Cycling New Mexico is a vivid exploration of art, history, outdoor adventure, and flavor. This Southwest destination lends itself to beautiful biking in both Taos and Santa Fe—whether it’s cycling the High Road that connects the two cities or riding through diverse landscapes from desert plains to dense pine forests.
Beyond New Mexico’s bike trails, adventure travel in Taos and Santa Fe consists of hiking to cliff dwellings at Bandelier National Monument, whitewater rafting the Rio Grande, and trekking through the Sangre di Cristo Mountains. After all that outdoor recreation, New Mexico’s best food experiences deliver. Sample the state’s famous Hatch and Chimayo chiles, commune with residents of the Taos Pueblo, and cook with DuVine’s private chef.
Your Santa Fe bike tour also includes an in-depth look at the unique landscape of historic adobes, pueblos, and missions that inspired an art scene and captured the imaginations of Georgia O’Keeffe, Ansel Adams, and countless local artists who fill the galleries on Canyon Road.
Chimayo and Hatch chiles, enchiladas montadas, blue corn, carne adovada (chile-stewed pork), sopaipillas, and calabacitas, a sauteed squash and veggie dish
Craft beers, complex tequilas, and mezcal
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- May 30 – Jun 3
- Jun 13 – 17
- Jul 18 – 22
- Aug 15 – 19
- Sep 5 – 9
- Oct 16 – 20
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