An enchanting bed and breakfast hacienda on 7.5-acre rise overlooking Taos with a rich and colorful history. Quiet spots and enchanting views are easy to find at this birder's paradise.
Set across several adobe houses dating from the 1800s, this landmark inn is a 2-minute walk from the Kit Carson Home and Museum, and 3 minutes from Taos Plaza. Live entertainment nightly and award-winning cuisine.
Taos Ski Valley’s newest and only ski-in/ski-out, ski shop. The best location to buy, rent and service your equipment. Taos Ski Valley’s best staff and best selection can outfit you from head-to-toe.
We strive to hand select the absolute highest quality products from small and large farmers and vendors all around the state. Taos Canyon focuses on premium genetics grown organically and has a wide variety of third party concentrate, edible, and vape products.
Located on the Plaza in what is probably the oldest building in Taos, the Alley has a rich history dating back over 400 years. Live music, menu featuring bar food favorites, games, and a lively locals and visitors scene.
Frank Seckler Gallery shows the metal work of Frank Seckler. We specialize in custom furniture, sculpture, indoor and outdoor kitchen projects and architectural accents.
Homegrown cannabis in Taos
We are committed to serving the very best ground beef possible. We don’t hide behind toppings to make great burgers. We start with fresh beef, ground daily, no hormones or antibiotics, from Creekstone Farms.
Former home of arts patron and author Mabel Dodge Luhan, her house is a mecca for the creative soul, and throughout the year workshops and retreats are scheduled for writers from all walks of life – from beginner to professional.
Our experienced staff will provide you with everything you need to stay warm, look great, and ski/ride better. We have the best selection of skis, boards, boots, and outerwear. Expert boot fitting and precisely tuned demos.
Fully equipped mountain shop, offering the latest in outdoor gear and clothing for hiking, camping, backpacking, rock-climbing, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing. Maps, guidebooks, and advice on trails and excursions.
Beautifully hadcrafted leather goods and jewelry made in Taos.