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Mission Critical

One year after a fatal helicopter crash, police and rescue workers remain at odds

Features For a moment, it looked like there was a way out. In the cockpit of the New Mexico State Police helicopter, sitting idle on a mountain ridge in the Pecos Wilderness northeast of Santa Fe, Sgt. Andrew Tingwall...

Wednesday, June 9, 2010 Justin Nyberg

Weekend Wars

What happens when couples play different games?

Love & Sex It’s not always easy. Some couples have interests that are mutually exclusive—she gets up early to train for triathlons; he likes hitting the bars until last call. He lives to hike to backcountry la...

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 Justin Nyberg

Heaven Is a Lonely Place

And hard to get to—that’s the point for backcountry skiers

Winter Guide In 1984, Mark Mortier and a few friends crossed over the top of Santa Fe’s Lake Peak in flimsy leather ski boots, with skinny, 7-foot-long telemark skis thrown over their shoulders. They clipped at the to...

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Justin Nyberg

You Can Take the Heat

One good day in the kitchen and your summer will taste a whole lot better

Summer Guide Wherein Chef Johnny Vee teaches a sad bachelor how to cook. And how to date.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009 Justin Nyberg

Out In The Cold

Build a snow cave for a night in an outdoor icy cage

Winter Guide Winter camping is not most people’s idea of a good time. It’s cold. There are no s’mores. You’re lucky if you can dig up enough sticks and tinder out of the snow to start a fire, and you...

Wednesday, November 19, 2008 Justin Nyberg

The Company of the Long Distance Runner

For runners, autumn is race season around Santa Fe

Fall Guide Running doesn’t have to be a competitive sport. There’s no reason why, at 7 am on a warm Saturday morning, I couldn’t be running as hard as possible up the La Luz Trail in the Sandia Mountains...

Wednesday, September 10, 2008 Justin Nyberg


Buckman: Not for the casual spelunkeR

Summer Guide Even if you’ve climbed every route around Santa Fe, banked every turn on the trails at La Tierra and know the entire crew at Sangre de Cristo Mountain Works by their nicknames, you may not have

Wednesday, June 18, 2008 Justin Nyberg