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New Mexicans joke that one may ski and golf in the same day! Santa Fe boasts over 300 days of sunshine each year that are perfect for hiking, white water rafting, and horse back riding. The Santa Fe Sage Inn is centrally located for hotel guests to walk to nearby train rides, cooking lessons and yoga classes.

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Ski Santa Fe is nestled high in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains just 15 miles from the Santa Fe Sage Inn. With a base elevation of 10,350 feet, you'll feel like you're on top of the world at Ski Santa Fe. The Millennium Triple Chairlift will take snow sport enthusiasts to a new height of 12,075 feet and some of the Southwest's finest skiing. Come enjoy Ski Santa Fe and your favorite Santa Fe Hotel, the Santa Fe Sage Inn.

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Estrella Del Norte Vineyard is a quick 15 minute drive north of Santa Fe. Come experience their award-wining wine selection, beautiful grounds and friendly service. We promise that you will fall in love with this charming vineyard.

The Santa Fe Sage Inn staff recommends Estrella Del Norte Vineyard

Download the 2014 January - April Vineyard Calendar and Plan Your Santa Fe Getaway!

Guests of the Santa Fe Sage Inn receive special offers for the vineyard. Ask us about it when you check in.

Popular Santa Fe Museum Exhibits
Book one of our great rates and don't miss out on these great museum exhibitions! If you're a Georgia O'Keeffe fan you can't miss out on the Georgia O'Keeffe and Ansel Adams(Ends September 14, 2014). The New Mexico Museum of Art is the only American venue for the exhibition Renaissance to Goya: Prints and Drawings from Spain that is literally rewriting the book on Spanish art. Renaissance to Goya (Ends March 9, 2014) exhibition at the New Mexico History Museum. For all of you animal lovers...We have a treat for you! Checkout the The Wooden Menagerie(Ends Spring 2015) at the International Folk Art Museum. Enjoy!

Whitewater Rafting Season
New Mexico's Whitewater Rafting Season starts in mid-April, as ski areas close down and the snow begins to melt. This is the beginning of the "High Water" rafting season. The early season until mid-June offers the biggest excitement and whitewater features. Increasing temperatures and declining water levels as summer progresses lead to New Mexico's technical late season runs. This is a great time for families to go rafting in New Mexico and lasts through the first week of September in most years.

The Santa Fe Sage Inn staff recommends Kokopelli Rafting Adventures

Food Tour New Mexico
At Food Tour New Mexico, they provide walking food tours and classes through the heart of historic downtown Santa Fe that will provide a peek into our culture and hidden delectable gems!

Food Tour New Mexico was created by foodie Nick Peña with the idea that when culture, food, fun, and adventure meet, visitors can experience the wonders of Santa Fe through local eyes. In doing so, they hope to make your visit to Santa Fe much more memorable, unique, and exciting!

So prepare to Sample Santa Fe with an amazing day of demonstrations, first hand tales and of course great food samples from some of the specialty shops and restaurants that make Santa Fe so unique!

The Santa Fe Sage Inn staff recommends Food Tour New Mexico

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