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Gorgeous fall color is a must-see in Northern New Mexico.

10 Great Ways to See Fall Foliage in Northern New Mexico

Where there’s aspens and oaks, there’s plenty of fall color, and Northern New Mexico has all of the above in awe-inspiring abundance. And our luxuriously appointed Northern New Mexico Bed and Breakfast, situated midway between the gorgeous tourist destinations of Santa Fe and Taos, and not far from Albuquerque, is the perfect place to launch …

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7 Ways to Plan a Romantic Elopement in New Mexico This Fall 1

7 Ways to Plan a Romantic Elopement in New Mexico This Fall

Plan your renewal of vows or your elopement in New Mexico and leave the Wedding Industrial Complex behind in low-key style at Casa Escondida Bed & Breakfast in Chimayo. This hacienda-like inn is the perfect place to snuggle up with your partner on a chilly fall night before and after The Big Day. Several rooms …

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Santa Fe Mountain Biking Trails

The Best Santa Fe Mountain Biking Trails For Fall

Mountain biking as a sport has been growing in popularity around the country, but it’s long been a beloved activity around Sante Fe and northern New Mexico.  In fact, Santa Fe has an incredible variety of mountain biking trails, all within 30 minutes of downtown.  Whether you’re looking for cross country trails, rugged mountain trails, …

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Bandelier National Monument in Northern New Mexico

Things to do at Bandelier National Monument

New Mexico’s Bandelier National Monument, located about 45 minutes southwest of our Bed and Breakfast, is a special place to visit. The monument is considered to be a sacred ground that preserves the homes and territory of the Ancestral Puebloans of the area. One of the best parts about staying at our Bed and Breakfast …

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Tent Rocks National Monument

3 Things to Do at Tent Rocks National Monument

If you’ve never been to Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument (commonly just called Tent Rocks), then this summer might be the perfect opportunity. This national monument, located approximately 40 miles south of Santa Fe and about an hour south of our Bed and Breakfast, is known for its iconic cone-shaped geological formations (aka, tents). Tent …

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8 Incredible New Mexico Hiking Trails

The Best New Mexico Hiking Trails to Explore This Summer

During these isolating days of the COVID-19 pandemic, getting outside and exploring New Mexico hiking trails is one of the few things we can enjoy just as we did before. We’re surrounded by the majestic Sangre de Cristo Mountains, offering some of the best hiking in the state of New Mexico. The landscapes you’ll encounter …

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