Featured on Golf Life and Fox Sports television networks, Santa Fe’s finest municipal golf course offers golfers of all ages breathtaking 360-degree panoramic mountain views that surround the Sangre de Cristos, Jemez, Ortiz and Sandia mountains, scenic high-desert landscape, exclusive low rates and full-service amenities. Partake in the championship 18-hole course, 35-station all-grass driving range, practice greens, putting area and an executive par-3 course ranked “Top Three Big Little Courses in the US” by Travel + Leisure magazine.
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Santa Fe is surrounded by beautiful places to experience New Mexico’s wilderness and some of those spots offer an array of trails for hikers. The following locations provide visitors dynamic and interesting hikes that vary in distance and difficulty. Sandia Mountains Another widely popular destination for hikers are the Sandia Mountains located in the Cibola National Forest about 60 miles south of Santa Fe. The Sandia Mountain Wilderness was designated by Congress in 1978. Since then, Cibola National Forest has … Read More
We could have made this list waaay longer, but we want to give you what we think are the best things to do in Santa Fe. One thing is for sure, one adventure will lead you to another, and it won't be long before you have added 25 more things to this list.
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