If there is anything that defines Taos, it’s adventure. Find yours here – in the water, on the ground, on the cliffs, or in the sky.
The way we travel has changed. We no longer want a generic, one-size-fits-all vacation. We want to explore on our… Read more »
Spend the day on America’s best scenic railroad. The coal-fired steam engine of Cumbres & Toltec takes you into the unspoiled West.
What’s your pleasure? Easy access fishing, solitude, or a little bushwhacking? Lake or river? Taos waters can accommodate.
We’re a town of people who like to be outside with families, friends and sports opponents. The air and the… Read more »
From the edge of the Rio Grande Gorge, the view of Taos and its towering mountain backdrop is simply spectacular.
On two feet, on two wheels, on four feet, however you prefer, there’s a dizzying range of ways and places to make tracks on trails in Taos.
There are beautiful springs at the end of a long hike in the wilderness, lovely gems that are only a short hike, and resorts that run the gamut from rustic to luxurious.
Off road or on, there are miles and miles to conquer (or just coast on) on bike in Taos. The views you can take in on two wheels are unbeatable here.
In Taos enjoy a diverse topography spanning from the basalt crags of the Rio Grande Gorge to the pristine granite of Tres Piedras.
The magnificent mountain scenery and cool summer temperatures lure vacationers to enjoy the peace and quiet, for fishing, hunting, camping, and hiking. Winter activities include skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
Whether it’s a paddle or a fishing line you’re looking to spend time with, Taos offers a diverse selection of lakes, river stretches and holes to ride, wade and angle in.
Taos has multiple opportunities for snow sports, including skiing – both downhill and cross-country, snowboarding, and fun activities for the kids.