City of Santa Fe
At an altitude of 7,000 feet, Santa Fe is renowned for its crystal blue skies while the city itself is grounded in adobe browns.
Above the city, the 12,000-foot peaks of the Sangre de Cristo mountains circle this high desert city. History and tri-cultural traditions, Spanish architecture and a sun-drenched landscape still shape the lives and set the clock for Santa Feans - from a 400-year-old plaza to ancient pueblos.
In a universe of museums, performing arts centers, galleries, craft shops and distinctive dining places, the present continues to move in harmony with the past.
Begin your exceptional skiing experience in a city that has been in the top 10 tourist destinations for years.
Websites with more information about Santa Fe and New Mexico:
- Albuquerque Convention and Visitors Bureau
- Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce
- New Mexico Tourism
- Sandia Peak (Skiing Near Albuquerque)
- Ski New Mexico
- Santa Fe Opera Home Page
- Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
- NM Cultural Treasures - Database of Museums, Parks & Monuments
Photo by: Lee Klopfer