Category Archives: New Mexico

There’s a storm coming.

There’s been a spate of stiflingly hot days in Santa Fe. It was a 103°F (33°C) last week – which is saying something, considering the city lies at a lofty 7000ft (2100m) in altitude. Fires have closed down the Hemys, the …

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Sage’s first campout.

Despite the diminutive nature of this adventure, it’s earned itself a full report – not least because it was Sage’s first night under tarp, and thus deserves celebration!

The milestone of Nancy’s 30th birthday demanded due attention too, so we …

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Sunbleached: S240 in the Carson National Forest, NM.

S24O: Sub 24 hour overnight…

Speckled about the Carson National Forest like rough gems, are some of the earliest Spanish settlements in northern New Mexico – including that of El Rito, where our overnight bikepack began.

Like many other …

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