Welcome to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Let’s take a walk around its old historic streets. We usually take a guided walking tour ourselves but we only had a half day or so in this historic city in the Southwest.

The Santa Fe Virtual Treadmill Walk:

Historic walks of Santa Fe, NM City Walks –  Your New Way to Enjoy Your Cardio

I hope you enjoy this crisp cold winter walking tour of Santa Fe, New Mexico. I’ve been wanting to visit New Mexico for a long time. I did some filming in Bosque Del Apache Reserve several years ago during the crane and waterfall migration and had a blast filming. I wanted to see the cities though such as Santa Fe and Taos. Santa Fe seems much smaller than it is but so charming. I’d like to go back in the spring or fall. Such a beautiful and historic city. The treadmill Scenery starts at the town square with its restaurants and hotels and many shops, and spirals around out past the capital building and beyond. We get to see a bunch of historic old buildings and neighborhoods. as well as more museums and galleries. We don’t see many other people because it is cold and the off season but I still really enjoyed filming and sharing this walk. I hope you enjoy watching it. Keep on Steppin’ -H

Santa Fe New Mexico building frontage on main plaza on our city walk live
I love the old architecture of historic Santa Fe

Santa Fe is the capital of the U.S. state of New Mexico. The name “Santa Fe” means ‘Holy Faith’ in Spanish, and the city’s full name as founded remains La Villa Real de la Santa Fé de San Francisco de Asís (‘The Royal Town of the Holy Faith of Saint Francis of Assisi’).

With a population of 87,505 at the 2020 census, it is the fourth-largest city in New Mexico. It is also the county seat of Santa Fe County. Human settlement dates back thousands of years in the region. The placita was founded in 1610 as the capital of Nuevo México. It replaced the previous capital, San Juan de los Caballeros, near modern Española, which makes it the oldest state capital in the United States. It is also at the highest altitude of any of the U.S. state capitals, with an elevation of 7,199 feet (2,194 m).

Adobe Building in Santa Fe, New Mexico
So many cool old buildings in the oldest settlement in North America

Enjoy the other New Mexico Walking Tours I filmed on this trip:

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