Hiking & Outdoors
With the Sandia Mountains in our backyard and an outstanding year-round climate, it’s no wonder that Albuquerque is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife lovers.
On Albuquerque hiking trails you’ll find breathtaking views and fascinating geological formations. You may also discover fossils, petroglyphs, petrified wood or ancient ruins. With abundant New Mexico wildlife in the area, chances are that you’ll see roadrunners, deer, hawks or other woodland critters.
Arroyo Del Oso is located in the Bear Canyon Arroyo, 7001 Osuna Road NE, Albuquerque NM. It is 8.8 miles northeast from our hotel.
Golf Training Center is located in Balloon Fiesta Park, 9401 Balloon Museum Drive, NE, Albuquerque, NM. It is 12 miles north from our property.
Ladera Golf Course is located west of the Rio Grande River, 3401 Ladera Drive NW, Albuquerque, NM. It is 10 miles northwest from our hotel.
In and around the City, trails, bike routes, and paths provide the rider with both scenic and practical alternatives to motorized travel.
Sandia Peak Ski and Tramway
Just minutes from the heart of Albuquerque, the world’s longest aerial tramway lifts you to the breathtaking top of Sandia Peak, in the beautiful Cibola National Forest. Sandia Peak Ski Area offers 30 trails serviced by four chairlifts, a surface lift and a children’s mighty mite.
Jerry Cline Tennis Complex: 7205 Constitution Av NE, Albuquerque: 7.7 miles northeast from the property. Sierra Vista West Tennis Complex: 11.7 miles northwest from the hotel.
Albuquerque is the home to many Native American casinos.