Category Archives: New Mexico

Adventure Meets Culture Meets History in the Land of Enchantment

Venture into some of the most pristine backcountry in the United States while experiencing a rich cultural heritage and thousands of years of human history. From cliff dwellings and petroglyphs to caverns and mineral hot springs, you’ll find some of the best access to outdoor recreation in North America interwoven with some of the continent’s […]

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Taos Ski Valley, Already B Corp Certified, Is Now Carbon Neutral

Taos Ski Valley announced today that it has achieved a CarbonNeutral Certification from Climate Impact Partners. Taos, already the world’s first and only B Corp-certified ski resort, is now the first in the industry to achieve the certification. This milestone follows years of sustainability work and close to $100 million invested in reducing on-mountain energy […]

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For the Second Year in a Row, this New Mexico Ski Area Won’t Open

Citing an expected La Niña winter and employment issues, Sandia Peak Ski Area announced that it won’t open for the 2022-2023 season, making this the second season in a row that the small ski area just east of Albuquerque won’t spin. General manager Ben Abruzzo told OBJ that even though ski operations would not commence […]

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Where Outside’s Editors Traveled This Summer

This was the summer we all longed to get back out there, despite skyrocketing gas prices and long flight delays. From close-to-home adventures to far-flung explorations, here’s where some Outside editors traveled this season, their secret finds, and the gear that made their trips all that much better. Alpenglow Expeditions’ Loophole route is one of […]

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