four-season climate, have made it a world-class city for outdoor recreation. With hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, ranging from 6,000 to 12,000 feet in elevation, it’s no wonder the International Mountain Bike Association has named Santa Fe one of 15 Silver Ride Centers in the world. Nor is it surprising that Grand Fondo New York (GFNY) has chosen Santa Fe as a location … Read More
This article originally appeared in 2009 Heading For Truchas Lakes This ledge was narrow, dark and steep….hhmmm wonder what poem that snippet comes from. It does seem to fit the situation. I’m standing on what I think is probably the northern edge of the Truchas Peaks ridge. I headed up a tiny saddle south of North Truchas Peak. Middle and North Truchas Peaks are starring right at me, I’ll need to cross over and down to Truchas Lakes before I’ll … Read More