Los Alamos invites you to explore it's city and surrounding areas. You’ll find an active science & technology rich area surrounded by pristine natural beauty and abundant recreation. Los Alamos County boasts 58 miles of pedestrian/bicycle/equestrian trails through town and connecting to hundreds of miles of cross-country trails in the surrounding Santa Fe National Forest. Trails west and north of townsite were damaged severely by tree falls and erosion after the catastrophic Cerro Grande forest fire in 2000, but thanks to the hard work of many volunteers, trail damage has been repaired.
Being easily walkable and waiting to be discovered, Los Alamos offers shopping, dining, arts and visitor attractions within steps of hotels and inns. Nearby to the south are Pueblo dwelling ruins at Bandelier National Monument and to the east the Valles Caldera National Preserve.
Take a moment to view the links below for many of the Los Alamos and surrounding attractions.