Taos Travel Guide

74 trails and glades await boarders and skiers of all abilities. You can also cruise down a 1,000-foot snow-tubing run, rent snowmobiles, ice fish, or take a sleigh ride.

Blast down Class III rapids on the Rio Grande.

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

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.

View the mix of traditional Hispanic and modern and contemporary Anglo works at the museum's Pueblo Revival building near the historic Plaza.

The world descends on the mountain town of Taos for this annual music festival.

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

See the fantastic collection of Native American art at this Taos museum.

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.