Los Rios River Runners | SantaFe.com

Adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers will want to join Los Rios River Runners on one of its half or full day whitewater rafting adventures. The company, which is the oldest, most experienced river rafting company in New Mexico, offers mild and wild trips on the mighty Rio Grande and Rio Chama.

Where to Hike Near Santa Fe
hiker in santa fe national forest

Santa Fe and the surrounding area have hundreds of miles of trails, offering a wide variety of options in line with our area’s diverse population, range of ecosystems, and change in seasons. Santa Fe County has an amazing map that shows all of the trails in the county, but you should read on to learn more. A core network of accessible urban trails – including the River Trail, Rail Trail, Acequia Trail, and Arroyo Chamiso Trail – fans out from … Read More

Where to Get Wet in Northern New Mexico
Rio Grande in New Mexico

What would summer be without cold mountain water to help you beat the heat? Whether you seek to swim in a lake, cool off with wondrous waterfalls, enjoy boating, river rafting or angling for trout in a rushing river, summertime in northern New Mexico offers majestic places to have fun in water. From the mighty Rio Grande, the longest river in the Land of Enchantment, to scenic Abiquiú Lake, where 200 million year-old fossils have been found, our high-desert rivers, … Read More

Santa Fe Things to Do | Where to Go For Outdoor Activities
rocky outcropping in the Sangre de Cristo mountains

Winter is just around the corner, but the weather is gorgeous right now. These mild but warm temps are sure to give way to winter soon, so now is the time to enjoy the outdoors in all its glory.  Surrounding Santa Fe are myriad outdoor activities available on the extensive BLM lands and national forests waiting to be explored.  Whatever your interests, these beautifully dramatic and diverse landscapes will satisfy your appetite for wide open spaces.  Here is a sampling: … Read More