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Taos Tour

New Mexico’s grooviest desert town has a long arts tradition.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Full day

Overview :  The desert town of Taos has seen its share of creative types pass through: Ansel Adams, D. H. Lawrence, Georgia O’Keeffe. They were... more »

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Points of Interest

The 1936 historic landmark mixes luxury and kitsch: it’s marked with a neon sign touting dining, cocktails, and curios. Try the Cowboy Buddha Margarita.

Address:
125 Paseo del Pueblo Norte
Taos, New Mexico
United States

Phone:
(505) 758-2233

The elaborate eco-conscious (recycled concrete, sustainable water-purification) spa has 84 guest rooms and suites with elaborate Moroccan tile work, engraved wood panels, private hot tubs, and kiva-style fireplaces. The Rejuvenation Center draws on another local resource: intuitive healers. Like Sedona, Arizona, Taos is an ’energy center,’ so this... More

3. Joseph’s Table

Chef Josef Wrede serves contemporary Southwestern dishes like hedgehog-mushroom risotto and ruby trout with golden caviar in a cloistered space of dark wood and private alcoves.

Address:
108A S. Plaza
Taos, New Mexico
United States

Phone:
(505) 751-4512

4. Los Rios River Runners

Blast down Class III rapids on the Rio Grande.

Address:
4003 S. Highway 68
Taos, New Mexico
United States

Phone:
(575) 776-8854

Take in the works of the native Taos culture at this art outlet.

Address:
227 Paseo del Pueblo Norte
Taos, New Mexico
United States

Phone:
(575) 758-2690

6. Taos Pueblo

For at least a millennium, Tiwa-speaking American Indians have lived in the multi-story Taos Pueblo, one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the United States.

Address:
120 Veterans Hwy.
Taos, New Mexico
United States

Phone:
(575) 758-1028

Explore the 110 runs at the property, including some very challenging trails.

Address:
Taos Ski Valley
Taos, New Mexico
United States

Phone:
(575) 776-1413