The Los Alamos area offers a wealth of options to cyclists, runners, swimmers, tri-athletes, du-athletes, hikers, skiers, skaters, golfers, team sport enthusiasts, and more. Events throughout the year provide competitive opportunities.
The canyons and mesas in and around Los Alamos are linked by a 58-mile network of trails. Hikers, runners, horseback riders, mountain bikers, and other trail users delight in the variety of trails from which to choose. The trails offer a quick escape from the hectic pace in the town, a route to commute to work, an easy stroll or a physical challege, and a chance to observe wildlife or to soak in impressive views.
Land of Enchantment Guides offers guided fly fishing throughout Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. Day trips and multi-day fishing packages on both public and private water. All flies, gear and equipment are supplied at no additional cost. Please check our website or call us for more information. ORVIS endorsed.
The Aquatomics, one of the oldest USA Swimming Teams in New Mexico, promotes both Age-Group (USA Swimming) and Masters (USMS) swimming. Formed in 1963, LAA is a cooperative non-profit organization run by a volunteer board employing a professional coaching staff. We welcome swimmers of all ages and abilities to join our team. The current membership is strong and our team spirit is fantastic!
The Los Alamos Duplicate Bridge Club runs sanctioned duplicate and homestyle (party) bridge games weekly at both the Betty Ehart Senior Center and the White Rock Senior Center. Games are open to the public.