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Come along on a hiking expedition through the magical landscapes of New Mexico, from the sprawling complex of great houses and kivas in Chaco Canyon, to the mysteries of the Acoma people’s mesa-top pueblo and their ancient trade routes across the lava flows
Rafting Cali's best white water, biking among bison, and eight other ways to make a weekend less ordinary.
Winter skies got you down? Try a little armchair casting for some warm weather escapes when spring rolls around.
Want to be King of the Mountains? Test your mettle against the 'baddest' hill climbs in America.
The Sonoran Desert - rich with color, light, and geological texture. Pulitzer-prize-winning photographer Jack Dykinga shares images from the American Southwest.
This sport climber's paradise has steep faces, protected routes, and unbeatable camping.
There are a lot of ways to explore Pecos Wilderness and a lifetime of things to see once you are there.
Peaks, lakes, high meadows, and forests lure both dayhikers and
backpackers into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
The sculpted rock of the Sandia Mountains span four life zones of enchantment for the hiker.
Quiet solitude, gentle grades, and a spiderweb network of trails make this wilderness accessible to a wide variety of users from multi-day backpackers to local fishermen to families.
Brush up on your navigation skills and enter one of New Mexico's hidden wilderness treasures. You'll be rewarded with days of secluded wandering among meadows, forests, and wide-open valleys.
The largest gypsum deposit on earth lies in the shifting dunes of New Mexico's Tularosa Basin. See why this surreal world is best captured by moonlight.
The Winsor Trail always gives you a bit of everything, from smooth glides to bone-jarring rocks, from gentle slopes to brake-screeching pitches, from rich aspen forest to thirsty pine woods.
From the extinct volcanoes that loom on the West Mesa to the rugged terrain of the Manzano Mountains, Albuquerque offers plenty of places to spin your wheels.
Both serious athletes and average riders will enjoy miles of trails for all skill levels.
New Mexico 67--an unlikely mountain bike route to a late-nineteenth century ranch town.
A moderate to difficult route in Taos country.