Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Come while you still can.....
.......Get a good restaurant reservation, enjoy cooler temperatures, walk the streets of Santa Fe with ease. With an average high temperature of 83 degrees and low temperature of 51 degrees, the sunny days are ideal for getting out and exploring Santa Fe without the larger crowds of July and August. The choices of adventures are endless.
You can start with the art scene and historic buildings around the Plaza and move on to hiking, horseback riding, playing golf or river rafting. Within driving distance to the north, south, east or west you can experience Indian Pueblos or ancient cliff dwellings, fine wineries or micro breweries. On your visit to Santa Fe you will discover that whatever direction you go out of town, you will see vastly different landscapes. You can discover to the North the colorful rock formations of Georgia O'Keefe country; to the East you find the Mountains with numerous hiking trails in the pines and Aspen; to the West, Los Alamos and Bandelier National Park; and to the south Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument to name a few.
Visit the Activities Page of our website for more information and to learn about the Thirsty Ear Music Festival, June 7-10, Santa Fe Gay Pride Week June 15-24, the Santa Fe Rodeo on June 20-23 and the opening of the Santa Fe Opera on June 28 (There are SF Opera backstage tours available all through the month of June.) Just to name a few of the many activities available in June.
The Don Gaspar Inn, The Casa Blanca Inn, and Blue Lake Ranch are members of Inns of the Southwest. Please visit our websites for monthly specials.