Abiquiu is situated to be the northern outpost of exploration, explaining why this small town is so rich in history and art. The Great Outdoors surrounding Abiquiu can fill several weeks of adventures from hiking ancient trails, horseback riding through red rock canyons, rafting the Chama River, or boating on the surrounding lakes. Pack your gear and start exploring!
BOATING & SWIMMING
HIKING & ABIQUIU NATURE
Employ your bipedal form of motion and travel at the speed of human. Traverse ancient trails & historic routes, explore the set of several western movies at Ghost Ranch, stroll along the river and marvel at the surreal landscapes of the valley. Get out and explore!
Join FAR FLUNG ADVENTURES on the Rio Chama, America’s Newest Wild and Scenic River. Float 10 miles of the Rio Chama River, beginning near the tranquil setting of the Christ in the Desert Monastery and ending at the head of Abiquiu Reservoir.
Abiquiu Lake can be excellent for Walleye, Small Mouth Bass, Rainbow and Brown Trout. Fish the Rio Chama for trout above the lake or below the Dam.
Several Hunt areas are located in the national forests around Abiquiu Inn.