The Reel Life - A great full-service fishing shop in Santa Fe's Sanbusco Center, offers a full line of fishing gear, up to date information on New Mexico's waters, as well as fine fishing guide services and fishing trips.
Fly Fishing Guides
Cimarroncita offers fly fishing guide service and is affiliated with other guiding services which may provide guides who accompany lodging guests of CImarroncita with advance arrangements, including Toner Mitchell and the guides of The Reel Life, Doc Thompson and guides of High Country Anglers, and Noah Parker and guides of the Land of Enchantment Guide Service.
Toner Mitchell - Fly fishing guide Toner Mitchell and others of The Reel Life.
Nancy Burch of Roadrunner Tours Stables in Angel Fire provides horseback trail rides for our Cimarroncita guests with a minimum of four riders. If your group has less than four riders, plan to ride with Nancy on her trails in the Carson National Forest near Angel Fire. Experience the stunning Southern Rocky Mountain scenery in a very special way with Nancy and Roadrunner Tours.
Santa Fe based Tour Operator Patrizia Antonicelli offers unique custom cultural tours of Santa Fe, New Mexico and the Southwest -- educationally based and meticulously managed with low environmental and cultural impact. The art, music, traditions, spirituality and fascinations of the Southwest come alive with the unique custom Seven Directions tours. Patrizia collaborates with Cimarroncita in our "Heart of the West" Tour.
A classic of Southwestern charm and the quintessential New Mexico inn, The Taos Inn is a central player in the history of tourism in northern New Mexico. One of the first hotels in Taos, the Taos Inn is the heartbeat at the heart of town, featuring the fine menus of the Doc Martin Restaurant and Adobe Bar. Don't miss it!
Photographer Daryl Black has a "passion for the image" whether an expansive landscape, a micro detail of a vast desert, wildlife, plants, or people. She captures the spirit and fun of festivities and offers special wedding photography. Daryl has offered photography workshops at Cimarroncita and is available to guide Cimarroncita lodging guests on photography expeditions at Cimarroncita.
Photographer Steve Immel finds the compelling graphic in every shoot. With his portraits of the land and its people, he captures both the essence of the subject and the photographic expression which best suits it. Steve has offered photography workshops at Cimarroncita and is available to guide Cimarroncita guests on photography expeditions at Cimarroncita.
Photographer Dana Waldon - Headquartered in Santa Fe, Dana travels New Mexico capturing compelling portraits of the state and its people, finding unique iconographic images and documenting private and public events and festivities. A friend of Cimarroncita, several of Dana's images are among the photographs on the Cimarroncita website.
Tom Miller's L.A. Times article on Stuart Udall. Cimarroncita's conservation values come from decades of involvement with the teachings of America's finest conservationists, including the legendary Stuart Udall. Writer Tom Miller has been writing about the American Southwest for more than 30 years with many books and articles to his credit. His article on Stewart Udall, written for the L.A. Times a few years before Udall's passing in 2010, is as fine a piece as you will find about the grand American convervationist. Check it out on Tom's website, scroll down to his listing of featured articles and click on topic: Stuart Udall.
United States Bureau of Land Management Lands in New Mexico Cimarroncita's private conservation preserve is within the Taos Field Office region of the BLM Lands in New Mexico, offering our loding guests headquartered at Cimarronita a diverse range of recreation opportunities on day trips througout the region.
Carson National Forest One of five National Forests in New Mexcio, the Carson covers 1.5 million acres. Cimarroncita is located just south and east of the National Forest which offers vast opportunities for day trip recreation for guests headquartered at Cimarroncita.