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Feasting at the country’s oldest pueblo, trekking mountains with a llama along to lug the heavy stuff, hiking in 242,500 acres of natural wilderness, and then kayaking the Rio Grande?
Pueblo Alto Trail has bird’s-eye view
Editor’s Note: To celebrate 2013’s “Year of Italian Culture,” Davide Arminio, an Italian journalist studying in Albuquerque, is finding stories… more »
Although the nearby mountains are snowcapped and many of the higher-elevation hiking trails may be impassable without snowshoes, plenty of viable options remain for hikers who want to get out and enjoy the exercise and spectacular scenery.
Visitors who choose the winter months for a trip to Taos will enjoy a quieter vacation with fewer crowds than on summer days but still plenty of things to do – even off the ski slopes.
This may not be exactly accurate in the vernacular of weather forecasting, but think of the coming ski season as “Quién Sabe.”
Children of all ages, eager to find the magic of Christmas, board the Polar Express, an annual excursion of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
The economy may still be struggling, but it’s summer and vacation beckons. Even if Italy and Australia are not on… more »
Naturalist and Sierra Club co-founder John Muir, sometime around the turn of the last century, said, “Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken,… more »
New Mexico tourism isn’t just about attracting visitors from other states, says state tourism director Michael Cerletti. “The No. 2… more »
Albuquerque’s location in the center of the state makes it an ideal starting point for fascinating day trips that explore… more »