SouthWest WindSports

Cochiti Lake, Albuquerque, NM 87041 Directions
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The sun dances on the placid surface of the Rio Grande river, the wind carving peaks and valleys in the cerulean fabric of the water. A windsurfing board suddenly tears across this calm waterway, propelled by the wind and the shouts of jubilant windsurfers nearby. Obscure terminology and sailing theory soon fade into the background as students fly across the river during a windsurfing lesson, in which instructors provide encouragement and advice. When not chasing sandwich-stealing mermaids, instructors lead lessons in the slower-paced methods of standup paddle boarding, taking newcomers through intro classes on the Rio Grande and the more experienced on half-day excursions on Cochiti Lake.

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Albuquerque, with its small town feel and big city amenities, takes pride in the Aztec heritage of the area, which is evident in the annual festivals, local cuisine, and museums. This Albuquerque guide shows that there are many things to do from soaking in the year-round sunshine and natural wonders to savoring a plate of green chile enchiladas at one of the many restaurants serving New Mexican food.

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Other must-sees on the list of things to do in Albuquerque include visiting the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, which demonstrates traditional Native American dances and rituals and displays relics from the 19 pueblos of New Mexico. The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology also archives and displays ancient items that were found where the city now stands.

World-class New Mexican cuisine and American fare can be found in the many restaurants across the city. ABQ Brew Pub offers microbrews in addition to a menu that uses fresh, local produce. El Patio de Albuquerque, famous for its authentic, made-from-scratch New Mexican dishes, serves up carne adovada and caldillo made with local chiles. If you are in the mood for comfort food, another item on the list of Albuquerque things to do is to visit the 66 Diner. Named after the famed Route 66, this eatery serves burgers, fries, and diner delights in a 1950s-inspired setting.

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