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Absolute Nirvana Spa and Gardens. “Absolute Nirvana is a luxurious spa in Santa Fe, New Mexico offering exotic Indonesian spa and facial treatment, therapeutic, hot stone, and Thai massage and a large selection of relaxing and rejuvenating facials.” 106 Faithway St. 1-866-585-7942 or 505-983-7942

Anytime Fitness 720 St. Michael Drive 505-424-0500. Open 24 hours a day. machines, yoga, Pilates, step, spin, Zumba, turbo kick, senior classes.

ShaNah Spa at Bishop's Lodge offers Rainbow Body-Chakra Balancing Massage and others. 505-819-4000.

Bikram’s Yoga All levels of Hatha. 1310 Monterrey Drive 505-955-1515.

Body of Santa Fe. “love your body” Yoga, Nia, Pilates, Spa, Massages: Swedish, Polarity, Thai, Hot Stone, Rolfing, Raindrop, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Bionomy, Shiatzu. 333 Cordova Road 505-986-0362

Carl and Sandra’s offers strength training, free weights, aerobics. 153 Paseo de Peralta Ste A (in the DeVargas Center). 505-982-6760.

Downtown Day spa massage therapy, reflexology, hot stone treatment, shiatsu, etc. at 227 E. Palace, 505-986-0113

El Gancho Fitness, Swim & Racquet Club 104 Old Las Vegas Hwy. 505-988-500. machines kettlebell, Pilates, spin, yoga, Zumba.

The Spa at Four Seasons Shiatsu Anma 505-946-5890.

Fitness Plus 119 Calle del Cielo 473-7315. WOMEN only! Machines and classes Pilates, spin, yoga, Zumba.

Fort Marcy Recreation Complex offers cardio machines, free weights, cable machines and smaller personal training stations. 490 Washington Ave. 505-955-2500

Chavez Community Center offers aerobics,weights, Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Msore, restorative, prenatal, and postpartum Yoga. 3221 Rodeo road 505-955-4046.

High Desert Health Care and Message. “Our specialty is providing a variety of therapeutic body work that nurtures and supports the entire person.” Massage, Acupuncture, Polarity, CranioSacral, Lymph Drainage Therapy, Ortho-Bionomy, Rolfing Structural Integration. 505-984-8830.

Lightworks Healing “The intention of the Light Works Healing Institute for Awareness and Self-Devekionebt us ti nabufest a powerful environment that is both transformative and educational, enabling one to Remember, Manifest and Integrate inherent healing abilities through multidimensional learning process, working with oneself and others via the evolution of a true sens of Self.”LightWorks Healing Institute, P.O. box 1764, Santa Fe, NM 87504 505-984-1991

Remedies Skin Care. Skin repair and restoration using Cold Laser therapy and Corrective Peels for total skin transformation. 807 Baca Street 505-983-2228

Avanyu Spa at La Posada de Santa Fe. Fitness center, numerous spa treatments, and pool. Herbal Body Rejuvenation. 330 E. Palace, 505-954-9630.

Santa Fe Community Yoga Center> - meditation, tai chi, qi gong, yoga, yoga and ayarvede. 505-820-9363

Santa Fe Spa 786 N. St. Francis Drive, 984-8727 Machines cardio, Pilates, spin, yoga and more.

Sunrise Springs Resort and Spa The spa is built around spring-fed ponds that provide a peaceful, beautiful oasis just a short drive from Santa Fe. In addition to traditional treatments, Concha Allen, a curandera (healer) from Oaxaca offers the 80-minute medicine helper treatment combining ceremony, healing herbs and massage. 242 Los Pinos Road, 505-428-3614

Ten Thousand Waves “is dedicated to providing a Japanese sense of serenity and relaxation.” Hot baths, spa treatments, and accommodations. Massages: therapeutic, masters, Thai, flowing river stone, four hands, prenatal and shiatsu-do. 505-992-5025 3451 Hyde Park Road

White Cloud Institute “is a non profit organization offering classes, retreats, workshops, and low cost community clinics to families, individuals and professionals wishing to improve their health and well being.” Energy Medicine Healing, Asian A Body Therapy, Medical Qigong and Chi Nei Tsang, Taoist Studies, Purple Light and External Qi Healing. 505-471-9330. 1221 Luisa Street

Wo Pin Spa at Buffalo Thunder Resort focuses on Native heritage and culture in its treatments. The sage and stone facial, using warm and cool turquoise stones, is great for rejuvenating skin damage. A two-hour long "Medicine Mountain Journey" includes a full-body massage and herbal wrap. 20 Buffalo Thunder Trail - Exit 177 off US 84/285. 505-819-2040.

Yoga 1 offers basic, mixed, and intermediate levels. 82 Placita de Oro #1 505-982-7224

Yogasource Santa Fe offers beginner, all levels, prenatal/postpartum, restoarative, asana/pranayama, lyengar. 901 W. San Mateo 505-982-0990.



New Mexico Cycling

New Mexico Bike Coalition


Santa Fe Climbing Center – Indoor climbing gym, outdoor adventures and gear shop. 825 Early Street Ste A, 505-995-0773

Fly fishing:

High Desert Angler

Cow Creek Ranch near Pecos

Ed Adams fishing guide.

Rainbow Lodge and Resolution Guide Service on the San Juan River.

Golf Courses (within 45 minute drive of Santa) Fe

Black Mesa Golf Club is a public resort 18-hole course designed by Robert Baxter Spann. The greens are bentgrass and the fairways Kentucky bluegrass. The distances range from 7,300 yards (black, 73.9 rated) to 6,300 yards (white, 68.6 rated) and 5,200 yards (gold, 66.9 rated). Tee times may be made 14 days in advance by calling 505-747-8946. Green Fees are $59 weekdays, $64 on weekends and $40 for Seniors M-Th. This is a tough course starting with a blind tee shot over a hill in front of the first tee. The course is located about 30 minutes north of Santa Fe at 115 NM 399 (Take US84/285 toward Taos from Santa Fe, the take 399 west just before you get to Espanola.)

Pueblo de Cochiti is a public 18-hole golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones II. The greens are Penncross bentgrass, and the fairways are Kentucky bluegrass. The distances range from 6,817 yards (gold, 71.0 rated) to 5,841 yards (white, 66.1 rated) and 5,100 yards (red, 68.3 rated). Although the course is short the fairway grass is not cut short, and the ball does not roll as far as other courses in the area. The rough can be challenging; however, it is a pretty, fun and interesting course to play. Tee times may be made 7 days in advance by calling 505-465-2239 or 465-2230. The course is about 30 minutes south of Santa Fe. Take I-25 south to Exit 264 where you go west on N.M. 16 then right on N.M. 22 and follow the signs.

Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe is a public 18-hole championship course designed by Robert Baxter Spann. The greens are bentgrass and the fairways are bluegrass and fescue. The distances range from 7,415 yards (Gold, 73.0 rated) to 5,540 yards (white, 70.7 rated) and 5,045 yards (red). Green Fees (cart not included) are $30.50 weekdays and $32.75 weekends. Seniors 60 and older $23.25 at all times. The course can be fun, but play usually is slow.Tee times may be made up to seven days in advanced by calling 505-955-4400. Address: 205 Caja del Rio Road, Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe Country Club is a semiprivate 18-hole golf course designed by Tom Bendalow. The greens are bentgrass and the fairways Kentucky bluegrass. The distances range from 7,113 yards (Gold, 72.0 rated) to 5,861 yards (white, 68.4 rated) and red 5,498 (Red, 70.1 rated). Green Fees (cart not included) are: weekdays prime time $30.00, twilight $17.50; weekends prime time $40.00, twilight $25.00. Seniors weekdays $20 and weekends $30. Tee times may be made up to seven days in advance by calling 505-471-0601. Address: 1000 Country Club Road, Santa Fe, NM.

Towa Resort is a public 27-hole course designed by Hale Irwin and William Phillips. The greens are bentgrass and the fairways Kentucky bluegrass. The distances range from 7143 yards (Gold, 73.1 rated) to 5,527 (white, 65.3 rated) and 4,865 (red). The course is quite challenging so stay out of the arroyos and choose your club well on par 3 number 4 with about a 40 yard drop to an island green and par 3 number 9 with an 80 yard drop to a green surrounded by impossible terrain. Tee times may be made seven days in advance by calling 505-466-9000 or 877-465-3489. The large casino and hotel adjacent to the course will be completed in late 2008. Address: 47 Towa Golf Road in Pojoaque, NM on US 84/285 about 20 minutes north of Santa Fe.

Golf courses 45 minutes to 2.5 hours from Santa Fe.

Angel Fire Country Club is a 18-hole resort course designed by Paul Ortiz. The distances range from 6,645 yards (blue, 71.1 rated) to 6,304 yards (white, 69.6 rated) and 5,430 yards (red, 70.3 rated). The greens are bentgrass and the fairways bluegrass. Green Fees are $83 M-Th and $98 weekends and holidays. Senior fees are $72 M-Th. Tee times can be made 7 days in advance by calling 505-377-3055 or 800-633-7463. The drive from Santa Fe is slightly greater than 2 hours.

Paa-Ko Ridge Golf Club is a 27-hole public course designed by Ken Dye. The distances range from 7,562 yards (black, 75.2 rated) to 5,702 yards (gray, 66.1 rated). The course is very beautiful and quite challenging. Green Fees (cart not included) are $79 M-Th and $99 F-Sun and on holidays. Senior Fees are $59 M – Th. Tee times may be made 1 month in advance by calling 505-281-6000. The course is south of Santa Fe through Madrid and only 9 miles from I-40 on the northeast side of Sandia Mountain.

Pendaries is a resort 18-hole course designed by Don Burns. The distances range from 6,500 yards (black, 69.7 rated) to 5,810 yards (white, 66.4 rated) and 5,021 (red, 67.1 rated). Green Fees (cart not included) are $45 M-Th and $55 F-S. Advanced tee times may be made by calling 505-425-3561 or 800-733-5267. The course is located in Rociada about 2 hours drive from Santa Fe. Take I-25 north to Las Vegas, then N.M. 518 to Sapello and N.M. 94 to Rociada.

Santa Ana Golf Course is a 27 hole public course designed by Ken Killian. The rating and slope range from 67.3 and 118 to 74.1 and 135. The greens are bentgrass and the fairways Kentucky bluegrass. Green Fees are $33 M-Th and $42 F-S and holidays. Senior rates are $26 M-Th and $35 F-S. Tee times can be made in advance by calling 505-867-9464 The course is located on the Santa Ana Pueblo at 288 Prairie Star Road near the town of Bernallilo about 50 minutes drive from Santa Fe.

Twin Warriors is a 18-hole resort course designed by Gary Panks. The distances range from 7,736 yards (tour, 75.0 rated) to 6,485 yards (resort, 69.6 rated) and 5,843 yards (forward, 75.1 rated). The greens are dominant bent SR1019 and SR1020 while the fairway and tees are hybrid bluegrass. Call for green fees. Tee times may be made 7 days in advance by calling 505-771-6155. The course is located at 1301 Tuyuna Trail, Santa Ana Pueblo near the town of Bernallilo. It is approximately 1 hour from Santa Fe.

Hang Gliders and Glider rides

Glider Rides

Albuquerque Soaring

Hang Gliding

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There are many hiking trails around Santa Fe, and there are a number of excellent books that provide details of these hikes. These books can be bought in any bookstore in Santa Fe.

Outspire Hiking

Horseback Riding

Broken Saddle Riding Co. Tenneessee Walkers and Missouri Fox Trotters. Walk, trot, canter or gallop. Cerillos, NM 505-424-7774

Nambe Waterfalls Horseback Riding Company. Guided trail rides and carriage rides in and around the Nambe Pueblo. Five unique trail rides. One is a 7 day 85 mile ride from Nambe to Mora through the Pecos Wilderness Area and some of the most beautiful and wild scenery in New Mexico. 505-455-0015

Horse Rentals

Tererro Riding Stables Ride into the Pecos Wilderness area. Hourly, day rides, drop camp, pack trips, hiking.

Bishop's Lodge provides riding adventures.

Grandabon Farm provides Riding lessons for all ages and levels. Beautiful country setting minutes from downtown. 505-466-2797

Hunting and Outfitters

Blue Mountain Outfitters offer hunting antelope, elk, mule deer and turker.

Elite Outfitters offer hunting for antelope, elk, mule deer, sheep, and turkey.

Rancho Rojo Outfitters offer hunting for antelope, elk, mule deer, and turkey.

High Mountain Outfitters offer hunting for antelope, elk, mule deer, sheep, and turkey.

Gila Monster Outfitters offer hunting for antelope, elk, and turkey.

Ice Skating

Chavez Community Center has a large ice skating rink during the winter. The minor league ice hockey team plays there home games at this location.

El Paseo Llama Expeditions offers day treks and packing treks in the Taos and Red River areas.


Santa Fe Striders participates in a number of running events during the year.

Map My Run Santa Fe


Santa Fe Ski Basin is 16 miles from the center of Santa Fe with a base elevation of 10,350 feet. A Triple chairlift to 12,075 feet. It is not well known, but Santa Fe is one of the best backcountry or wilderness skiing areas in the US. It doesn’t appear that way from the ski basin, but just over the ridge from the 12,000+ foot chairlift there are steep bowls, narrow chutes and big cliffs. There are no forest service restrictions in these areas, but one should always use caution. Whiteouts, avalanches, and disorientation have led to serious problems for inexperienced backcountry skiers. Before venturing into these areas you should know where Nambe Chutes, Lake Peak, the Santa Fe watershed, and Big Tesuque lie with relation to the lifts. The Santa Fe watershed is closed to the public. Wandering into the Pecos Wilderness area can also create access problems. The above web site provides information about backcountry skiing in these areas. Be sure and inform someone of your intended route in case a search must be initiated.

Angel Fire has 5 lifts, 70 trails with a base at 8,600 feet and a top of 10,677 giving a vertical drop of 2,077 feet.

is above Los Alamos with extensive expansion and rennovation, a base of 9,200 feet and a top of 10,400 feet giving a vertical fall of 1,200 feet.

Red River Ski Area has 6 chairlifts, 57 trails, a base of 8,750 and a top of 10,350 giving a vertical drop of 1,600 feet.

Sandia Peak Ski Area is 45 minutes from Albuquerque.

Sipapu Ski Area is 22 miles from Taos. It has 4 lifts, 39 trails, a base of 8,200, a top of 9,255 giving a vertical drop of 1,055 feet.

Taos Ski Area has 110 trails elevation 9,207 to 11,819 with a vertical drop of 2,612 feet.

Cross Country skiing and Snowshoe areas

Enchanted Forest located 3 miles east of Red River offers 33 miles of trails for cross country skiing and a 15 km snow shoe trail.

Sky Diving

Sky Dive New Mexico


Santa Fe Adult Soccer League

Soccer games for over 50s and over 40s on Sundays at Santa Fe High School.


Chavez Community Center offers a large indoor swimming pool that is open to the public.


Bishop’s Lodge

El Gancho offers tennis and racquet ball.

Sangre de Cristo Racquet Club – 1755 Camino Corfrales, Santa Fe, NM 87505 505-983-7978

Trap and Skeet Shooting

Bishop’s Lodge offers trap and skeet shooting.

Dog Sitting:

Canine Social Club – Lodging and day care. 505-989-1362

Lucky Dawg Day Care

Santa Fe Tails a Dog Academy and Day Care. 808 Early Street, 505-820-0731

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