Albuquerque, New Mexico
turtix/shutterstock With 310 days of sunshine a year, it’s no wonder Albuquerque is a hotbed of outdoor activities—among them some innovative culinary-and-fitness fusion programs. While you’re probably familiar with its desert climate and candy-colored sunsets, what you might not realize is that Albuquerque also has a number of small vineyards, including Casa Rondeña, which hosts a weekly pilates and wine class. And the best way to start Sunday Funday? YogaRitas (yoga + margaritas) in the park at El Pinto. Every Sunday, Sydney Fontaine Forestal leads a donation-based, free-flowing yoga class. You can even order margaritas straight to your mat! Looking to get away? Spend a night or two at Los Poblanos, a historic inn and organic farm that grows heirloom and native crops, which are then served to hungry guests at the property’s field-to-fork restaurant. Need a good laugh? You’ll never believe this hilarious New Mexico state law.