There are many incredible tourist attractions in and around Taos.

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Taos Ski Valley   Taos Ski Valley.jpg
Enrich your winter experience by spending it at this world class ski resort.  No matter your age or ability level, Taos has terrain and activities that will meet your needs and allow you to get the most out of winter.  


Art Galleries & Museums

An art colony like no other, Taos is known for its many galleries and Museums. 

Gorge Bridge.jpg Rio Grande Gorge Bridge
The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge is the second highest bridge on the U.S highway system just North West of Taos. The Gorge Bridge offers stunning views. You can park on either side, and walk over.

Taos Pueblo    Taos Pueblo.jpg
Taos Pueblo is a living Native American community. The multi-storied adobe buildings on the Pueblo have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years.

Hiking.jpg Hiking
Within an hour of Taos are more than fifth hiking trails, mostly within the Carson National Forest, with others along the canyon of the Rio Grande River. 

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Some great Taos outdoor recreation includes a llama trek, a rafting trip through class VI rapids, a moonlight hike to Williams Lake or a horseback ride into the mountains.


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