The most fun and scenic sections of the Rio Grande – including the adrenaline-inducing Class III Racecourse stretch – are within striking distance of Santa Fe. Whether you choose a whitewater adventure on the Racecourse or a float trip on a calmer segment of the river, your group will experience the pleasures of navigating the Rio Grande, one of America’s most renowned rivers.
The serenity that comes from casting a fly on a clear mountain stream is yours on a Pecos River angling outing. Northern New Mexico boasts some of the most enjoyable fly-fishing in the Rockies. Catch, and release, wild brown trout along the gorgeous Pecos River, northeast of Santa Fe, accompanied by experienced guides who will take some of the mystery out of landing a lunker.
Get beyond the ordinary and explore rugged trails in a Pinzgauer, considered to be “one of the most capable all-terrain vehicles ever made”. Take a ride on the historic Route 66 to La Bajada Hill; a segment of the Mother Road that to this day remains unpaved. Or, board the Pinzgauer for Tor Hill, enjoy expansive views and learn about the volcanic history of New Mexico while taking a short hike.
Your group can sample a fat-tire feast of exciting trail riding in the Santa Fe National Forest and other areas nearby. Our guided mountain biking is customized for a variety of skill levels and interests, from an easy cruise along the scenic Santa Fe Rail Trail to the more challenging single-track La Tierra Trails. Our expert guides are knowledgeable insiders, intimate with the terrain and handy with a spare tube.
Climb aboard a friendly equine to enjoy the natural world at a pace conducive to absorbing northern New Mexico’s spectacular mountain scenery. Trail riding requires no previous experience though skilled riders will enjoy our outings every bit as much as novices. Our partner stables show every guest a good time, with high-alpine rides in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, or canyon rides at Ghost Ranch.
We lead snowshoe adventurers in exploring pristine snow-covered trails in the Rocky Mountains. Enjoy the beauty and solitude of the aspen forests in the winter, look out for animal tracks, and open yourself to senses that are subdued in the warmer seasons. Our guides will provide a brief introduction to snowshoeing before leading you on a memorable winter expedition.
We customize guided hikes to premier destinations in the Santa Fe area. Learn about the history and geology of places such as Bandelier National Monument and Kasha Katuwe Tent Rocks, or take a challenging hike in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Our hiking trips are tailored to your group’s desire and fitness level, varying from an easy culturally rich hike at Tsankawi to a more strenuous trek in the Rocky Mountains.