With its natural beauty, outdoor activities, and rich culture, New Mexico has become a sought-after retirement destination.
Tag - Outdoors
by Alexa J. Henry photos by Mary Robnett
The mines boomed and then faded, but the town of Cerrillos still revels in its past—served up with a champion-caliber burger.
The Santa Fe Canyon Preserve shelters beavers, frogs, trees, and hikers.
Geological forces conspired to craft every landscape in New Mexico, from alpine peaks to cavernous depths. Feel that rumble? They’re still at work.
Our geology rocks. Our food pops. Even our architecture stands out. Throw in the Wild West, ancient art, and a few UFOs. A celebration of what makes us unique in the nation.
Laurence Parent shows there’s more to a good road trip than pretty pictures.
Get outdoors in Ruidoso, jump-start your garden, listen to haiku, check out Toni Gentilli's solo exhibit, and livestream a concert by Let It Grow.
The executive director of the Gila Resources Information Project and the director of the Gila Conservation Coalition works to protect the endangered river.
Presenting the winners of the 20th annual New Mexico Magazine Photography Contest in the Mobile category.