Heritage Inspirations offers two walking tours in the City Different. You can study the historic Puebloan and Spanish influenced architecture along Canyon Road’s gallery district or feel out Santa Fe’s expressive fashion flair with a fashionista-oriented shopping outing. Both provide an in-depth glimpse to the sophisticated, yet earthy, Santa Fe style. Santa Fe also has a couple of National Monuments within easy reach outside the city: Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks and Bandelier National Monument.
Santa Fe is known for the amazing terrain, beautiful panoramic mountain vistas and endless winter sunshine. Santa Fe has trails for every level of experience from beginners to advanced skiers.
Enjoy Santa Fe's high desert backdrop while admiring the Sangre de Cristo Mountains or charming adobe shops.
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Golf in Santa Fe is a year-round activity. Anytime you visit the Land of Enchantment you’re sure to find glorious blue skies and low humidity, so if you’re looking for an opportunity to play challenging courses designed by some of the biggest names in golf, while basking in the glow of endless sun and a breathtaking, high desert landscape, a golf vacation is surely for you!
The mighty Rio Grande is a classic whitewater river offering plenty of options for canoeing, kayaking, white water rafting and relaxing, scenic floats. The exquisite Rio Chama, one of America’s most beautiful wild and scenic rivers, is ideal for a relaxing float when you just need to get away from it all.