Taos Walking Tours
Walking narrative about Taos' history and culture, the arts scene, and historical figures. Meet KIt Carson, Padre Martinez, doyenne Mabel Dodge Luhan, novelist D.H. Lawrence, and Navajo code talkers. Your guide is Taos artist, and storyteller Sam Richardson
Steven Bundy Photo Tours
With your camera in hand, discover Taos and its spectacular back roads with professional photographer Steven Bundy. All skill levels will enjoy the day of exploring the area. Camera instruction included, if needed. 12 years of Photo Tour/Guide/Workshop Experience.
Our fully narrated tours will enlighten you to the richness of our cultures, the magic of Taos Mountain and the reasons Taoseños Love Taos! Two tours are available from May to fall. Taos Pueblo Tour and Taos History and Culture Tour.
Offering horseback trail rides, in addition to breakfast and dinner rides, and carriage and wagon rides. In the winter, enjoy sleigh rides through the snowy winter terrain.
Photo Tours and Three Day Workshops. Individualized and personalized full day or half day Year Round Photo Tours with Taos photographer Geraint Smith.
Private photo instruction and full-day/multiple-day photo tours with veteran local photographer and experienced workshop leader Michael DeYoung, an award-winning Adventure Travel & lifestyle photographer with decades of commercial success.
Off the Beaten Track and Hidden in Plain Sight...See for Yourself Why Taos is Much More than a Day Trip!
Learn about ancient cultures and walk in deep history. Enjoy our food of many flavors and experience the beauty of our complex human landscape and extraordinary public spaces.
Big Al Snowmobile Tours
Taos Ski Valley has a little known secret, the very same trails used for world class hiking & horseback riding, make for some of the best snowmobile rides available anywhere! Big Al will take you places on a snowmobile that are breathtaking
See for yourself why Taos is much more than a Day Trip! $90. (per person) Half Day 4-5 hours morning or afternoon $160. (per person) Full Day 7-8 hours $20. per hour, 2 hour minimum (per…
Taos with its long and often fraught history is most definitely haunted and Melody is happy to show you exactly where these wraiths prefer to hang out.
A wine connoisseur has ample opportunity to sample the award-winning wines of Northern New Mexico.
Experience the breathtaking and diverse scenery of northern New Mexico by taking a drive through the mountains and valleys.
There are abundant options in Taos where one can find finely crafted beer and delicious cuisine to go alongside.
With so much to see and do in Taos and the surrounding areas, it can be overwhelming deciding what to include in your trip planning. Take a guided tour with one of our many talented…
Taos, New Mexico History: Long one of America’s foremost, bona fide Art Colonies, Taos is also home to a world-class ski resort (Taos Ski Valley), a World Heritage Site (Taos Pueblo), one of the most…
This National Forest Scenic Byway that circles around Wheeler Peek, is the most popular tour in the area.
As New Mexico relaxes its restrictions during this time of crisis, and we return to some form of normal life living with COVID 19, many New Mexicans are turning to the great outdoors.
The arrival of spring in Taos brings with it the blossoming of lilacs everywhere. Lilacs in springtime are ubiquitous in Taos.
The Paseo festival returns to Taos with local, national and international artists bringing their work to the streets on September 13 and 14, 2019.
Your escape awaits! Come relax and recharge in a unique town that will have you counting the days until your next days off.
The LOR Foundation is asking you to #expLOReTaos. Search for geocaches to win money for organizations working to improve the quality of life in Taos.
When Robin Naylor arrived in Taos, she thought it was a temporary relocation. She’d come to help her brother with his kids after his wife and their mother (long time Taos resident Melissa Naylor), died…
Taos is back on the map! Last week, the Matador Network listed their 25 Coolest Towns in America for 2018. Taos is way up there in the running at number 8! Matador explains their decision to choose…
The Mabel Dodge Luhan House truly unique historic hotel with offers 21 rooms that are individually furnished with one-of-a-kind furniture and decor. Some rooms have their own fireplace and views of the mountains or the…
These days it’s much cooler to Glamp than it is to simply go camping. When journalist, author, and designer Julia Chaplin coined the term Gypset (gypsy + jet set) in 2009, to describe an international…
With the weather warming up and daylight hours stretching into evening, there’s no better time of year to get outside! To the west of Taos, a vast plain covered with sagebrush and conifers spreads out…
Taos’ Mystical Splendor Inspires an Active Glamping Experience All I can see is the wild sagebrush sprawl out across the Taos Plateau. The fragrance invigorates my soul and plucks the wild within me. What I mean…
This Historical street is lined with traditional adobe shops, galleries, museums and studios and framed with established country flower gardens and wall murals.
Looking for a spring break getaway?Taos has it all, plus great weather, and when it comes to traveling with kids, this is as good as it gets, especially at this time of year. But chances are, you already know this and have your flight booked, lodging arrangements set, and are now counting the hours.