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Santa Fe + Taos see + do

A good portion of what makes northern New Mexico exceptional is the setting. The sky seems never-ending, with the sun adding a blazing glow to the adobe buildings, and a watermelon blush to the mountains at sunset. Many visitors come for the range of outdoor activities: Hiking, biking, and skiing are nearby, and in winter you can even golf and ski on the same day. But there are also galleries filled with paintings, pottery, rugs, and sculpture—some of it hokey, much of it excellent—and there is that spiritual, New Age vibe. Buy crystals if you must.

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Ten Thousand Waves Spa, Santa Fe

About a ten-minute drive from Santa Fe's Plaza, this day spa in a fantastic mountain location feels like a world away. There are the usual body wraps and...more

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Skiing in Santa Fe + Taos

Neophytes, scaredy-cats, and snowboarders need not show up at Taos Ski Valley, 23 miles outside of town. The first two will likely get their clocks cleaned, and...more

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Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe

All evidence to the contrary, art in Santa Fe is not all cow skulls and howling coyotes. There's a thriving contemporary scene here, and you can pretty much...more

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Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe

Regardless of your fondness for opera, the setting of this theater is incredible. Productions have been held on the site since the 1950s, but James Stewart...more

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Santa Fe Fiesta, Santa Fe

Inaugurated in 1712 to commemorate the return of the Spanish to Santa Fe, Fiesta features art and craft fairs; religious processions led by America's oldest...more

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Hiking and Biking in Santa Fe + Taos

Outdoor types will find prime hiking and mountain biking 15 miles outside of Santa Fe in the Santa Fe National Forest. For some of the best hiking, take Hyde...more

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High Road to Taos Scenic Byway, Sangre de Christo Mountains

Informally known as the High Road, this beautiful drive is 67 miles of interconnecting two-lane roads running along the crest of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains...more

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Harwood Museum of Art, Taos

Taos has long attracted artists who fall in love with New Mexico's clear light and inspirational views of the Sangre de Christo Mountains. Founded by Elizabeth...more

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Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe

The 13,000-square-foot downtown museum houses the most extensive collection (1,148 paintings, drawings, and sculptures) anywhere of the former resident's works,...more

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