- Our list of the best things to do in Embudo, New Mexico, features the top 25 nearby activities — including 16 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Embudo, NM has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, Outdoor Places, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Embudo, NM , followed by 23 popular activities in nearby cities, including Abiquiu, Taos, Chimayo, Dixon, Espanola, Ranchos De Taos and Santa Fe
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P.O. Box 2, Taos Ski Valley, NM MoreLess Info
Different types of tours are conducted through A.A. Taos Ski Valley Wilderness Adventures. Guests are able to take family oriented horseback riding tours or snowmobile tours depending on the season.
Dedicated to veterans of the Vietnam War, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was originally known as the Vietnam Veterans Peace and Brotherhood Chapel. The memorial also features a Visitors Center to act as a place for reunions, healing, reflections, and sharing of experiences.
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Museum Hill, 715 Camino Lejo - off Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87505 MoreLess Info
The Santa Fe Botanical Garden is more than 14 acres and includes many desert plants and other non-native plants. There are dry and meadow gardens, fruit orchards, courtyards and a bicycle trail.
Avid hikers and mountain bikers are sure to enjoy Goose Lake Trail and its challenging route up through the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range. The stunning views can also be reached by ATV or Jeep, but however you arrive, you will be glad you did.
There are both summer and winter activities at the Columbine Trail for those who wish to experience the scenery and local nature. The summer months support hiking and horseback riding while the winter months offer snowshoeing and cross country skiing.
Experience 18th-century ranch life when you visit El Rancho de las Golondrinas, in Santa Fe. Guides are dressed in period clothing as guests explore the living history museum dedicated to promoting the heritage of early New Mexico settlers.