Albuquerque Travel Guide

Albuquerque Sports & Activities

Albuquerque is blessed with an exceptional setting for outdoor sports, backed by a favorable, if sometimes unpredictable, climate. Biking and hiking are year-round activities here. Usually 10°F warmer than Santa Fe's, Albuquerque's winter days are often mild enough for most outdoor activities. The Sandias tempt you with challenging mountain adventures; the Rio Grande and its cottonwood forest, the Bosque, provide settings for additional outdoors pursuits.


If you've never been ballooning, you may picture a bumpy ride, where changes in altitude produce the queasy feeling you get in a tiny propeller...


Albuquerque Isotopes. The city hosts Triple A minor league baseball's Albuquerque Isotopes, the farm club of the major league Los Angeles...


University of New Mexico Lobos. It's hard to beat the excitement of home basketball games of the University of New Mexico Lobos, when 18,000...


With the creation of many lanes, trails, and dedicated bike paths (by 2013 an impressive 400 miles of designated bikeways were in place), Albuquerque...


The Rio Grande Valley, one of the continent's major flyways, attracts many migratory bird species. Open Space Visitor Center. Sandhill cranes...


Most of the better courses in the region—and there are some outstanding ones—are just outside town. The four courses operated by the city of...


Quiet Waters Paddling Adventures. The Rio at sunset (or just about any time) is best seen from a kayak or canoe and this reliable outfit offers...


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