Activities

On the Santa Fe National Forest, the following trails are OPEN:

  • Mitchell Trail from Arizona Avenue to the Guaje Ridge Trail
  • Guaje Ridge Trail from the Mitchell Trail east to the Upper Guaje Road (Cemetery Road)
  • Cabra Loop
  • Rendija Canyon Trail
  • Pajarito Trail from the trailhead near the Sportsman's Club to Guaje Ridge
  • Perimeter Trail north of Los Alamos Canyon
  • Quemazon Trail
  • Pipeline Road from the trailhead in Quemazon Communities to Pipeline Road

On the Santa Fe National Forest, the following trails are CLOSED:

  • Mitchell Trail the Guaje Ridge Trail north to Guaje Canyon
  • Guaje Ridge Trail from the Mitchell Trail west to Pipeline Road
  • Guaje Canyon Trail
  • Pajarito Trail north of Guaje Ridge
  • Upper Guaje Road north of Guaje Ridge
  • Los Alamos Reservoir Road
  • Cañada Bonita Trail
  • Pipeline Road from the Quemazon Trail to the Cañada Bonita Trail
  • Pajarito Canyon Trail
  • Nail Trail
  • Cañon de Valle Trail
  • Water Canyon Trail
  • Perimeter Trail between Water Canyon and Pajarito Canyon
  • Forest Road 181

Also, the Devaney-Longmire Trail on Department of Energy land is closed in Los Alamos Canyon.

The canyons and mesas in and around Los Alamos are linked by a 58-mile network of trails. Hikers, runners, horseback riders, mountain bikers, and other trail users delight in the variety of trails from which to choose. The trails offer a quick escape from the hectic pace in the town, a route to commute to work, an easy stroll or a physical challenge, and a chance to observe wildlife or to soak in impressive views.

Parks In Los Alamos

Twelve developed public parks are located in Los Alamos and White Rock.

East Park (4 acres) Loma Linda Park (9 acres) Los Pueblos Park (2 acres, undeveloped) North Mesa Park (105 acres) Urban Park (9 acres) North Mesa Picnic Grounds (17 acres) Camp May (27 acres) Ashley Pond (10 acres) Barranca Western Area Park (4 acres) Mesa Park (6 acres) Overlook Park (156 acres) Rover Park (6 acres) Piñon Park (20 acres)

The Village of Jemez Springs

The Village of Jemez Springs is one of New Mexico's most enchanted destinations! Nestled between stunning red rock mesas (remnants of ancient lava flows over a million years old) the Village is named for its famous mineral hot springs. Fissures in the earth allow water near the surface to contact rock below that is heated by the magma underneath. The result is a relatively steady supply of natural mineral hot springs that bubble up throughout the Valley.

Jemez Springs is a great place to get away for the weekend, reconnect with nature and enjoy the healing mineral waters. The Valley runs from north of the Jemez Pueblo up through to the Valles Caldera preserve.

For those looking for more modern comforts there are many places to shop, dine and spend the night. The Jemez Valley is an easy hour's drive from either Albuquerque or Santa Fe. Only 45 minutes from Los Alamos. An estimated 2 million visitors pass through the Jemez Valley each year and it's been repeatedly reviewed by Sunset Magazine , the Santa Fe New Mexican , and the Albuquerque Journal .

High Altitude Sports

Running, Cycling, Swimming, Triathlon, Duathlon, Golf, Snow Sports and so much more!!!

 
Atomic City Tours by Buffalo Tours
P.O. Box 726
Los Alamos, NM 87544
505-662-3965
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Bandelier National Monument
15 Entrance Road
Los Alamos, NM 87544
505-672-3861
Fax: 505-672-9714
http://www.nps.gov/band
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Bandelier National Monument- Tsankawi Section
Los Alamos, NM 87544

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Beverly A Ramsey
Beverly Ramsey
principal
P O Box 4817
Los Alamos, NM 87544
505-690-3690
 
Buffalo Thunder Resort
Christi Windle
director of sales and marketing
20 Buffalo Thunder Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87506
505-819-2010
505-455-5555
http://www.santafebuffalothunder.hilton.com
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Hilton Santa Fe Golf Resort and Spa

Family YMCA
1450 Iris Street
Los Alamos, NM 87544
505-662-3100
Fax: 505-662-7505
http://www.laymca.org
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High Altitude Sports
800-444-0707
http://www.lahighaltitudesports.com/
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The Los Alamos area offers a wealth of options to cyclists, runners, swimmers, tri-athletes, du-athletes, hikers, skiers, skaters, golfers, team sport enthusiasts, and more. Events throughout the year provide competitive opportunities.


High Flyers Gymnastics
David Vosburgh
1631 Central
Box 1473
Los Alamos, NM 87544
505-500-5699
http://www.lahighflyers.com/Home.html
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Teaching boys and girls ages 3-14 gymnastics for recreation and for competition in the future.
Hiking Trails
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The canyons and mesas in and around Los Alamos are linked by a 58-mile network of trails. Hikers, runners, horseback riders, mountain bikers, and other trail users delight in the variety of trails from which to choose. The trails offer a quick escape from the hectic pace in the town, a route to commute to work, an easy stroll or a physical challege, and a chance to observe wildlife or to soak in impressive views.
 
Larry Walkup Aquatic Center
2760 Canyon Road
Los Alamos, NM 87544
505-662-8170
http://www.losalamosnm.us/rec/aquatic/
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Los Alamos Sportsmans Club
P.O. Box 953
Los Alamos, NM 87544
505-662-1484
http://www.la-sc.org
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Los Alamos Walking Tour

1921 Juniper Street
Los Alamos, NM 87544

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Pajarito Mountain Ski Area
397 Camp May Tr
PO Box 1436
Los Alamos, NM 87544
505-662-5725
Fax: 505-661-6379
http://www.skipajarito.com
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Parks in Los Alamos
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Descriptions and location of parks and playlots in Los Alamos and White Rock