Adobe huts. Turquoise bracelets. Coyote gewgaws. Fiesta skirts. “Santa Fe style” takes many forms. No wonder then that every year more than a million people hit the Santa Fe Trail, making the city of 67,000 one of America’s most popular tourist destinations.

But when to go? The stream of visitors drawn by the vibrant arts scene (250 galleries and counting), a world-famous opera company, and a confluence of Spanish, Anglo, and Native American cultures, runs virtually nonstop. Even winter — which at 7,000 feet up can be pretty harsh — brings throngs of skiers to the slopes just northeast of town.

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