119 Route 66 East
Moriarty, NM 87035
Phone: (505) 832-6666
Fax: (505) 832-1282
119 Route 66 East, Moriarty, NM, US, 87035
- Phone: (505) 832-6666
- Fax: (505) 832-1282
Ken Dye designed this world class course featuring a forested, 6,500 foot elevation and spectacular views of the Sandia Mountains, the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Santa Fe. This is a new, award-winning course presenting challenges to the most experienced linkster yet also enjoyed by the less competitive player. Five sets of tees are available for all levels of skill. A complete, full service Pro-Shop and restaurant are available too.
This mature golf course is part of an established, private country club. The fairways and greens are lined and protected by hardwood and pine trees. The 18-hole, par 72 course plays 6,722 yards. The pro shop is fully-equipped and staffed by a certified PGA professional. A restaurant and lounge are on site to fuel up for a round, or relax over a drink and rehash your great shots. Call ahead to know more about initiation and monthly fees.
On the northwest corner of Tramway & Indian School Road, you will discover a whole world of fun and games with something for young and old kids of all ages. Hinkle Family Fun Center is a clean, modern and well-maintained facility featuring bumper boats and bumper cars. The amusement games and kiddy karts are a crowd pleaser and so is the miniature golf course. If you are feeling sporty, try your hand at Laser Tag and have some laughs with that game of agility and coordination. Group discounts and packages are offered to private and company parties and an ice cream parlor sells goodies and beverages.
Located near the North Valley, the Elena Gallegos Picnic Area sets out fine example of outdoor activities and sports which are been volunteered by the community. This area is highly popular among locals especially youngsters for the adventure sports options it offers.
This tramway lifts you from the Sandia foothills through five natural life zones to the top of the Sandia Mountains, more than 10,000 feet above sea level. Time and terrain seem to move in harmony as passengers scout the rugged canyons and lush forests for bighorn sheep and deer. The tram docks alongside the High Finance Restaurant. This is a must see. With 2.7 miles of sky-view travel, be sure to visit this spot while in Albuquerque.
Just 17 minutes from Albuquerque via the Sandia Peak Tramway, this popular full-service alpine ski area boasts 30 trails. Ski season begins on Thanksgiving weekend and usually ends the first of April. The ski area is ideal for the mid-level skier. Sandia welcomes snowboarders and telemark skiers and boasts competitive rates. Ski classes are available as well as ski equipment rentals and demos.
This City of Albuquerque-managed pool is 25 meters long and also features an outdoor wading pool. Admission prices are very competitive, especially on Friday evenings, which are 25-cent night. A "Water Exercise" class, in which an instructor leads the group, is offered for a low cost Monday through Friday. "Low Impact", a water exercise class for seniors, is offered Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Under-10's will not be admitted to the facility without an accompanying adult, while under-5's must have an adult with them in the water at all times. – Pip Lustgarten
Located within the famous Los Altos Park, the Albuquerque Garden Center is a non-profitable, one of its kinds horticultural libraries which conducts numerous events and workshops for Albuquerque residents.
See a beautiful view of the Sandia Mountains on a great golf course complete with practice facilities and a restaurant. A par three, nine-hole executive course is on site if your schedule is tight. Need a few pointers to improve your swing, putt or chip shot? Then speak with one of the Professional Golf Association instructors on-site.
The Jerry Cline Tennis Complex provides two useful options for those who do not have a tennis partner. You can come alone and rent a ball machine, priced per hour. Or you can attend one of the many drop-in doubles sessions. Lessons are also an option—though not offered year-round—and are priced extraordinarily cheaply, as is court rental. The only drawback of the Jerry Cline Complex is its proximity to the interstate: traffic roars past continually, so those in search of a quieter place to play should take a look at the city's website for details about the 33 additional courts around town. - Pip Lustgarten
Broken Saddle Riding Company is one of the most popular destinations for horseback riding in Santa Fe. There are horses for every skill level here and the horseback guides ensure an enjoyable experience for all. These guides are well-versed in the history of the region, allowing you to learn along your journey.
Wilson is one of several public pools managed by the City of Albuquerque. An outdoor facility, it is open during school summer vacations only. Although the pool, measuring 25 yards long, is adequate for laps, there are no dedicated lap swim hours. You are therefore likely to find yourself crowded in with local kids seeking to beat the Albuquerque heat, so Wilson is probably better for a family excursion than for serious exercise. On Sundays, admission is free of charge for children under 18 years of age. The pool is surrounded by attractive grassy areas on which to lounge and work on your tan. - Pip Lustgarten