High Desert Angler offers trips to the best fishing holes in Northern New Mexico, including fly fishing trips on the Pecos River, San Juan River, Chama River and more.
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Unattended and abandoned campfires on the Pecos/Las Vegas Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest can cause a major headache for fire crews. As the New Mexico fire season gets underway, it’s important to remember that unattended campfires are the leading human cause of wildfire. Visitors to national forests are asked to follow campfire safety procedures to prevent wildfire and ensure public safety. Bring a shovel and plenty of water to make sure you can put your campfire completely out. Build … Read More
Every year in September the museum grounds at El Rancho de las Golondrinas are transformed into the Kingdom of Golondrinas, where the arts and revelry are the order of the day. New Mexico’s premiere Renaissance Faire invites you to experience all the fun and excitement of ages past, in a safe and family-friendly environment where you can eat delicious foods, dance to medieval music, and buy unique arts and crafts. Like a budget-friendly medieval theme park, the Renaissance Faire offers … Read More
A Mid-Winter Pause to Reflect | By Snowsports Writer Daniel Gibson Winter seems to have run out of steam, or I should say, condensation. The snow valve has been largely shut off in the Southwest, and the Rockies in general. For instance, Big Sky, Montana reports just a 39-inch base; Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 49 inches at mid-mountain; and Alta, Utah just 41 inches. Cali isn’t any better, with the greatest depth at Squaw Valley — 39 inches at the bottom … Read More