Explore the

Land of Enchantment 


 Join Threshold Expeditions in the Land of Enchantment for an adventure filled with beautiful landscapes, amazing food, culture and inspiration. New Mexico has been inspiring people for years, perhaps most notably is artist Georgia O’Keeffe. The high-desert beauty is unrivaled and the welcoming culture is as refreshing as the crisp blue New Mexican sky. 

Our journey together takes us to Taos, Ghost Ranch and then returns to Santa Fe with two nights in the award winning Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado. Look forward to glorious sunsets and the play of light across the desert landscapes, watching the stars in one of the places most dear to Georgia O’Keeffe at the famous Ghost Ranch, the rustic charm and mountains of Taos, New Mexico, and food and community that will leave you dreaming of your next trip. 


Ghost Ranch: One of two homes of Georgia O'Keeffe in northern New Mexico. Also, served as her studio and the subject of many of her paintings. Now a retreat and education center located near the village of Abiquiú in north-central NM. comprised of 21,000 acres

Plaza Blanca: Located in Abiquiú NM white sandstone cliffs made famous by a series of paintings by Georgia O'Keefe, also served as the backdrop of many movies.

The O'Keeffe Welcome Center:  A historic house museum in Abiquiú, New Mexico. From 1943 until her death, it was the principal residence and studio of artist Georgia O'Keeffe. It is now part of the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, which has sites in Santa Fe and Abiquiú.

Echo Amphitheater: A natural amphitheater located in the Carson National Forest in northern New Mexico, United States. It is about 4 mi north-northwest of the Ghost Ranch.

Abiquiu Lake: A reservoir where water of the Rio Chama is impounded by the earth-filled Abiquiu Dam, 1,800 feet long and 340 feet high, completed in 1963 and raised in 1986.

Rio Grande Gorge Bridge: The second-highest bridge on the U.S. Highway System and fifth highest in the US. 650 feet (200 m) above the Rio Grande, span is 1,280 feet; two 300-foot-long approach spans; 600-foot-long main center span.

Palace of the Governors: An adobe structure located in the Historic District of Santa Fe Served as the seat of government for centuries and oldest continuously occupied public building in the US.

Cathedral Basilica Of Saint Francis Of Assisi: Built between 1869 and 1886 and designed in the French Romanesque Revival style, yet one of Santa Fe's most celebrated landmarks.

Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument: A geologic wonder, full of towering cone-shaped tent rock formations formed after volcanic eruptions took place six to seven million years ago.

Some Notable Museums Include:

$ 4,500 + tax

Trip Overview

Big Views, Mountain Running in Landscapes that inspire.

Running guides include: Liza Howard and Stephanie Howe


September 17-21, 2021

Our trip starts and ends in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

5 days/ 4nights, active journey exploring local flavor, art and inspiring landscapes in and around culturally rich Santa Fe, NM.

Lodging is a blend of luxury and casual including stays at the iconic Ghost Ranch, The Blake in Taos with the last two nights at the Award winning Four Seasons Resort Rancho Encantado, Santa Fe, NM.

Daily runs average from 6-15 mi.; customization available on request and training needs; all levels welcomed.

$3995+ NM tax

A deposit secures your spot



  • Single Occupancy Private Room *contact us if interested in sharing room with partner/friend/spouse

  • 4 Lunches

  • 4 Breakfast

  • 4 Dinner

  • Daily Snacks

  • Luggage transfer and housekeeping gratuities included

  • Transfer at end of trip to downtown Santa Fe/SAF airport 

  • Routes and itinerary are subject to change


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This trip is part of the Threshold Expeditions Inspiration and Culture Series. These adventures are for the traveler who wants to enjoy the best in running and culture a place has to offer. Our days will be filled with good running efforts, visits to culturally significant places, the arts and destination restaurants.