Santa Fe County, New Mexico, recently announced the launch of the Santa Fe County Experience app to exhibit the many sites and businesses found in the county through different itineraries. Visitors and locals using the app can easily plan trips in the county and explore both well-known and hidden features found in Santa Fe County.
“We know that visitors are looking for immersive, authentic experiences, and Santa Fe County is the place to dive in to culture, history, and adventures for all ages,” said Joseph Montoya, Community Development department director. “We welcome all to explore our enchanting landscapes and natural wonders, as well as stop in to our incredible local businesses and find out what makes Santa Fe County so unique. Whether you’re looking to taste local flavors on a foodie tour, explore acclaimed art in all mediums, rejuvenate with a spa day, or get back to nature, you’ll find it all in Santa Fe County —and you’ll be able to plan your visit with ease with the use of our new app.”
The itineraries available on the app cater to all interests, from history to art to food. Available on both the Apple App Store and Google Play, the new app features national parks, monuments and historic landmarks, as well as local boutiques, galleries, spas and more.
Some of its exciting daytrips include the Ale & Spirits Trail, Pathways Through Paradise, A Feast of Elevated Flavors, Local Favorite Trails to Hike and Bike and Parks & Monuments. Visitors and locals can also explore lesser-known sites such as Wild West mining towns and trails for hiking and biking.
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