Heritage Inspirations showcases Albuquerque by offering an exclusive walking tour that studies the mix of old and new in the Old Town area as well as a biking tour along the Rio Grande into the nearby water managed agrarian districts. If you have a day to get outside Albuquerque’s boundaries and into the rural wilds of New Mexico, then try Heritage Inspiration's Chaco Canyon day tour or go to El Malpais for an otherworldly lava shaped spelunking experience.
It’s common to see hot air balloons dotting the skies on any given day, which is why New Mexico is widely regarded as the “Ballooning Capital of the World.” Every October, thousands of visitors make their way to Balloon Fiesta Park to witness hundreds of balloons in all shapes and sizes ascending over Albuquerque.
In a state that averages more than 300 days of sunshine annually, it’s always the right season for golf in New Mexico.
Very few destinations can rival the diversity of hiking options offered by a city that sits a mile high and is framed by a mountain range that reaches over 10,000 ft. From the cottonwood-lined banks of the Rio Grande to the alpine ridge of the Sandia Mountains, hiking in Albuquerque is a one-of-a-kind experience fit for any skill level.
From the network of single-track trails at the base of the Sandia Mountains to the 50-mile activity loop that surrounds the city, Albuquerque is a paradise to experience on two wheels. The diversity of terrain and moderate high-desert climate offer plenty of options for bikers of every skill level.