Traveling out from the Plaza area along the Old Pecos Trail and the Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe’s Southeast area features a variety of lovely neighborhoods abutting the Sangre de Cristo foothills. The close-in Southeast area features Museum Hill, home to the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture and the Museum of International Folk art. The prestigious liberal arts college St. Johns, is also nearby. Just a bit further out you’ll find the master-planned community, Quail Run, home to townhomes and freestanding homes with a golf course, tennis courts, gym and restaurant. Santa Fe’s Southeast offers the perfect blend of just a bit of separation from the hustle and bustle of downtown but it’s also just a five-to-ten minute drive to town.
At 7,200 feet above sea level, Santa Fe enjoys all four seasons with summers that feel like you could be in the South of France, crisp falls and the magic of snow in the winter. And all under it’s famous bright blue skies.
The city receives an average of 26 inches of snow each year, making it a popular ski destination. With an average of 300-plus sunny days a year, Santa Fe’s climate is one of the many reasons people from around the world flock to the city.
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