Mountain Biking in Albuquerque


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  • NMX
    According to the research of non-profit organization NMX, 90% of kids want to try extreme sports. But how many actually get the opportunity? Just 20%. The expenses and time associated with sports such as skiing, snowboarding, and skateboarding mean many kids never get a shot at the slopes or half-pipes, but NXM seeks to change that. Through getaways and retreats, workshops, fundraising 5Ks, and other organized events, the 501c(3) opens the heart-racing world of extreme sports up to brave youngsters with a variety of backgrounds.
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    508 First St. NW
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Adoption Exchange G17
    The Adoption Exchange helps children who have suffered from abuse and neglect find permanent families. The organization works with caseworkers and foster homes across the Rocky Mountain region. Since its inception in 1983, it has placed more than 7,300 children in adoptive homes. It also maintains a library of training materials and offers referrals for post-adoption respite care and support groups.
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    2920 Carlisle Boulevard Northeast
    Albuquerque, NM US
  • Santa Fe Yoga Festival
    If modern-day yogis are correct and the path to true bliss is really through yoga, music, and friends, then the second annual Santa Fe Yoga Festival should be a multi-day paradise. In August, the yogi-founded festival will unpack in Sante Fe for four days of transformational yoga classes, daily meditations, hikes, and farm-to-table dinners. When they're not locked into poses, attendees will have the chance to learn from more than 35 world-class teachers, jam to live musical acts, and participate in various family-friendly activities, including rock climbing and mountain bike yoga.
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    1297 Bishops Lodge Rd.
    Santa Fe, NM US
  • Red River Ski Area
    The National Post argues that the ?true highlight? of the Red River Ski & Summer Area is the old mining town it?s situated in: ?No matter where you are on the main strip,? the review says, ?you?re never more than 1,200 ft away from a ski lift.? The ski area pays tribute to the town?s heritage with a replica of a gold mining camp that you can glide through during your descent down the mountain. Red River?s three terrain parks and 57 trails of varying difficulty, including an expert-level glade trail, slice through the Carson National Forest, a peaceful spot located in the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Nonskiers can enjoy a cozy mountain experience as they take in the views from the Snow Coach Dinner Tour (reservation required).
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    400 Pioneer Rd.
    Red River, NM US
  • Taos Ski Valley
    A premier resort with 113 trails and a peak elevation of 12,481 feet, Taos Ski Valley was conceived at an even higher elevation: in the sky above the New Mexico peaks. While flying his Cessna 170 from Santa Fe Ski Basin to a Southern Colorado resort where he worked, Ernie Blake would scour the peaks for an area that could suit his dream of opening his own ski resort. He eventually found the right spot—a snow basin so perfectly formed that he at first thought it was an "optical illusion," he reported in Ski Pioneers—and, in 1955, he and his family began grooming the terrain that would eventually become a world-class resort. With a base elevation of 9,207 feet, the resort makes it difficult for storm systems to pass by without dumping some fresh powder. The mountain records an annual snowfall of 305 inches without sacrificing consistently navigable conditions; the sun shines on the slopes more than 300 days each year. The slopes present skiable terrain for all levels, though they skew towards more experienced skiers, comprising 50% expert-level terrain and 50% suitable for beginners and intermediates. In the summer, the melting snow gives way to a new landscape for outdoor recreation. The same slopes host heart-stopping mountain bike races, serviced by the lifts, as well as a disc-golf course. Scenic chairlift rides take guests gliding to the top of the mountain, where they can enjoy views of Wheeler Peak, West Basin Ridge, and the colorful blotches of wildflowers. Picnic tables await at the summit, providing a venue for alfresco dining or practicing Bigfoot calls.
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    116 Sutton Place
    Taos Ski Valley, NM US
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