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Spring Hiking in Santa Fe

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Santa Fe hikingHiking through the hills and mountains surrounding Santa Fe during the spring is a thing of beauty.  The Santa Fe area is world-renowned for it’s pristine air quality, brilliant blue skies, and phenomenal opportunity for outdoor adventure.  Plan a spring getaway to Santa Fe, and you’ll be nestled amongst the southernmost Rocky Mountains, surrounded by 12,000 foot mountain vistas.  Tucked into the Rio Grande Valley, Santa Fe is surrounded by over 1.5 million acres of juniper, aspen, and Pinon begging to be explored.  If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, then book your stay at our Santa Fe Bed and Breakfast Inn today, and start exploring the wonderful hiking trails found here. Read More


Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument

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Here’s a wonderful hiking area a short drive south from Santa Fe.  Hiking to the top of a mesa on one of the trails reveals a staggering view, unlike anything else in the area.  Huge teepee-shaped rocks, formed by the erosion of volcanic ash tower over the valley like skyscrapers.  Over the years, hard boulders protected the soft ash and, as the wind and rain eroded the landscape, the gigantic “tents” emerged.  You can hike through the narrow canyons in amongst the towers on a short trail or hike up to the top on a longer trail yielding grand vistas.


Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument

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Here’s a wonderful hiking area a short drive south from Santa Fe.  Hiking to the top of a mesa on one of the trails reveals a staggering view, unlike anything else in the area.  Huge teepee-shaped rocks, formed by the erosion of volcanic ash tower over the valley like skyscrapers.  Over the years, hard boulders protected the soft ash and, as the wind and rain eroded the landscape, the gigantic “tents” emerged.  You can hike through the narrow canyons in amongst the towers on a short trail or hike up to the top on a longer trail yielding grand vistas.