Best Easy Day Hikes Santa Fe

Author: Linda Regnier
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493017853
Size: 11.97 MB
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Santa Fe is well known as an artist's paradise, but the diverse land offers so much more to the hiking enthusiast. This compact guide will direct readers to some of the loveliest short hikes in the Bandelier, Pecos Wilderness, and Hyde State Park areas. Venture to breathtaking peaks or hike low-lying canyons, all within an hour's drive of Santa Fe, while catching engrossing glimpses into the rich culture and history of northern New Mexico. Look inside for: Casual hikes to full-day adventures Hikes for everyone, including families Clear trail maps and mileage landmarks Trail ranking to find just the right level of adventure for your group GPS coordinates

Santa Fe

Author: Linda Black Regnier
Publisher: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9781560447009
Size: 26.68 MB
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Hikes varying from fifteen-minute strolls to half-day adventures, this guidebook is for everyone, including families.

Santa Fe Taos Hiking Guide

Author: Bob D'Antonio
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
ISBN: 9781565795006
Size: 51.62 MB
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The Santa Fe-Taos area contains a wide selection of easily accessible trails throughout its mountains and high desert -- places where outdoors enthusiasts can explore the diverse topography and ecosystems of northern New Mexico year-round. Now for the first time in one convenient volume, seasoned guidebook author Bob D'Antonio introduces you to 52 great hikes within an hour of these two towns. From alpine peaks to sage-covered mesas, northern New Mexico offers incredible hiking opportunities -- and Santa Fe-Taos Hiking Guide leads you to the best. Book jacket.

Down The Santa Fe Trail And Into Mexico

Author: Susan Shelby Magoffin
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803281165
Size: 80.36 MB
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In June 1846 Susan Shelby Magoffin, eighteen years old and a bride of less than eight months, set out with her husband, a veteran Santa Fe trader, on a trek from Independence, Missouri, through New Mexico and south to Chihuahua. Her travel journal was written at a crucial time, when the Mexican War was beginning and New Mexico was occupied by Stephen Watts Kearny and the Army of the West. Her journal describes the excitement, routine, and dangers of a successful merchant's wife. On the trail for fifteen months, moving from house to house and town to town, she became adept in Spanish and the lingo of traders, and wrote down in detail the customs and appearances of places she went. She gave birth to her first child during the journey and admitted, "This thing of marrying is not what it is cracked up to be." Valuable as a social and historical record of her encounters—she met Zachary Taylor and was agreeably disappointed to find him disheveled but kindly—her journal is equally important as a chronicle of her growing intelligence, experience, and strength, her lost illusions and her coming to terms with herself.

At The End Of The Santa Fe Trail

Author: Blandina Segale
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This memoir by a strong-willed and resourceful nun at the end of the 19th century is a valuable addition to the story of women in the West.

Let S Go 2004 Usa

Author: Let's Go Inc.
Publisher: Let's Go Publications
ISBN:
Size: 16.53 MB
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The Resource for the Independent Traveler For over forty years Let's Go Travel Guides have brought budget-savvy travelers closer to the world and its diverse cultures by providing the most up-to-date information. Includes: · Entries at all price levels for lodging, food, attractions, and more · Must-have tips for planning your trip, getting around, and staying safe · The best bars, clubs, festivals, and live entertainment · A quirky regional dialect guide from linguist Bert Vaux · More alternatives to tourism, including film school and environmental work · Detailed city, regional, and transport maps-30 in full color Featuring not-to-be-missed Experiences Cultural Connections: Journey one mile into the earth at an underground state park in Minnesota Inside Scoops & Hidden Deals: Feast on fresh lobster for low prices in Bar Harbor, Maine Off the Beaten Path: Hug a giant ground sloth at a University of Iowa museum Get advice, read up, and book tickets at www.letsgo.com

Hiking New Mexico

Author: Laurence Parent
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762766999
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Ninety-one hikes from the La Luz Trail to the San Mateo and Peloncillo Mountains.