Expert Travel Advice to New Mexico

Top Answers To New Mexico Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    This being a desert region, lush green golf courses are probably not the first things that spring to mind. However, according to the New Mexico Tourism Department, there are over 70 courses, both public and private. You can find more info about where to play at: http://www.newmexico.org/play/golf/index.php
  • Anonymous user answered:
    What about four-star Bishop's Lodge, an excellent destination-resort option that gives you access to loads of family-friendly activities in the scenic Sangre de Cristo foothills just outside of Santa Fe (http://vacation.away.com/hotels/travel-ld-cid4322-santa-fe-hotelid31950-bishops-lodge-resort-and-spa-hotel.html). Alternatively, if this looks a little pricey, try for something more affordable in downtown Santa Fe and hit some of the trails in places like Hyde Memorial State Park or Nambe Pueblo (http://www.nambefalls.com/aboutnambe.htm). All the fresh air, plus wildlife, in these two parks are sure to tire the kids out (in a good way!).
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Hard one to answer, as that really depends on where you are in the state. Higher elevation spots (ie, mountain regions) can get very cold with lots of snow; lower elevation desert regions will be hotter, with temps in the 50s, 60s, or even 70s. Albuquerque sees average daytime temps in the mid 50s, lows just below freezing.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    New Mexico Tourism's website is a reliable resource and you can request a guide from them here: http://newmexico.org/guide/index.php

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