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Guided Trips: New Mexico > Carson National Forest

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New Mexico Multi-Sport Tour

Tour Operator:
Age Limit: None . Children 10 years and older are welcome on most tours. Call to discuss suitability.
Bicycle Rentals: Yes $95
Difficulty: Moderately Easy with Moderate options.
Fully Guided: Yes
Gateway City: Albuquerque, NM
Length of Trip: 6 days/5 nights
Maximum Guest Capacity: 13
Meals Provided: Yes 3 per day
Meeting Place: Santa Fe, NM
Minimum Guest Capacity: 4
Price: $2198 Single Supplement: $625
Reservation Contact: 1-800-488-8483
State: New Mexico
Support Vans: Yes




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General Description

The World Outdoors, New Mexico Multisport Tour
Copyright: The World Outdoors
The World Outdoors, New Mexico Multisport Tour
The following tour is offered by The World Outdoors. For more information, please visit TheWorldOutdoors.com, call 800-488-8483 or e-mail us.

2008 Dates: September 7-12

Activities: Hike (2 1/2 days), bike (2 days), raft (1/2 to 1 day) and horseback (optional 1/2 day).

Trip Itinerary: Hike, Bike and Raft in the Land of Enchantment. New Mexico is a spectacularly beautiful land of contrasts, from its crimson-hued mesas and snowcapped peaks to its vibrant blend of cultures and fine galleries. Hike through an unspoiled wilderness of alpine meadows and cycle forgotten backroads. Raft colorful canyons and explore ancient cliff dwellings. Add distinctive cuisine and a selection of charming inns and you have the ultimate Southwest adventure!

Days 1-2 Santa Fe-Tent Rocks-Bandelier. Start the day with a hike through the unusual volcanic deposits at Kasha- Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument before sampling regional cuisine at an acclaimed southwestern restaurant in Santa Fe. Then starting in the designated wilderness area of Burnt Mesa, we drop into Frijoles Canyon to end our hike at the heart of an ancient Anasazi civilization in Bandelier National Monument.

Days 3-4 Taos-Rio Grande. Accompanied by our guest naturalist, we cycle through Carson National Forest and on to Taos. Fascinating stories of the area's past are sure to spark your imagination. Then choose between a half-day of rafting on a class III section of the Rio Grande or a full day on the renowned Taos Box. Or you can simply relax and explore Taos' galleries and the ancient Taos Pueblo.

Days 5-6 Wild Rivers Scenic Area-Sangre de Cristo Mountains-Santa Fe. A nearly pedal-free descent through Carson National Forest carries us to the brink of the 600-foot- deep Rio Grande gorge. An alpine hike up Long Canyon with breathtaking views of 13,161' Mt. Wheeler, New Mexico's highest, provides a stunning finale to our southwestern adventure.

Inn Highlights: Just a few blocks from Santa Fe's historic plaza, pamper yourself with a massage and enjoy your room's handmade furniture and local artwork at the Inn on the Alameda. Casa Escondida, our bed & breakfast in Chimayo, was built in the "Spanish colonial adobe style" of northern New Mexico. Kiva fireplaces, wooden tongue & groove ceilings, saltillo tile floors and wooden vigas all add to its warmth and rustic charm. Casa Benavides B&B, featuring adobe construction with viga ceilings, wood burning fireplaces, and extensive colorful gardens, is located just two blocks from the historic Taos Plaza.

"For greatness of beauty I have never experienced anything like New Mexico." ­ D.H. Lawrence



Fee Information
Type Price Remarks
2008 Price per Person Call for Current Fee Single Supplement: $625.



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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Guided Touring New Mexico Multi-Sport Tour
Yes
ICON Hiking & Walking 2 1/2 days of hiking
Yes
ICON Horseback Riding 1/2 day of horseback riding
Yes
ICON Mountain Biking 2 days of mountain biking
Yes
ICON Rafting 1/2 day of rafting
Yes



Related Activities
New Mexico Hiker Tour - Offered by The World Outdoors. New Mexico's special appeal is most intensely felt when hiking its mountains and sculptured canyons, illuminated by radiant sunlight



More Information

Visitor Information:

Carson National Forest, 208 Cruz Alta Road, P.O. Box 558 , Taos, NM, 87571, Phone: 505-758-6200

Links to other sites:
The World Outdoors - The World Outdoors Website

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