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Who’s Saying What About Taos
Taos has been named the top of the top by a multitude of media outlets around the country. When planning your next trip to Taos, keep in mind some of the things that make Taos so special.  Below is a partial list:

Highlight Hollywood
Wilder Nightingale Fine Art Awarded Best Gallery In New Mexico, 2016, Highlight Hollywood EXCLUSIVE News

blog.foodnetwork.com
10 Things I Ate About You: Taos, N.M., By Sara Ventiera, February 21, 2016

Travelandleisure.com
Why New Mexico is the Next Big Ecotourism Destination (Video)
by Melanie Lieberman, February 4, 2016

The Bluegrass Situation
Traveler: Your Guide to Taos, By Melissa Howden, February 2, 2016

Storytelling in the Soutwest
The Local Lady Blog By Libby Oellerich, January 27, 2016

The Globe and Mail
In the resort of Taos, a hard-core skier’s preserve, the old world is giving way to the new, By Tom Maloney, Jan. 28, 2016

Dallas Morning News
Buy or browse at Taos galleries, by John Lumpkin, January 23, 2016

Albuquerque Journal
Mable Dodge Luhan, a mojor player in northern NM art scene, By Jackie Jadrnak, Jan. 8, 2016

Albuquerque Journal
Downtime in Taos, By Glen Rosales, Jan. 10th, 2016

CNTraveler.com
The Most Beautiful Towns in America

NewYorkTimes.com, By Christopher Solomon, Dec. 30, 2015
Mix of New and Old Enlivens Taos Ski Valley

FLIPKEY by Tripadvisor
New Year’s Eve: 16 unsung places to ring in 2016, By Matthew Moretti, Dec. 18, 2015

Travel+Leisure.com
The Best Places to Spend Christmas

DenverPost.com, By Jeri Clausing, Nov. 25, 2015
Skiing in New Mexico: New owners upgrading Taos resort

AustinChronicle.com, May 29, 2015
Day Trips: Llama Adventures, Taos, N.M.

Wild Earth Llama Adventures of Taos takes visitors on a walk on the wild side of the New Mexico wilderness areas with a friendly, sure-footed companion to carry their gear.

MSN.com, May 26, 2015
The U.S. Cities That Make the Best (and Worst) First Impression

Love at first sight: A smaller (and some say more authentic) version of Santa Fe, Taos is a tad harder to get to, but well worth the journey into the Sangro de Cristo Mountains of northern New Mexico.

TravelandLeisure.com, May 18, 2015
T+L Deal Watch: Alpine Getaways

36% off at Palacio de Marquesa – The best way to see Taos? On a llama trek through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, known for dramatic canyons and meadows of wildflowers. Set up the trip at this stylish 100-year-old adobe house with eight airy, art-filled rooms and suites.

About.com, May 15, 2015
6 Lofty Treehouse Vacation Homes You Can Rent

This fairytale tree cottage is located on the Rio Honda Estates, a 13.5-acre working alpaca farm just outside Taos, New Mexico.

HuffingtonPost.com, May 4, 2015
Bucket List Places You Need to See In The Next Decade

Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico is so much more than just a ski mountain. Rugged and remote, Taos is famous for its breathtaking scenery and the “legendary light” that has inspired artists like Georgia O’Keeffe. Taos has always had a sort of mystique about it.

MSN.com, April 27, 2015
The 6 Best Places To Escape To Without Leaving The Country

From skiing, gallery hopping, serene spa treatments, and even llama trekking, there’s more than enough to keep you busy – or completely relaxed – during a three-night trip to Taos, New Mexico.

USAToday.com, April 22, 2015
Going Green: 10Best Eco-Friendly Hotels

Earthship, New Mexico – The Earthship Biotecture property in Taos, N.M., calls itself “radically sustainable,” and truly there is nothing like it.

TripAdvisor.com, April 17, 2015
Trip Advisor’s Hidden Gems: 13 US Towns That Are Diamonds in the Rough

Overshadowed by Santa Fe and Albuquerque (see: Breaking Bad), Taos is a charming pet-friendly town known for its Spanish influence and picturesque scenery.

Yahoo.com, April 14, 2015
Taos, NM Celebrates 100th Anniversary Taos Society of Artists & Other Major Milestones

One of the oldest art colonies in the United States, Taos, New Mexico, is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the formation of Taos Society of Artists, along with several other major milestone anniversaries in 2015.

AOL.com, April 6, 2015
The best place to drink a local beer in every state

New Mexico: Eske’s, Taos – Drink green chile beer in a pub that’s also a century-old adobe home.

Yahoo.com, March 24, 2015
Spring Snow Extends Taos Ski Valley’s Season into Mid-April

Taos Ski Valley will extend its season so skiers and riders can take advantage of the epic spring conditions, including several inches of new powder amid bluebird sunny days. Originally scheduled to close April 5, Taos will now be open April 10-12.

Examiner.com, March 19, 2015
Explore Native American pueblo culture in New Mexico

Spring is a great season to visit New Mexico. Lilacs are in bloom and the weather is perfect for exploring the landscape and the region’s Native American pueblo culture.

Yahoo.com, March 16, 2015
Taos Ski Valley Lowers Season Pass Prices for 2015-2016 Season in March Madness Sale

From March 19–31, Taos Ski Valley will be offering its popular Millennium Pass for the 2015-2016 season at just $575 – a $175 discount over the regular season rate, and the lowest price the Millennium Pass has been offered in the past two years.

Outside.com, March 10, 2015
Don’t Tell Anyone, But New Mexico Has Epic Skiing

In late February, 2015, the largest storm in a decade blanketed New Mexico with more than 70 inches of snow. Those who were ready headed to Taos Ski Valley for the best skiing of the season. Here’s how it all went down…

USAToday.com, March 9, 2015
Vacations for Families in New Mexico

The knowledgeable owner and operator of Wild Earth Llama Adventures assigns each hiker her own llama for a variety of hiking packages that take guests along rugged, scenic trails in the Taos area, in northern New Mexico.

Examiner.com, February 24, 2015
Savoring the Southwest: Taos Grilled Pork

Taos, New Mexico, is one of the more stunning cities in the Southwest. Aside from being an artistic haven, it also boasts some of the finest eateries in the region.

Examiner.com, February 17, 2015
Ski List: 5 Highlights of Taos Ski Valley

New Mexico’s Taos Ski Valley ranks among the country’s most challenging proving grounds. When legendary ski pioneer Ernie Blake founded Taos Ski Valley in 1954, he ignored naysayers who thought the mountain would be too steep for average skiers.

MSN.com, February 17, 2015
Beautiful World Heritage Sites

Still a vibrant community hub for the local tribe of Pueblo Indians, the adobe settlements of Taos Pueblo are located in a small tributary of the Rio Grande.

NationalGeographic.com, February 11, 2015
World’s 25 Best Ski Towns

Taos, New Mexico – Best For: Art-loving skiers and boarders with a taste for steep runs and green chilies. In the world of classic ski towns, Taos is a unique gem.

OutsideOnline.com, February 6, 2015
Where to Find the Best Après-Ski Hot Springs

The After Ski Qi—Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico – Given the New Age predilections at nearby Taos, it’s no surprise that Manby Hot Springs is even less straight-laced than most.

TheGlobeandMail.com, February 6, 2015
First Nations, hippies, artists and ski bums all find their place in Taos

A village of adobe buildings – mud and straw that must be reinforced each year – Taos Pueblo is a UNESCO World Heritage site that draws as many as 100,000 visitors a year…

AARPTravel.org, February 1, 2015
Taos Travel Tips

Taos is small and resolutely rustic, but for the prosaic stretch of chain motels and strip malls that greet you as you approach from the south.

TheGlobeandMail.com, January 30, 2015
Six U.S. Retirement Hot Spots for Canadian Snowbirds

Taos, N.M. – Native Americans have called Taos and area home for a millennium, making it the oldest continuously inhabited community in the United States.

TripAdvisor.com, January 29, 2015
16 Romantic Destinations with Vacation Rentals

Taos, a small alpine town in New Mexico, is great for couples year-round

TravelChannel.com, January 25, 2015
Extreme Towns: Visit the World’s Most Unique Zip Codes

Taos, New Mexico – The Greater World Community in Taos, NM, is a town made almost entirely of recycled materials. And we’re not talking bamboo or recycled plastics…

MSN.com, January 21, 2015
15 Places to Visit in 2015

Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico – Perched proudly in the Southern Rockies, Taos may not be “manufactured for the masses,” but those who have skied this epic mountain can’t seem to get enough.

CBSBoston.com, January 21, 2015
Best Mountain Towns in the USA

Taos is home to more than 20 sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including Taos Pueblo – one of America’s oldest continuously inhabited communities.

CBSMiami.com, January 21, 2015
Best Mountain Towns in the USA

Taos is home to more than 20 sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including Taos Pueblo – one of America’s oldest continuously inhabited communities.

CBSChicago.com, January 21, 2015
Best Mountain Towns in the USA

Taos is home to more than 20 sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including Taos Pueblo – one of America’s oldest continuously inhabited communities.

CBSSanFrancisco.com, January 21, 2015
Best Mountain Towns in the USA

Taos is home to more than 20 sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including Taos Pueblo – one of America’s oldest continuously inhabited communities.

CBSDenver.com, January 21, 2015
Best Mountain Towns in the USA

Taos is home to more than 20 sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including Taos Pueblo – one of America’s oldest continuously inhabited communities.

CBSBaltimore.com, January 21, 2015
Best Mountain Towns in the USA

Taos is home to more than 20 sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including Taos Pueblo – one of America’s oldest continuously inhabited communities.

CBSLosAngeles.com, January 21, 2015
Best Mountain Towns in the USA

Taos is home to more than 20 sites on the National Register of Historic Places, including Taos Pueblo – one of America’s oldest continuously inhabited communities.

ChicagoMagazine.com, January 12, 2015
Here are Seven Great Destinations for Skiing This Winter

Taos Ski Valley is the place to plummet—and at times nearly freefall—down expert terrain. Case in point: the wide-open bowls off Kachina Peak, which descend from a dizzying 12,450-foot summit.

MSN.com, December 24, 2014
Beautiful churches around the world

San Francisco de Asis Church, USA. The church located in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, was built between 1772 and 1816.

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