Photography ©Quita Ortiz

Nature & Wellness

Nourishing Santa Fe

Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico are a confluence of different landscapes. Nestled at the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, you’ll find hot springs, aspen groves and desert rock against the backdrop of a clear blue sky. Replenish yourself through nature and self-care.

McCauley Warm Spring in the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico
Enjoying Nature
During the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, when the state issued a stay-at-home order, Santa Fe artists responded in inspiring ways, creating works of startling beauty, even as the world seemed...
A citrus beverage with a red garnish
Adaptogens: What’s Old Is New Again
Feeling stressed? Adaptogens might help. Molly Brennand, FNLP, CHHC, a Santa Fe-based functional nutritionist and lifestyle practitioner, explains, “As the name implies, this class of herbs literally...
A wide trail through the woods
Trail Photo Essay:
Winsor Trail No. 254
The Winsor Trail  No. 254 is situated at the top of Hyde Park Road, where the road loops around the Santa Fe Ski area parking lot. The trailhead access is beside the National Forest Service information...
Two brightly colored sculptures in a courtyard
Santa Fe’s Gardens Different
With its myriad galleries and numerous eateries, Canyon Road is an appealing destination year-round. It is especially inviting from late spring to early fall when outdoor spaces rival indoor spaces for...