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Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado

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Adventure Excursions

In Collaboration with Adventure Partners

Discover the “Land of Enchantment” with Adventure Excursions at Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado Santa Fe. In collaboration with Adventure Partners, our signature excursions reveal the unique culture and history of northern New Mexico.

 

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  • Exploration Hiking

    Daily One Hour Complimentary Hike
    Meet at the resort lobby entrance every morning for a complimentary guided hike along the Camino Encantado Trail. Departure time varies depending on season. This walk includes discussions on the history of Rancho Encantado and the surrounding geography. All resort guests are welcome. Easy to Moderate.
     

    Camino Encantado and Los Caminitos Canyon
    Embark on a private, two hour guided hike along the ridges and arroyos surrounding Rancho Encantado. Enjoy grand vistas while learning regional history and hearing colorful tales of this popular “dude ranch” and the characters who have visited since the early 1900s. Easy to Moderate.

    High Mountain Ramble
    Drive from Rancho Encantado up Pacheco Canyon Road to the base of Ski Santa Fe at 10,350 feet (3,155 kilometres), through aspen groves, ponderosa pines, spruce and fir. From there, stroll by seasonal mountain streams, verdant meadows and views of distant peaks. Summer wild flowers carpet the mountainside from May through September, and autumn brings spectacular golden aspens. Ambitious hikers can climb above the tree line and visit crystal clear mountain lakes. Half Day and Full Day.

    Rio en Medio
    Just a short ten minute drive to the trailhead, this moderate hike meanders through a lush mountain canyon of meadows and creek crossings. This trail wanders through a canyon supporting a wide variety of vegetation types – oak trees, chokecherries, wild hops, prickly-pear cactus, cholla cactus, rose bushes, ponderosa pines and even towering Douglas fir trees. The hike culminates at a shimmering pool and water cascade. Three Hour and Half Day.

    Ghost Ranch
    A variety of explorations abound at this magical property made famous by artist Georgia O’Keeffe and her expressive depictions of this classic Colorado Plateau red rock geology. Hiking, museums, archeology, paleontology and horseback riding are all possible itineraries to suit your personal areas of interest. Half and Full Day.

    Abiquiu
    The “Valley of Shining Stone” offers hikers a variety of hidden canyons and vistas, each filled with history, geology, ethereal rock formations, and quiet wonder. Spend a day with our knowledgeable guides who will transport you to the gems of this area, which have inspired artists, adventurers and dreamers since the 1900s. Half Day and Full Day.

    Valles Caldera National Preserve
    Across the Rio Grande Valley awaits an amazing, little known wilderness region created by a “super volcano” 2.5 million years ago. The Valles Caldera offers scenic views of majestic valleys, geological formations and some of the most beautiful areas in New Mexico. Options include biking, moderate hikes, and tours of the secretive town of Los Alamos and the Bradbury Science Museum. Half Day and Full Day.

  • Cultural Excursions

    Santa Fe City Tour
    Soak up the vibrant mix of cultures which abound in the nation’s oldest and highest capitol city, at 7,000 feet above sea level. Your private guide will provide an up-close-and-personal look into the historical neighbourhoods, buildings, architecture, churches, folklore, galleries, museums and shops of this great American Southwest crossroads with an
    itinerary tailored to your personal interests and time commitments. Three Hours and Half Day.

    Native American Cultural Tour
    Experience a private guided tour of nearby Bandelier National Monument with historical exhibits and ancient cliff dwellings of the Pueblo Native Americans. A tour of the less-traveled areas of the Monument follows ancient foot paths and kiva ladders into 800 year-old cliff dwellings with remarkable petroglyphs. Modern day Pueblo life can also be explored with our knowledgeable guides. Each tour is tailored to your time commitment and interests. Three Hours to Full Day.

    Georgia O’Keeffe / Abiquiu
    The Abiquiu (Valley of Shining Stone) area and landscape has inspired artists and adventurers for over a century, offering a window into New Mexico’s past and present, influenced by Native American and Spanish cultures and traditions. Marvel at majestic red rock mesas, surreal formations of Plaza Blanca, the hidden Copper Canyon and towering above it all, Georgia O’Keeffe’s beloved Cerro Pedernal. Areas of exploration will be tailored to your interests and time commitments. Half and Full Day.

    High Road Cultural Pilgrimage
    Take a private guided excursion along the back roads of Northern New Mexico, once the northern-most territory of the Spanish Kingdom. Visit traditional villages and sacred Holy places such as the Santuario de Chimayo, stopping along the way to meet colorful local artists, historians and gallery owners. Half Day and Full Day.

    Timeless Taos
    Join us on a magical tour to Taos where art, nature and history meet in a beautiful and intense cultural setting. Enjoy visits to Rancho de Taos, St. Francis de Assisi Church, the home of Kit Carson, Hacienda de Los Martinez, and perhaps a tour of the World Heritage Site – Taos Pueblo. Walk the Plaza and explore the homes and art museums featuring works by Ernest L. Blumenschein, Nicolai Fechin, Millicent Rodgers, and R.C. Gorman, to name a few. A scenic return drive via the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge and along the Rio Grande Valley will provide even more opportunities to soak up the beauty of Northern New Mexico. Full Day.

    Custom Full Day Cultural Tours, Dances and Ceremonies

    Our custom tours offer guests a look at Northern New Mexico’s little known hidden gems, rich with culture and extraordinary beauty. Areas of exploration include Georgia O’Keeffe’s artistic retreat - Ghost Ranch and a sensitive and fiercely protected unexcavated Tewa Village (access is seasonal and by permit only). Other possible destinations include a guided tour of the City of Acoma Pueblo, seasonal ceremonial dances and feasts at nearby Pueblos. Please contact the Adventure Center or Four Seasons’ Experience Assistants Desk for more details and availability.

  • Exploration Biking

    Enjoy your privately guided biking experience on our state-of-the-art full suspension “Santa Cruz” mountain bikes. Our popular biking excursions offer a variety of seasonal trail options. Each tour will be tailored to your level of ability, interests and time commitment; with thrilling downhill rides through Aspen and Alpine forests, mellow, meandering trails and more advanced technical single tracks. Biking tours can be scheduled from three hours to full day.

    Pacheco Canyon Descent
    Embark on an exhilarating, easy to moderate downhill ride from the Santa Fe Ski Basin at 10,350 feet through a hidden and little known canyon of diverse ecosystems of Pine, Aspen groves, mountain streams, meadows, and wild flowers. The descent ends in a Pinon and Juniper dotted landscape with a few more pedal strokes to the front steps of Rancho Encantado. This is one of our most popular family rides. Three Hour Tour.

    La Tierra Trails
    This trail system boasts 25 miles of single track ranging from technical switchbacks to easy flowing rides, all providing beautiful views of the Jemez and Sangre de Cristo mountain ranges surrounding Santa Fe. The hilly, cross country aspect of these trails gives the rider a healthy workout in a picturesque environment. Three Hour Tour.

    Exclusive Ghost Ranch Trails
    Pedal through the heart of the Piedra Lumbre Valley and discover a 360-degree view that will take your breath away. A nine mile easy to moderate loop travels through geological time, with dramatic vertical cliffs, Abiquiu Lake and Georgia O'Keeffe's cherished mountain, Cerro Pedernal. This private Ghost Ranch trail system offers the quintessential Southwest experience you crave, with the option to explore additional Ghost Ranch attractions. Full Day.

    Galisteo Basin Trails
    Explore the newest single track trails in the Santa Fe area. This basin contains 20 miles of trails perfect for the moderate rider looking to elevate their heart rate not only from the exercise, but the breathtaking beauty. Vibrant yellow and red rock formations make up the color scheme with the nearby Ortiz and Sandia mountains as a backdrop. Three Hour Tour.

    Dale Ball Trails
    The Dale Ball Trail System is a 22-mile network of trails in the dramatic foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The red dirt single-track provides riders with an adrenaline-filled workout. There are opportunities for intermediate and advanced bikers alike, reaching amazing views of the surrounding mountains and Rio Grande Rift Valley. Three Hour Tour.

  • Rio En Medio Hiking Tour to the Waterfall

    A classic Sangre de Cristo walk (easy to moderate), Rio En Medio is only a short 10-minute drive from the Resort. This trail wanders through a canyon supporting a wide variety of vegetation types – oak trees, chokecherries, wild hops, prickly-pear cactus, cholla cactus, rose bushes, ponderosa pines and even towering Douglas fir trees. Several creek crossings and a little scrambling leads to a shimmering cascade.

  • Tsankawi Archaeological Site

    Explore this less-travelled hidden treasure within Bandelier National Monument. A 30-minute drive across the Rio Grande River with a moderate walk/scramble along ancient trails takes one to a remarkable collection of petroglyphs and ancient dwellings originally inhabited in the 1400s. Formed in volcanic ash, these pueblo shelters provide excellent views of the Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains, and modern-day Los Alamos.

Half-Day Private Excursions

  • Pueblo: Ancient to Present Day

    Begin at Bandelier National Monument – whose human history dates back more than 10,000 years – best known for its several thousand Ancestral Pueblo dwellings. Travel the 1.4-mile (2.25-kilometre) hike beside petroglyphs and into ancient archaeological sites dating back to the Anasazi culture from AD 1150 to 1550. A short drive takes participants to adjacent modern-day pueblo communities to see native artisans and learn how their traditional crafts are practiced in a contemporary setting.

  • High Road Cultural Pilgrimage

    Take the back roads of northern New Mexico and visit traditional villages such as El Santuario de Chimayó, a significant holy place built in 1813 and thought to have healing powers. Meet local artists and gallery owners along the way and connect with the creative spirit, history, craftsmanship and folklore of the local communities. For a short distance, the journey leaves the paved road and follows the Embudo River drainage towards the Rio Grande and the picturesque farming village of Dixon. The return trip follows the Low Road, with short visits to ancient petroglyphs or the first Spanish capital of New Mexico, settled in 1598.

  • Sangre de Cristo High Mountain Ramble

    Drive from Rancho Encantado up Pacheco Canyon Road to the base of Ski Santa Fe at 10,350 feet (3,155 kilometres), through aspen groves, ponderosa pines, spruce and fir. From there, stroll by seasonal mountain streams, verdant meadows and views of distant peaks. Summer wild flowers carpet the mountainside from May through September, and autumn brings spectacular golden aspens.

  • Santa Fe – Maverick Artists Empowered by Tradition

    A tour of Santa Fe is a study of three cultures – Native American, Hispanic and Anglo. Underlying the diversity is a history of conflict, fierce independence and deep connection to the landscape. The region’s most notable artist, Georgia O’Keeffe, greatly informs the public’s perception of northern New Mexico’s art story. Explore the unique juxtaposition of Santa Fe versus Taos schools, abstract versus representational art, modern versus traditional techniques, and myriad themes helping to colour the vibrant art community of Santa Fe.

Full-Day Private Excursions

  • Abiquiu, Pedernal and the Faraway

    Journey to a landscape made famous by Georgia O’Keeffe’s abstract landscapes, with its dramatic colour palette of red rock, ash and ancient lava. Scenes of village life and religious ceremonial sites are windows into New Mexico’s expressive past. Travel along the Chama River to Ghost Ranch, O’Keeffe’s first residence in New Mexico, with views of Pedernal – her “private mountain.” The Faraway is O’Keeffe’s own name for the untouched, lonely and beautiful landscape she felt compelled to capture on her canvas.

  • Rio En Medio Hiking Tour to the Waterfall

    A classic Sangre de Cristo walk (easy to moderate), Rio En Medio is only a short 10-minute drive from the Resort. This trail wanders through a canyon supporting a wide variety of vegetation types – oak trees, chokecherries, wild hops, prickly-pear cactus, cholla cactus, rose bushes, ponderosa pines and even towering Douglas fir trees. Several creek crossings and a little scrambling leads to a shimmering cascade.

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