OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

HORSEBACK RIDING

Broken Saddle Riding Co.-16 miles south off N.M. 14. 505-470-0074. www.brokensaddle.com.

Circle S Stables-43 miles northeast of Santa Fe via I-25 and U.S. 63 through Pecos and 3 miles on dirt road near Iron Gate Campground in Santa Fe National Forest. 505-757-8440.

Gan Eden Ranch-12 miles south of Santa Fe. 505-474-7400.

The Galisteo Inn-23 miles southeast of Santa Fe off N.M. 41. 505-466-4000.

Ranchos las Palomas-8 miles north of Santa Fe off I-25. 505-466-3874.

Rancho Encantado-9 miles north of Santa Fe off U.S. 84/285, on N.M. 590, near Tesuque. 505-982-3537 or 800-722-9339. www.puebloencantado.com.

RIVER RAFTING

Known World Guide Service-P.O. Box 22621, Santa Fe, NM 87502. 505-983-7756 or 800-983-7756. www.knownworldguides.com.

Kokopelli Rafting Adventures-541 W. Cordova Road, Santa Fe, NM 87501. 505-983-3734 or 800-879-9035. www.kokopelliraft.com.

New Wave Rafting-Office off Plaza. 505-984-1444 or 800-984-1444. www.newwaverafting.com.

Santa Fe Rafting Co.-505-988-4914 or 800-467-7238. www.santaferafting.com.

Southwest Wilderness Adventures-Buckman Road. 505-983-7262.

GOLF (click here)

MISCELLANEOUS

Hyde Memorial State Park-Campsites, group shelters, group picnic grounds, hiking. 16 miles northeast of Santa Fe on N.M. 475. 505-983-7175.

Randall Davey Audubon Center-Nature trails, historic buildings, art by one of Santa Fe's historic painter, who lived in this unusual house. Now holds the Santa Fe offices of the Sierra Club. At the end of Upper Canyon Road (follow pavement east, right turn on dirt road at Santa Fe River). 505-983-4609. www.trail.com/~rdac.

Santa Fe National Forest Ranger Station-Hiking/camping in National Forest and Pecos Wilderness. Hundreds of miles of interlocking trails, including Winsor, Aspen Vista, Arroyo Chamisa, Little/Big Tesuque rivers, Rio Nambe, many others. Offices with maps and other information at 1474 Rodeo Road. 505-438-7840. www.publiclands.org.

Santa Fe River Park-Picknicking, walking, in a downtown location. East Alameda Street. 505-827-7465.

Santa Fe Trail Blazers-14 year-round volksports events. 3008 Cliff Palace, Santa Fe, NM 87505. 505-473-7991.

Ski Santa Fe-43 runs, uphill lift capacity of 7,300 skiers per hour. Lessons at all levels of Alpine, snowboard, Telemark. Handicapped access to main lodge, disabled-skiers program. 18 miles northeast of Santa Fe on N.M. 475. 505-982-4429. Snowphone 505-983-9155. www.skisantafe.com.

Ski Santa Fe Chairlift Rides-At ski area. 505-982-4429.

Southwest Climbing Resource-Mountain climbing instruction, tours, camps. 505-983-8288

Wild Earth Llama Adventures-Explore New Mexico’s Pristine Wilderness... Without a Heavy Pack! Educational Single and multi and multi-day wilderness adventures in the Southern Rocky Mountains, near Taos and Santa Fe. 800-758-LAMA (5262). www.LlamaAdventures.com


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