26 reviews

Taos is great for the local art, ceramics, and amazing pueblo buildings. Also has terrific skiing in years where it gets enough snow. Playground near Santa Fe.

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    El Prado

    New Mexico, USA
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    Ranchos de Taos

    New Mexico, USA
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    Taos Ski Valley

    New Mexico, USA
    8 reviews

    We were only able to ski for a day, but Taos was perfect. Taos Ski Valley has just the right amount of blues and blacks.

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    Angel Fire

    New Mexico, USA
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    New Mexico, USA
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    New Mexico, USA
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    Arroyo Seco

    New Mexico, USA
    2 reviews

    Arroyo Seco is a small village surrounded by farmland and mountains. The village itself is so cute and has so much to offer: local restaurants, local grocers, small vacation and room rentals, and even a yoga studio. We loved the peace and quiet that our little house and the surrounding farmlands had to offer.

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    Red River

    New Mexico, USA
    1 review

    Grew up there!

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    New Mexico, USA
    4 reviews

    Sweet little New Mexican village off the high road to Taos. The church (sanctuario) is fascinating to explore. Definitely worth picking up the local chile powder and array of goodies associated with it--yum!

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    El Rito

    New Mexico, USA
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    New Mexico, USA
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    Pojoaque Valley

    New Mexico, USA
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    Santa Cruz

    New Mexico, USA
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    New Mexico, USA
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    New Mexico, USA
    1 review

    Lived there.

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    Ojo Caliente

    New Mexico, USA
    1 review

    Worth the hour drive from Santa Fe. We recommend doing a private soak if you prefer clothing-optional and quiet. Even though signs are posted asking patrons to be quiet, it can still become quite a scene.

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    New Mexico, USA
    1 review

    The Village of Truchas is along the High Road to Taos. They have an insular reputation and I've been happy to just pass through over the years. The local Penitentes culture is also fascinating to read up about.

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