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General Information
  • Population (1994), altitude, and average temperature of every city and town in New Mexico
  • Public Lands Information Center - Public Lands in New Mexico - "More than 45% of New Mexico is in public ownership. At the New Mexico Public Lands Information Center you'll discover detailed information about recreational opportunities for more than 300 public land sites throughout New Mexico."
  • Maps of public lands in New Mexico - A wonderful set of maps covering the entire state. Each map is a detailed guide to public recreation sites, including campgrounds, parks & monuments, wilderness areas, wildlife refuges & fish hatcheries, national & historic trails, and scenic drives.
  • Interactive map of New Mexico recreational destinations - Click on the National Park, Forest, Monument, Wildlife Refuge, or river you're interested in and it takes you to a page describing it.
  • Public Lands Information Center Map Center - "Use our interactive map indexes to find and purchase the maps you need for your destination." Includes a complete set of BLM and Forest Service maps.
  • Public land in New Mexico - map of US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management holdings in New Mexico
  • Outdoor recreation and sports in the Four Corners area

  • Biking
    Road Bikes
  • New Mexico Cycling - NM cycling supersite
  • New Mexico cycling calendar
  • New Mexico cycling clubs
  • Bike-friendly Albuquerque area rides - Very nicely described set of road rides in the Albuquerque area.
  • New Mexico Touring Society - "The New Mexico Touring Society is a bicycling club of recreational riders of all ages and abilities, from beginners to experts and families."
  • Cycling rides and route maps - An incredible resource put together by the New Mexico Touring Society featuring rides from all over the state of all lengths and difficulties. Each ride has a description, mileage checkpoints, route map, and elevation profile.
  • New Mexico Touring Society Ride Schedule - Lists local (Albuquerque), statewide, and national cycling events.
  • City of Albuquerque cycling page - A most excellent page listing biking laws, rules of the road, safety classes, local cycling clubs, bike path construction updates, city biking committees (Greater Albuquerque Bicycling Advisory Committee (GABAC), Greater Albuquerque Recreational Trails Committee (GARTC)), and other helpful information and links.
  • Metropolitan Albuquerque bicycle map - A wonderful set of maps maintained by the City of Albuquerque showing bike trails, bike lanes, and bike routes. The map is also available in a cool interactive mode where you can redraw the map to show 20+ additional elements, including parks, street names, even criminal activity.
  • Tour of the Gila - Official site of "New Mexico's premier road race."

    Mountain Bikes
  • Mountain bike trails by region - "Although half the fun of cycling is exploration, we've compiled a statewide list of battle-tested rides on orderly asphalt or gnarly dirt, so that you can enjoy your ride without having to worry about getting lost."
  • Mountain biking in Southern New Mexico - Nice pages, chock full o' information. Information about mountain biking events, meetings, rides, and trails in the T or C, Las Cruces, and El Paso area.
  • Mountain bike trails in the Las Cruces and El Paso area
  • Mountain bike trails in the Albuquerque area - Scroll down to the 'where to ride' section
  • Cool mountain bike trails in the Los Alamos area - Now this is what the web is all about. This site is clearly a labor of love (hmmm, not unlike *this* site...) Describes "more than 30 trails covering 100+ miles of great singletrack and fireroad."
  • The only mountain biker in Red River, New Mexico: Biking Old Red River Pass and 4th of July Canyon - Story and photos by David Iler. (Cyberwest Magazine)
  • The Great Divide Route: Mountain Biking New Mexico - by Joe Lehm.
  • Mountain Biking along the Turquoise Trail
  • Biking Chaco Canyon National Historic Park - "Bicycling at Chaco is a pleasant way to get around to some of the more popular points".
  • La Bajada Hill: A Rich Heritage - by Craig Martin. "South of Santa Fe two wheelers can trace a bit of history while dodging chunks of basalt on Bajada's rugged old highway."
  • La Liendre's Fat-tire Ghosts - by Craig Martin. "New Mexico 67 - an unlikely mountain bike route to a late-nineteenth century ranch town."
  • Mountain Biking at Sandia Peak - by Jeff Everist. "Both serious athletes and average riders will enjoy miles of trails for all skill levels."
  • Nine Hot Albuquerque Rides - by Charlie Ervin. "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."
  • Volcanic and Isolated Caja del Rio - by Craig Martin. "Beyond the outskirts of the city, Santa Fe, N.M., has its own amusement park for mountain bike riders. The volcanic hills of the Caja del Rio plateau create a roller coaster surface that is made for speed and cheap thrills."
  • Winsor Trail: Good Times, Bad Times - by Craig Martin. "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." Only minutes from downtown Santa Fe.
  • El Nogal Loop - by David Nelson. "Although the mountains of New Mexico are but a few hundred miles south of Denver, they are different than the Rockies in Denver."

    Motorcycles
  • Southwest Motorcycle Travel 'Zine - An amazing site featuring articles, maps, tips, links, and everything else a motorcyclist might need while riding in the Southwest.


  • Hiking / Backpacking/ Camping / RVing
  • Top 50 Campsites in New Mexico - by Jeff Everist. "Camping in The Land of Enchantment can be as luxurious or as primitive as you choose."
  • Camping areas and RV facilities in the Four Corners region
  • Hiking trails in the Gila Wilderness
  • Hot Springs in New Mexico - "If you're one to enjoy having a view of enchanting landscape while relaxing in a hot spring with some friends then you might visit one of the many springs found in New Mexico." Lists directions to 18 public hot springs.
  • National Forest Online Campground Reservation Service - Reserve space at over 30 National Forest recreation areas and facilities in New Mexico. Includes directions to each facility, maps of the campgrounds, and a list of campground services and amenities, fees, and regulations. Brought to you by the National Recreation Reservation Service.
  • Camping Beneath the Moon at White Sands Monument - by Jeff Everist. Includes a detailed trip planner.
  • Head for Tesuque Peak for an Easy Hike With Views - by William C. Reichard. "Fiery stands of aspen make this hike near Santa Fe an ideal fall destination."
  • Hike up Mount Taylor for a Commanding View - by William C. Reichard. "This extinct volcano makes for an enticing dayhike within driving distance of Albuquerque".
  • Want to Get Away From it All? Try Cruces Basin Wilderness - by Craig Martin. "This small jewel is part of the Carson National Forest and features open meadows broken by bold outcrops of speckled granite, clear streams, and long vistas."
  • New Mexico's Pecos Wilderness Offers Solitude, Natural Splendor - by Jeff Everist. "There are a lot of ways to explore Pecos Wilderness and a lifetime of things to see once you are there."
  • New Mexico's Tent Rocks is an Accessible Wonder - by Jeff Everist. "Named for teepee-shaped formations of volcanic debris, Tent Rocks is a geological wonderland of easy exploration."
  • Remote Datil is a Gem - by Rebecca Gonzales. "Hit the road for Datil, New Mexico, otherwise known as Enchanted Tower. It is all that and more. This sport climber's paradise has steep faces, protected routes, and unbeatable camping."
  • Where the Quiet Is - by Murray Selleck. "If there is wilderness in this world, it exists in the Gila - deep canyons, rugged mountains, and ancient cliff dwellings make hiking through the Gila Wilderness an eye-opening experience."
  • Elk, Solitude and Trout in the San Pedro Parks - by Craig Martin. "Quiet solitude, gentle grades, and a spider web network of trails make this wilderness accessible to a wide variety of users."
  • Sangre de Cristo Mountains Offer Numerous Backpacking Options - by Mary Humphrey. "Peaks, lakes, high meadows, and forests lure both dayhikers and backpackers into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains."
  • Try These Great Hikes in the Sandia Mountains - by William C. Reichard. "The sculpted rock of the Sandia Mountains span four life zones of enchantment for the hiker."

    New Mexico Hiking Guide - (GORP)
  • Hiking Gila: Four Trails in Gila National Forest - Adapted from Hiking New Mexico by Laurence Parent. Describes hikes to the Mimbres River, Mimbres Lake, Hillsboro Peak, and Sawyers Peak.
  • Hiking the Caves and Canyons of the Guadalupe Mountains - Describes hikes to Rattlesnake Canyon, Guadalupe Ridge, Guadalupe Peak, and McKittrick Canyon, and gives tips for hiking in the desert. "The Great Reef is the home of two national parks, and is one of the most cave-rich areas on the planet. It has so many caves that a cross-section would look like a 20-mile-long chunk of Swiss cheese." Adapted from Hiking Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mountains National Parks by Bill Schneider.
  • No Snow Zones - by Karen Berger. "Bandelier National Monument, where hikers go to escape the snow in New Mexico."
  • Chaco Canyon - "Anasazi culture once flowered in Chaco Canyon's tall pueblos."
  • Enchanting Hot Springs - by Craig Martin. "No better way to enjoy the Land of Enchantment around Taos than a hike and a soak." Adapted from Enchanted Waters by Craig Martin.
  • The Great Wide Open - Three walks in Rocky Mountain grasslands of Kiowa National Grasslands. Adapted from Rocky Mountain Walks by Gary Ferguson.
  • Hiking at El Malpais National Monument - Exploring ancient lava flows, Indian ruins, and desert canyons.
  • Continental Divide National Scenic Trail - Spectacular backcountry travel the length of the Rocky Mountains from Mexico to Canada. Notes on the New Mexico segment from the Continental Divide Trail Society.

  • Climbing/Caving
  • Overview of Caving in New Mexico - "More than 300 known caves exist in the southeastern region of New Mexico, including many that are possible to explore by permit."
  • Climbing Shiprock - By Cameron M. Burns. "Two climbers discover that there is more to tackling this sheer rockface than simply finding a new route."
  • Hot Rock Climbs in Northern New Mexico - "Cochiti Mesa Crags and Cochita Mesa offer a range of routes in a pleasant mountain setting." Adapted from Rock Climbing New Mexico & Texas by Dennis R. Jackson.
  • Remote Datil is a Gem - by Rebecca Gonzales. "Hit the road for Datil, New Mexico, otherwise known as Enchanted Tower. It is all that and more. This sport climber's paradise has steep faces, protected routes, and unbeatable camping."
  • Rock Climbing in the Four Corners region

    Fishing/Canoeing/Whitewater
  • New Mexico Department of Game and Fish - Tons of information regarding hunting and fishing in New Mexico.
  • Weekly Fishing Report from the Department of Game and Fish
  • Bill Dyroff's Fishing Line - weekly column in the Albuquerque Journal
  • Fish Brochures from the Department of Game and Fish - A series of brochures describing sport fish in New Mexico. Each brochure describes the fish, their lifecycle, what they look like, and how to find them. Some include "Fishing Tips from the Pros".
  • Vermejo: The Possibility of a Hundred-Fish Day - "How does 600,000 acres, twenty-plus lakes, three streams, incredible midge, mayfly, and damselfly hatches, and copious quantities of rainbow, brown, brook and cutthroat trout sound?" By Jason Borger. (GreatOutdoors)
  • San Juan River Trout Fishing Profile - "Year-round fishery for rainbows and cutthroats in northwest New Mexico." By Mark D. Williams. (GORP)
  • Unlocking the Secrets of the San Juan River - "Reveals the subtle nuances of reading the river, and the locals, in a new territory." By Barry Briscoe. (Altrec)
  • New Mexico Species List: Fish - maintained by the Department of Game and Fish
  • Map of Public Fishing Waters - (pdf file - shift-click on this link to save the map to your hard drive)
  • New Mexico Small Streams - "From mountain meadows to the roaring Rio Grande, there is no place like New Mexico. It is a fisherman's paradise." Stream by stream guide to flyfishing in New Mexico by S. Brooks.
  • Current fishing conditions in New Mexico - posted by members of flyfishing.com
  • Fishing spots in Northeastern New Mexico

  • New Mexico Department of Game & Fish - Hunting, fishing, and wildlife information, regulations, and licenses.
  • New Mexico Department of Game & Fish license sales - Buy your hunting and fishing licenses online.
  • Hunting and fishing supplies and outfitters
  • High Desert Angler: Santa Fe and New Mexico Fly Fishing - "We're the oldest established fly fishing business in Santa Fe, serving the Santa Fe and New Mexico fly fishing community and visiting anglers since 1985."

  • New Mexico current river flow - the American Whitewater Affiliation list of New Mexico rivers and their current flow
  • Rio Grande Rafting - "with Los Rios River Runners, New Mexico's oldest and most experienced rafting company."
  • Big River Raft Trips - "Since 1983, Big River Raft Trips has been providing beautiful and exciting all day and half day white water river trips on the Rio Grande."
  • New Wave Rafting Company - Santa Fe. "New Mexico's Premier River Outfitter. Trips from the Mildest to the Wildest."
  • Golf / Riding / Running
  • Golf Courses in New Mexico - course name, location, type, # of holes, fees, and other information
  • New Mexico Golf Courses
  • Golf Courses in Northeastern New Mexico - "Rumor has it that balls travel 10 percent farther in the high altitude."
  • Golf Courses in the Albuquerque/Santa Fe area

  • Northern New Mexico Horsemen's Association
  • Rio Grande Mule and Donkey Association
  • Trail Riding in New Mexico - compiled by Linda Threet, a Carded Horseshow Judge living in Moriarty.
  • Tererro General Store and Riding Stables - "Mountain trail rides and fishing trips in the Santa Fe National Forest. Catered Pecos Wilderness pack trips."

  • New Mexico Race Calendar - maintained by the Albuquerque Road Runners Club
  • Places to go running in Albuquerque
  • Runner's World article about the running scene in Albuquerque
  • Skiing, Snowboarding, and Winter Sports
  • Ski New Mexico - official site
  • New Mexico Skiing and Snowboarding Destinations - Snow reports and more for every resort in New Mexico.
  • Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding by region - Description, phone number, and website of resorts organized by region.
  • Cross-Country Skiing and Snowboarding by region - Description, phone number, and website of trails organized by region.
  • Map of New Mexico Ski Area Locations - Shows both downhill and cross-country ski centers.
  • Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing and Dogsledding in New Mexico
  • Ice Skating in New Mexico by region - Lists skating centers across the state.
  • Skiing New Mexico: A Round-Up of Resorts - by Mitch Kaplan.
  • New Mexico Ski Areas - list of ski areas with phone numbers
  • Birding
  • New Mexico birding hotspots - includes locations, events, tours, guides, bird specialities in New Mexico, and more.
  • About.com birding site - If you're a birder, you will love me forever for turning you on to this site. OK, technically it isn't a New Mexico site, but it is click-worthy nonetheless.
  • Desert on a Wing - "Springtime in the desert, and the world's aflutter. Three emblematic Southwest birds: the Roadrunner, Sage Grouse and Elegant Trogon." Adapted from The Natural Year: Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah by Ben Guterson. (GORP)
  • Guadalupe Canyon - "Isolated mountains in the Coronado National Forest of southern New Mexico where the summertime birding shines." Adapted from Great Outdoor Getaways to the Southwest by Bill McMillon. (GORP)
  • New Mexico Birding
  • New Mexico Ornithological Society
  • Birding in New Mexico - (The Virtual Birder)
  • New Mexico Birding Reports - by Dick & Jean Hoffman
  • Birding in New Mexico - seasonal reports, sight guides, and birding maps written and/or assembled by Jerry Oldenettel (scroll down from the stuff at the top).
  • Birding Sites in New Mexico - list maintained by the New Mexico Ornithological Society
  • Birding Checklists - New Mexico - (About.com)
  • New Mexico Species List: Birds - maintained by the Department of Game and Fish
  • Birding pictures from the Bosque del Apache - by Steve Ralser. The Bosque is a major winter area for migratory birds (e.g. sandhill cranes, whooping cranes, Canada geese, snow geese etc).
  • Other Wildlife-Watching
  • New Mexico Wildlife Magazine - Published by NM Dept. of Game and Fish
  • Wildlife Viewing Guide - "From the rugged beauty of the Chihuahuan Desert to the windswept alpine heights of the Pecos Wilderness, the New Mexico Wildlife Viewing Guide helps direct you to 76 prime wildlife viewing areas with the best dates, times, and places, as well as what species to look for." (22 of the 76 descriptions are available online.) Published by NM Dept. of Game and Fish.
  • Wildlife prints - Really nice prints of wildlife scenes from New Mexico. Only $10 each, they support the Share with Wildlife fund.
  • Chihuahuan Wildlife - Great article describing five New Mexico wildlife spots: Heart Bar, Dripping Springs, Bosque del Apache, Bottomless Lake, and Mescalero Sands. (GORP)
  • Plants and Animals of Southern New Mexico - Research guides and bibliographies compiled by librarians at NMSU
  • Butterflies of New Mexico - What a great resource!! Also available at the site are county-by-county species lists.
  • Moths of New Mexico
  • Damselflies of New Mexico
  • Dragonflies of New Mexico
  • New Mexico Herpetofauna - amphibians and reptiles of New Mexico
  • Amphibians and Reptiles of New Mexico - Book describing all of New Mexico's 123 herpetelogical species: 46 snakes, 41 lizards, 23 frogs and toads, 10 turtles, and 3 salamanders.
  • New Mexico Species List: Reptiles and Amphibians - maintained by the Department of Game and Fish
  • New Mexico Species List: Fish - maintained by the Department of Game and Fish
  • New Mexico Species List: Invertebrates - maintained by the Department of Game and Fish
  • New Mexico Species List: Mammals - maintained by the Department of Game and Fish


    Arts

    Arts Associations
  • Albuquerque Arts Alliance
  • Arts groups throughout New Mexico - with an emphasis on northern New Mexico (Guestlife)
  • Arts groups in the Las Cruces area
  • Las Cruces Cultural Complex - Guide to cultural sites and events in the downtown Las Cruces area, including Branigan Cultural Center and the Museum of Fine Art.
  • Magnifico! Albuquerque Festival of the Arts - presents year-round arts programs throughout the community.
  • Moreno Valley Arts Council, Angel Fire, NM
  • Santa Fe Arts Commission
  • Southwestern Association for Indian Arts, Inc. - sponsors of the the Santa Fe Indian Market, the world's largest American Indian art market, which takes place in Santa Fe each August.
  • Visual Arts and Visual Arts Venues
    (see also Crafts/Arts)
  • Art galleries in New Mexico - with an emphasis on galleries in Santa Fe and Taos (Guestlife)
  • New Mexico Arts Database - search the New Mexico Arts Association, the Northern New Mexico Artisans Database, the Spanish Colonial Arts Society, and the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.
  • Wingspread Collector's Guide to Southwest Art
  • Institute of American Indian Art - Santa Fe
  • Arts of the Americas Institute - Albuquerque. "Programs encourage individual and institutional collaborations for teaching and learning, for research and creative work and for service programs, including performances, exhibitions and publications."
  • D. H. Lawrence Ranch Summer Art Projects
  • Mesilla Valley Film Society - Las Cruces. "Bringing alternative, foreign and independent film and video to the Las Cruces area."
  • Rio Grande Artes Workshops - Las Cruces

  • Artists Co-op Online Gallery - Artists of southern New Mexico
  • Santa Fe Online Art Gallery
  • Santa Fe Online Art Gallery Poster Shop - featuring the Eliot Porter Santa Fe Opera posters, RC Gorman posters, Amado Peña posters, and all the others you'll need to give your home that "Santa Fe" look.
  • Georgia O'Keeffe posters - from the O'Keeffe Museum
  • Art galleries in Santa Fe - A huge list. How much time and money have you got? What do you know - that's exactly how many galleries there are for you to visit.
  • Alphabetical Directory Of Art Galleries in Santa Fe - another huge list
  • This week's gallery openings in Santa Fe
  • SITE Santa Fe - "A contemporary art space"
  • R.C. Gorman Gallery
  • Art in Santa Fe - By Pamela Percival of the Abiline Reporter-News. "Historic New Mexico town inspires and nurtures creative expression."
  • New Mexico State University Art Gallery - Las Cruces
  • The Retablo Collection at the New Mexico State University Art Gallery - Las Cruces. The University Art Gallery houses one of the largest collections of retablos in North America.
  • Online Museum Shop - Museum Association of Taos, New Mexico. "This museum shop is a collaborative online shop of special products selected from the museum stores of seven museums in Taos, New Mexico."
  • Pueblo Cultural Center Shops
  • John MacLean Photography - "Southwestern Landscapes, Architecture, & People, for Advertising, Editorial, Fine Art, & Stock"
  • Art Out West - A virtual gallery featuring several artists and several media.
  • Nature Photography of the Desert Southwest - Photographic notecards & color enlargements by Southwestern Nature Photographer Frank Parrish.
  • Performing Arts and Performing Arts Venues
  • Bands in New Mexico - as listed on the Albuquerque Journal's Local Bands page
  • Chamber Music Albuquerque
  • Chamber Orchestra of Albuquerque
  • Dona Ana Lyric Opera - Las Cruces
  • Festival Santa Fe - Arts festival featuring performances by the Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Santa Fe Stages, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, and the Maria Benitez Teatro Flamenco.
  • Las Cruces Symphony
  • Musi-Cal Listings for New Mexico
  • NewMAMA - New Mexico Acoustic Music Alliance - "The New Mexico Acoustic Music Alliance is a loose organization of volunteers who present singer-songwriters for the music lovers in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area."
  • New Mexico Jazz Workshop
  • New Mexico State University music ensembles - Las Cruces. Includes wind, choral, jazz, and chamber ensembles.
  • New Mexico Symphony Orchestra
  • Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival
  • Santa Fe Desert Chorale
  • Santa Fe Opera

  • Ballet Folklorico de la Tierra del Encanto - Las Cruces
  • Ballet Theater of New Mexico - Albuquerque
  • Festival Flamenco Internacional - Albuquerque
  • Las Cruces Chamber Ballet
  • María Benítez Teatro Flamenco - "Santa Fe is the summer home of this internationally renowned Spanish dance company."
  • New Mexico Ballet Company

  • American Southwest Theatre Company - Las Cruces
  • Dona Ana Repertory Theatre - Las Cruces
  • Las Cruces Community Theater
  • Musical Theatre Southwest
  • No Strings Theatre Company - "A community-based non-profit organization dedicated to expanding theatre horizons in Las Cruces."
  • Santa Fe Stages - presenting a "signature mix of theater, dance, and music" in the Santa Fe area
  • Southwest Repertory Theater Company - Albuquerque

  • The KiMo Theatre - a gorgeous concert hall in Albuqueque, done in the "Pueblo Deco" architectural style (really).
  • Flickinger Center for the Performing Arts - in Alamogordo
  • Mesa del Sol Amphitheatre - Albuquerque
  • Paolo Soleri Amphitheatre - Santa Fe
  • Popejoy Hall - at UNM in Albuquerque
  • Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts - Ruidoso


    Other Activities

  • Casinos in the State of New Mexico
  • Trackinfo.com - Thoroughbred Tracks in New Mexico
  • NM Racetracks and Racing Seasons
  • NMRACING Comprehensive New Mexico Horse Racing


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