BlogHeader_Recipes-1024x410

Santa Fe Spring Travel FAQs

Why is Spring the best time to visit Santa Fe? Spring is quieter than the summer, and yet not as quiet as winter. The locals are thrilled to welcome you into their galleries, retail shops, and restaurants, in part because they have just emerged from a slower season and they are rejuvenated! Also…

Read More

Six Ways to Love Santa Fe in February

Christmas and New Year’s Eve may be over but Santa Fe’s winter wonderland is still going strong in The City Different. Just a gaze to the east and you will see the Sangre de Cristo Mountain’s gorgeous snowcap! Here are 6 happenings you’ll want to take advantage of while you visit our historic city…

Read More

Santa Fe: 1 city, 4 trips

Note: This blog was written by author Sarah Osman for Matador Network in paid partnership with TOURISM Santa Fe. Santa Fe has always lived up to its nickname, “The City Different.” The nation’s oldest capital is filled with history, art, museums, and some of the best food in the country. At the…

Read More

4 Don’t-Miss Trails in Santa Fe County

Santa Fe County, with its endless trails, diverse landscapes, and 320 days of sunshine a year, is an outdoor lover’s paradise and has been designated a Silver-Level Ride Center by the International Mountain Bicycling Association. The area is enveloped in wilderness, and whether you’re looking for a…

Read More

Santa Fe County: A Ski and Spa Haven

Gorgeous peaks tower over Santa Fe and in the winter, they’re coated in snow. Powder seekers need look no further than Ski Santa Fe, whose high altitude and abundance of sunshine promises ample gorgeous days on the mountain. Snow activities in the area far surpass those on skis or snowboard. If…

Read More

Fall Destination: Tesuque

[blog_cta type="guide" text="Order My 2016 Santa Fe Travel Guide" title=”Fall_Destination_Tesuque"] Saying goodbye to summer is hard, but there’s no better place to take in a deep breath of the crisp fall breeze than the quaint village of Tesuque. Enveloped in towering cottonwood trees that roll out…

Read More