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 quick stroll through the piñon and juniper trees or a weekend backpacking trek through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, here are some of the best trails in the area for every type of outdoor enthusiast.

On any given day you’ll see locals and visitors alike exploring the wilderness with a giddy grin on their face and possibly some words of wisdom to point you in the right direction. So answer the call of the outdoors and see why USA Today  voted Santa Fe the #1 Outdoor Destination in the United States.

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Santa Fe’s Performing Arts Take Center Stage This Spring

Santa Fe brings the arts to life with live music, premier films and cultural dance, and is a genuine feast for those who love live performances. The intimate settings make seeing any show in Santa Fe a truly personal experience. The Performing Arts truly take center stage in The City Different each spring. Here are just a few of our top picks to take in Santa Fe’s vibrant performing arts scene.

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The Kids Are Free For Your Family’s Santa Fe Spring Break

Is this the year you try something different for Spring Break? Santa Fe beckons your family to spend a fun, easy and affordable vacation in The City Different. But wait, we have more to tell you! KIDS ARE FREE! Beginning March 1, 2019, your family will have a chance to take advantage of our Kids Free Spring Break deals and specials in Santa Fe. From outdoor activities, arts, culture, accommodations, restaurants to other kid-friendly attractions; we have your family covered to maximize your budget and enhance your Spring Break fun. Here are a few of our top picks, but you can view all the offers at SantaFe.org/Spring_Break.

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Tap Into 7 Unforgettable Santa Fe Beer Experiences

Beer is the most consumed alcoholic beverage in the world and the third most popular drink (behind water and tea). There is no exception in Santa Fe. Here you’ll find hand crafted micro beers are as good or better than anywhere else!

Whether you travel to Santa Fe for a week, a weekend, or a season, you’ll have no problem wetting your whistle with new and different award-winning brews during your visit.

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Getting To And Around Santa Fe

No matter how you get to Santa Fe—plane train or automobile—you’ll have no trouble zipping around the historic streets of the City Different.

Santa Fe offers ways to get around the city easily with:  a public transportation system, charter vans, bikes and limousine services. It’s also good to know that rental cars can also be picked up at several locations in Santa Fe.

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Embark On a Spiritual Journey in Santa Fe

What is it about Santa Fe that has attracted generations of artists, body workers, shamans, psychics, poets, and yogis? Most say that there isn’t one singular aspect that beckons them, but rather a combination of many. Here, mystical objects and devotions compel seekers to draw energy from our ancient pueblos and sacred ruins, vast starry skies, restorative hot springs, and awe-inspiring nature.

The pathway of spiritual exploration can come softly, take unexpected turns, and surprise even the most skeptical. Go ahead, give yourself permission to embark on a spiritual journey while you take in Santa Fe.

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