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Ski resort avalanche dogs and their handlers have become a critical part of search and rescue. Meet Taos’ newest team By Jayme Moye / Photography by Malia Reeves In a remote corner of New Mexico’s Taos Ski Valley resort, a dog watches her owner. With the exception of this man and his colleague, who are…(Read More)

Sam Mittelsteadt tours a kid-friendly Santa Fe home that is bright and bold with a bit of New Mexican modern Photography by Bill Stengel The homeowners’ project began as many do: with a trip to the local home improvement store. This one, however, ended with a spectacular full gut renovation, completed on a tight…(Read More)

Now that the cooler temperatures of fall are fast approaching, we’re ready to set out on some Southwestern adventures. We asked the experts at Chippewa Boots for their top picks of what to wear while exploring New Mexico’s mountains and towns — scroll down to shop them all Sponsored Content For her: The Original…(Read More)

Each year, thousands of Santa Feans gather to set fire to a giant marionette stuffed with “glooms.” The Burning of Zozobra, which has taken place yearly since being created by Will Shuster in 1924, has become one of the symbols of the city, a potent reminder of the madcap celebrations of Santa Fe’s past…(Read More)

At the dawn of the 20th century, English-born entrepreneur Fred Harvey transformed tourism in the Southwest with a collection of stately hotels. The hotels’ eateries quickly earned a nationwide reputation for serving up fresh, hearty fare at a fair price but were perhaps best known for their waitresses — single, attractive and well-educated women…(Read More)

It’s part pagan ritual, part town party. Each year, thousands of Santa Feans gather to set fire to a giant marionette stuffed with “glooms.” Sam Moulton revels in the pageantry and unexpectedly festive community spirit The moaning is getting louder,more guttural. The giant puppet is really mad now, flailing his arms about angrily…(Read More)

Take to the pristine northern New Mexico wilderness for a bow hunting trip like none other September is bow hunting season and there are few places better suited to play host to the pursuit of wild game than the mountains of northern New Mexico. Brazos River Lodge in Chama, New Mexico is offering the ultimate…(Read More)

Once a top-secret locale for developing the atomic bomb, Los Alamos has grown into a center for big science and bona fide outdoor adventure. Stephanie Pearson investigates New Mexico’s coolest mountain hub A cooper’s hawk lands on a black snag above red tuff, flushing lesser winged creatures toward a western mountain ridge…(Read More)