If you wait until Valentine’s Day to give your sweetheart or yourself the gift of chocolate, you are missing out on 364 days of experiencing one of life’s greatest pleasures.
New Mexico is a haven for the unexpected. A place for those who seek to follow their own path. It’s an attitude. A way of life. It’s adventure in its truest form – from culture to art to cuisine and everything in between – just waiting for you to seize it.
Come ski and ride the winter sun on the incredible slopes in the Land of Enchantment! Our eight alpine and three Nordic ski areas dotted throughout the state will provide you with the ultimate in sporting options, stunning scenery, unbelievable food, out-of-this-world shopping, and a never-to-be-forgotten cultural experience. And—oh yes—exceptional skiing and riding.
New Mexico will capture your heart, soul – and stomach!
Today’s Native American communities share their culture with visitors through tours of ancestral sites; ceremonial dances, feast days, and powwows; vibrant visual art, including painting, weaving, pottery and jewelry.
Rooted in Native American and old-world flavors, New Mexico’s culinary treasures are a result of centuries of cultural tradition enlivened with the occasional modern twist. Pack an appetite – the most distinctive cuisine in the Southwest awaits.
It isn't a place called Manhattan, but a project. Beauty, history and technology all blend in Los Alamos. And in the past 100 years the work based in this mountain town has, quite literally, changed the world.
This season, the former ski bums behind the super-successful Taos Mountain Energy Bars are way too busy to hit the slopes.
America’s oldest capital city has a fresh buzz—gastropubs and indie movies and bike trails linking emerging neighborhoods—all headlined by the trippy, high-tech art collective Meow Wolf.
The secret is out: Downtown Duke City is being reinvented as a hotbed of creativity and commerce.
Artisanal butchers, bakers, and pickle makers are giving New Mexico a lot to chew on.