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One- to three-hour horseback rides through juniper-dotted hills and abandoned mines, including a special sunset/moonlight ride. Along the way, you'll learn about local history and geology.
Santa Ana Pueblo boasts two great golf courses , the Santa Ana Golf Club, a 27-hole links-style course, and the extravagant Twin Warriors Golf Club, with 18 holes amid desert and waterfalls.
Santa Ana Pueblo’s own riding stables offer trail rides and lessons through the reservation’s woodlands, which have recently benefited from a million-dollar clean-up and restoration program, and also host Friday-nigh...
Ever want to learn the arts of trapeze, juggling, or just plain clowning around? As well as drop-in classes, Wise Fool has multiday intensives for adults ($175) and week-long summer day camps for kids ($100).
Pickup from Santa Fe or meet at the river.
Sightseeing and cultural tours of the city and the state, available in French, Italian and Spanish as well as English.
Rio Grande trips meet at the Rio Grande Gorge Visitor Center in Pilar; Rio Chama trips meet in Abiquiú.
Pickup from Santa Fe or meet near the river.
If the name doesn't lure you in, the tours will...
Enthusiastic company offering private, customized hiking, biking, sightseeing and jeep tours all over northern New Mexico. Rates depend on the activity and the size of your party.
Cruise around Santa Fe in an open-sided tram and learn about its history and culture from experienced guides.
Protecting 135 acres along the acequia of Santa Fe Canyon, near the Dale Ball Trails, this center provides information on the coyotes, bobcats and wildlife of the juniper and piñon forest...
If you're looking for riding lessons – Western or English – head a half-hour north to Española, where the affable Erlene Seybold-Smythe, an expert instructor and horse trainer, is based at this champion Morgan facili...
Over 20 miles of paved and unpaved bike and hiking trails, with fabulous desert and mountain views...
Walking tours of Santa Fe, with the guide who strives for the most laughs per minute.
Busloads of people head up to the Taos Box for white-water river running, but there are also mellow float trips throughout New Mexico and overnight guided rafting trips...
Aimed at local clientele, Body offers high-quality massages with fewer frills for less money (from $50 for 30min). Drop your kids at the supervised play room ($7 per hour) while you de-stress.
This ceramics gallery offers week-long workshops taught by master potters during the summer, plus occasional weekend workshops in winter and spring. Most are open to aspiring ceramicists of all levels.
Friendly store a short walk south of downtown, which sells licenses and a large array of gear, and offers fly-fishing lessons plus guided fishing excursions (one/two people from $300/350).
If your love for New Mexican cuisine knows no bounds, take a lesson at this Southwestern-style cooking school, where the cost includes the meal at the end.
The pretty village of Jemez Springs was built around a cluster of springs. You can experience the waters yourself at rustic Jemez Springs Bath House , with private tubs, massages and more.
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