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<span>Plenty of</span> Recreation

Plenty of Recreation

Recreation

Hiking, biking, fishing, horseback riding, a day at the springs, sight-seeing, skiing, shopping….there is always something fun and interesting to do when in Ojo!

Guided Fishing Trips
Flyfishing Guide Service
Flytying, casting and instruction
PO Box 716
La Madera, NM 87539
Contact: Robert Reynolds
505-583-2238

Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs
Various natural spring pools and baths, restaurant and visitor accommodations.
Ojo Caliente, NM
505-583-2233
www.ojospa.com

Taos Ski Valley
Some of the best skiing in the West! About a 1 1/2 hour drive from Ojo.
Taos, NM
www.skitaos.org
800-776-1111

Santa Fe
Just an hour from Ojo Caliente, we call this the “big city”.
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, www.santafechamber.com
505-983-7317

The Santa Fe Opera
Internationally renowned opera events (Summer months only).
505-986-5955
www.santafeopera.org

Cumbres & Toltec Railroad
Located in Chama New Mexico, a true steam engine that runs daily for tourists in the summer and fall months. About 2 hours north of Ojo on Hwy. 84.
505-756-2151
www.cumbrestoltec.com

Taos
Known for its arts and skiing, Taos is an hour’s drive north of Ojo.
Taos Chamber of Commerce, www.taoschamber.com
505-758-3873

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
Located in Santa Fe
www.okeeffemuseum.org

The Georgia O’Keeffe House
We’ve found that the Abiquiu Inn’s site has the best protocol for visiting the Abiquiu House

Ghost Ranch
www.ghostranch.org

Other sites of Interest:

Christ In The Desert Monastery
www.christdesert.org
And for a great description of their sustainability work with straw and solar panels:
www.christdesert.org/strawbilt/intro/history.cid.html

Dar Al Islam
www.daralislam.org

 

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