Holy Ghost Campground in the Santa Fe National Forest
Video of one of the campgrounds in this national forest.
Camping & MTBing Santa Fe, New Mexico | Bandelier National Monument
Our trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico started with us leaving on the 4th of July at 6am from Little Rock, Arkansas. We arrived at Santa Fe KOA Journey around 6pm. We set up our tent and did a quick camp ground review. After that we drove to Blue Corn Brewery where we had amazing food and beer.
The next morning we had french toast, shopped at Trader Joe's, and then went on a Mountain Bike Ride at North West of Santa Fe. The trail systems name we road was La Tierra Trails,and we entered at the La Cuchara Trailhead. Was an amazing ride. After that we drove to downtown Santa Fe where we walked around. We visited Vinyl Cafe, San Miguel Mission (the oldest church in the United State. Built in 1610), Apothecary Restaurant at Santa Fe Oxygen and Healing Bar, and Hervé Wine Bar. After that we left downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico and drove up to Ski Santa Fe in the Santa Fe National Forest to explore and do a little yoga.
We left there and drove to make dinner at camp. For dinner we made filet mignon, salmon, broccoli, and mushroom risotto.
We woke up the following morning and cooked breakfast burritos. After that we drove to White Rock, New Mexico to ride a bus to Bandelier National Monument. Ones done exploring Bandelier National Monument, we drove back to Santa Fe, New Mexico and had a beer at Santa Fé Brewing Company. Our last stop on this trip we went over to Chili Line Brewing Co. where we had a beer and dinner.
Santa Fe New Mexico part 1
Join us on our mini-adventure to Santa Fe where we stay at the wonderful Villas de Santa Fe after travelling through Philadelphia and Dallas
Roswell Museum | Camping in Santa Fe National Forest January (Negative 10 Degrees)
#Day 6. No mountains in this episode. After landing in Roswell we did the typical touristy thing and visited the museum. Post museum we headed north to Santa Fe and camped in the national forest. Our first cold night at least we thought it was cold at this point.
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The Santa Fe National Forest is a protected national forest in northern New Mexico in the Southwestern United States. It was established in 1915 and covers 1,558,452 acres (6,306.83 km2). Elevations range from 5,300 feet (1600 m) to 13,103 feet (4000 m) at the summit of Truchas Peak, located within the Pecos Wilderness. The Jemez, Coyote, and Cuba districts are located in the Jemez Mountains; the Pecos/Las Vegas district is located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains; and the Española district is located in both mountain ranges. In descending order of land area the forest lies in parts of Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, Mora, and Los Alamos counties. Forest headquarters are located in the city of Santa Fe.
Santa Fe National Forest was established on July 1, 1915 by the U.S. Forest Service with the amalgamation of Jemez National Forest to the west of Santa Fe and Pecos National Forest to the east.
The former division is remembered in the ranger districts, with the Jemez Ranger District to the west and the Pecos/Las Vegas district to the east. The western district is adjacent to the Valles Caldera National Preserve, which is administered by the National Park Service.
Bandelier National Monument was created from a portion of Santa Fe in 1916, but additional land was added to Bandelier from land that was formerly part of Los Alamos National Laboratory and from land that was owned by the Dunnigans when they owned the Baca Ranch.
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A Walk Down Beautiful Santa Fe River Park in Autumn, Santa Fe, NM
The Santa Fe River Park and Trail follows the river almost ten miles from Patrick Smith Park to the new Camino Real Park at the river’s intersection with NM 599. Both the parkway and trail are under construction in various reaches along the river. When completed, the trail will be one of three primary urban trail spines along with the Rail Trail and Arroyo Chamisa Trail serving the Santa Fe area. The parkway will provide open space corridors, trails for walking and biking, and a series of parks, as well as a way for bicycle commuters to get to and from downtown safely. Below are listed some the current projects happening along the river.
El Parque del Rio is a linear park that follows the Santa Fe River as it flows through downtown Santa Fe. A major amenity and historic site within the city, the river park was beset with a series of long-term problems. Progressive down-cutting of the river channel has affected the health and viability of many of the old cottonwoods and other trees along the park. Storm water that had for decades helped support the river environment is now piped and fed directly into the river, increasing erosion and contributing roadway pollutants. The City of Santa Fe is exploring new ways to handle its storm water runoff and has hired Surrounding Studio to help implement new methods.
Other park improvements and irrigation upgrades will take place at Louis Montano Park (near the Boys and Girls Club); West De Vargas Park at Guadalupe Street; and on the north side of the Santa Fe River along Alameda between Galisteo Street and East Palace Avenue. Construction of the storm water management features, along with other Parque del Rio improvements, will commence in the summer of 2011.
Aspens Turning in Santa Fe National Forest
Aspens turn at Santa Fe National Forest
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The Santa Fe National Forest is a protected national forest in northern New Mexico in the Southwestern United States.It was established in 1915 and covers 1,558,452 acres .Elevations range from 5,300 feet to 13,103 feet at the summit of Truchas Peak, located within the Pecos Wilderness.The Jemez, Coyote, and Cuba districts are located in the Jemez Mountains; the Pecos/Las Vegas district is located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains; and the Española district is located in both mountain ranges.
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Sangre de Cristos, Carson National Forest - New Mexico
Along Route 64 between Taos and Eagle Nest Lake Park, Old Man Face.
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Exploring a National Forest in New Mexico
We live out of our van as we explore this beautiful dispersed free camping in Las Lus, New Mexico. The weather was a little chilly but this was back in March. Very windy up there, and the ground was not very level.
Route 66: Day 9 (Santa Fe, NM - Gallup, NM)
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Route 66, Day 9:
This morning you head south, down to Albuquerque, New Mexico’s largest city, with a third of the state’s population. Albuquerque is sprawling at the heart of New Mexico, where the main east - west road and rail routes cross both the Rio Grande and the old road south to Mexico. You cross the Rio Grande and head west – out into the open country and the hues of the Navajo wilderness. You are skirting mesas and bluffs on into Laguna. Further on ride through Grants and along Cibola National Forest towards the famous Route 66 town of Gallup – an old railroad town and Indian stronghold. Enjoy your stay tonight with a host of fellow riders from around the world at one of the many biker friendly hotels in Gallup.
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A Toast to New Mexico's National Forests
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Oct. 9, Wednesday, 5:30-7:30, Marble Brewing, Albuquerque
Oct 16, Wednesday, 6 - 8, Rufina Taproom, Santa Fe
Oct 22, Tuesday, 5 - 7, Kit Carson Electric Co-op, Taos
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Santa Fe National Forest Drilling Plans Overturned
Scoring a victory for clean energy, WildEarth Guardians just overturned a decision that would have opened up more than 113,00 acres of the Santa Fe National Forest for more oil and gas drilling.
12 Best Tourist Attractions in New Mexico USA
New Mexico is a state in the Southwestern region of the United States of America; its capital and cultural center is Santa Fe which was founded in 1610 as capital of Nuevo México, while its largest city is Albuquerque with its accompanying metropolitan area. It is one of the Mountain States and shares the Four Corners region with Utah, Colorado, and Arizona; its other neighboring states are Oklahoma to the northeast, Texas to the east-southeast, and the Mexican states of Chihuahua to the south and Sonora to the southwest.
These Huge Wooden Structures Are Baffling Forest Officials In Santa Fe National Forest
These huge wooden structures are baffling forest officials in Santa Fe National forest. We take a look at these huge wooden structures in Santa Fe national forest.
Often times in countries that have a beautiful countryside or an incredible scenic and historically important area of wildlife, efforts will be made by the government to preserve this beautiful slice of nature in the hopes of allowing the public at large to enjoy its unaging beauty for centuries to come. They do this by establishing federally protected locations that prevent further developments of any kind that could damage the protected area known as a national park or wildlife preserve.
There seems to be a large amount of mysteries surrounding national parks. An almost disproportionate amount given any other area it is compared to regarding visiting populations of any kind.
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RV Campervan trip travel to Santa Fe National Forest NM Hyde Park Kuaua Ruins Aspen Basin
This is a video of a trip to Santa Fe National Forest in New Mexico. We visited Aspen Basin Camp grounds in Hyde Park. Kuaua Ruins at Coronado historic site. Went to the top of the mountain at the ski slopes. We tried going to Caja del Rio Plateau in NM west of Santa Fe but the dirt roads were way to hectic.
New Mexico: Connecting to Earth | USA Discoveries | World Nomads
Join World Nomad Joel, as he explores New Mexico, aka Land of Enchantment. In this state of desert and mountains, he discovers a striking landscape and a particular light and vibe that encourages creatives to settle and work here. Joel visits the hip towns of Taos and Santa Fe and comes to appreciate the unique blend of Spanish, Anglo and Native American cultures. Along the way, he visits earthships, encounters poets and artists, and experiences natural hot springs and incredible sunsets.
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