There’s So Much To Do And See!
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish: Get your fishing license on-line here and check out news and events for lovers of the great outdoors! Fishing licenses are required for anyone age 12 and over.
Santa Fe Official Travel Site: Information about all the events and activities in and around Santa Fe, the “City Different,” from museums and galleries to restaurants and shopping
The Santa Fe National Forest: Up-to-date alerts and notices, passes and permits, recreation conditions and campground openings/closings
The Village of Pecos: News and events in and around Pecos, including the fascinating story of The Battle of Glorieta Pass – “The Gettysburg of the West” – and directions to the short walking trail following the Union and Confederate Armies’ epic battle: a must-see for Civil War buffs!
The Pecos National Historical Park: Visit the remains of Indian pueblos that stand as reminders of the people who once populated the area
Hiking the Pecos Wilderness: Trail guides and maps of the vast Pecos Wilderness, from easy strolls to strenuous hikes up Mount Baldy and to Lake Katharine at 13,000 feet!
www.FlyFishSantaFe.com: Expert fly fishing instruction and guided outings on the Pecos River
www.CloudNineTrails.com: Horseback riding from nearby Jack’s Creek into the beautiful Pecos Wilderness: one hour, two hour, half-day and overnight rides with expert guides and well-cared-for horses
www.NewWaveRafting.com: from leisurely floats to wild rides for all skill levels on the Rio Grande and Rio Chama rivers
www.MountainProject.com: Rock climbing in the Pecos Canyon, from novice to expert
www.audubon.org/birding-trails-new-mexico: Guide to bird watching throughout New Mexico
www.bestthingsnm.com/mountain-biking: Information, reviews, photos and videos of mountain biking trails throughout northern New Mexico
www.AdaptiveSportsProgram.org: “Enhancing the lives of children and adults with disabilities through recreation” – a wide variety of sports year-round, including skiing and snowboarding, river rafting, yoga, rock climbing and more throughout New Mexico