Pet-Friendly Day Trips in Santa Fe

Did somebody say road trip? Take some time to discover the magnificent landscape and diverse culture surrounding “The City Different.” When you stay in Santa Fe, it’s so easy to hit the road for a day trip to nearby Taos, Abiquiu, Chama, Madrid, Pecos or Chimayo, which are just a hop, skip and a jump away.

The High Road to Taos

The “High Road to Taos” is the most celebrated, scenic byway in New Mexico. Taking visitors on a journey through forests, badlands , as well as tiny towns first settled in the early days of New Mexico`s colonization by Spain. Included in this journey are some of Northern New Mexico`s most famous, small, historic churches.
Location: Beginning and end

Georgia O`Keeffe County – Just an Hour from Santa Fe

Georgia OKeeffe, upon arriving in New Mexico, said "If were lucky, we use all five senses when we travel…see, hear, taste, touch, breathe. And the sixth sense is alive and well in Northern New Mexico.” Feel it, and be enchanted. Come see for yourself – it`s a landscape like no other.
Location: Northern New Mexico
Phone: Call Wendy for more information 505-795-3131

Bandelier National Park

Bandelier displays rugged, beautiful canyon and mesa country as well as evidence of a human presence going back over 11,000 years. With petroglyphs and dwellings carved into the soft rock cliffs, Bandelier pays tribute to the early days of a culture that still survives in the surrounding communities.
Location: Google Maps
Phone: (505) 672-3861

Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs

A monthly day trip for your hostess and not to be missed. Ojo Caliente`s waters are sulphur-free, geothermal mineral waters that have flowed from a subterranean, volcanic aquifer for thousands of years. Ojo is the only hot springs in the world with four different types of mineral waters each rich with benefits.
Location: Google Maps
Phone: 505.583.2233