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Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado

Santa Fe

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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.

  • Signature Complimentary Hike with Adventure Partners

    Adventure Partners will lead a complimentary, daily guided hike – Camino Encantado – open to all guests. Hike participants gather in the lobby to walk a short distance to the 1.2-mile (2-kilometre) Camino Encantado, a historic ridge trail on the north side of the property. Guests will enjoy views of the surrounding Sangre de Cristo and Jemez Mountains, Valles Caldera, and along the way stop to learn more about the history, flora and fauna of Rancho Encantado. The departure time of the hike varies, depending on the season.

Two-Hour Private Excursions

  • Camino Rancho Encantado

    This two-hour, private guided excursion through the hill country surrounding Rancho Encantado can be tailored from easy to moderate difficulty, with numerous trail options. Guests meet at the front entrance and proceed along the Resort’s ridge trail, where the colourful history of Rancho Encantado is explored. Take in spectacular views of famous northern New Mexico landmarks, including the Jemez Mountains, Valles Caldera, Sandia Peak and Pedernal – forever bound to the artistry of Georgia O’Keeffe. Rising above the trail are the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, ascending above the treeline in stark contrast to the adobe hills of the Rio Grande Valley.

Three-Hour Private Excursions

The following tours can also be scheduled as a half-day excursion with additional hiking, biking and interpretive options.

  • Downhill Mountain Bike Tour

    Start at the base of Ski Santa Fe (10,350 feet/3,155 metres) and end at the doorstep of Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado (6,942 feet/2,116 metres), traversing ever-changing ecosystems and incredible views along the way. Using full-suspension Santa Cruz mountain bikes, begin the adventure at a spectacular overlook and enjoy a winding descent through aspens and ponderosa pines.

  • 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.

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