Taos, NM Communities

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Weimer
Ranchos de Taos
Arroyo Hondo
Hondo Mesa
Upper Ranchitos
Arroyo Seco

Questa
Red River
Angel Fire
Taos Ski Valley
Taos
Vista Linda

Upper Colonias
Lower Colonias
Canon
Canon Foothills
Talpa
Talpa Foothills

El Prado
West Gorge Bridge
LLano Mesa
Blueberry Hill
Des Montes
Valdez

Taos, NM

Taos, NM

Taos is a town in Taos County in the north-central region of New Mexico in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

The Fiestas de Taos is an annual community celebration in the Taos Plaza honoring the Feast of the two patron saints of Taos, Santa Ana and Santiago. It is normally celebrated the 3rd weekend of July. The Fiestas are a celebratory tradition passed from generation to generation, a way of preserving the rich tri‐cultural way of life that has developed in Taos over the last four centuries. A commemorative Mass and procession from Our Lady of Guadalupe Church officially opens the event on Friday evening, with the crowning of the Fiestas Queen. The celebration continues with musical and dance performances scheduled on the Plaza every hour. Two parades are staged, a children parade on Saturday and the larger Fiesta Parade on Sunday.

There are three art museums in Taos: Harwood Museum of Art, Taos Art Museum and Millicent Rogers Museum that provide art from the Pueblo Native Americans, Taos Society of Artists and modern and contemporary artists of the Taos art colony.

The Taos Valley, Rio Grande and Taos mountains provide many opportunities for recreation, such as fly fishing, horseback riding, golfing, hot air ballooning, llama trekking, rafting, and mountain biking. The South Boundary trail, east of town, is consistently ranked the best mountain bike trail in New Mexico. In the winter, many people come to Taos to ski in the mountains. 

Taos Ski Valley, NM

Taos Ski Valley, NM

Taos Ski Valley is a village and alpine ski resort in Taos County, NM.

The village was originally settled by a group of miners in the 1800s, but in 1955 Ernie and Rhoda Blake founded the area as a ski mountain. The village was incorporated in 1996.

In 2013, Taos Ski Valley, Inc., was sold by the founding family to billionaire conservationist Louis Bacon. It has 110 trails with 24% beginner, 25% intermediate and 51% advanced/expert. The Ernie Blake Snowsports School is one of the highest rated ski schools in North America.

Arroyo Seco, NM

Arroyo Seco, NM

Arroyo Seco is a census-designated places in Taos County near Taos, New Mexico.

Arroyo Seco's annual Fourth of July parade is locally popular or enjoy the array of Artists and Sculptors, shopping, or dining at the local restaraunts.

Arroyo Seco is a wonderful location to visit for the day or to use as your home base as you discover Taos. This is a place to relax in a small-town atmosphere and soak in the beauty of the surroundings and the abundance of creative energy.


El Prado, NM

El Prado, NM

El Prado is an unincorporated suburb of Taos, in Taos County, New Mexico.

El Prado is the home of the nonprofit Metta Theatre and Metta Young Artists, who train, produce and perform there.

Attractions in El Prado are Millicent Rogers Museum and KTAO studio offices and Solar Center Music Venue.

Ranchos de Taos, NM

Ranchos de Taos, NM

Ranchos De Taos is a census-designated place (CDP) in Taos County, about 4 miles southwest of Taos.

The historic district is the Ranchos De Taos Plaza, which includes the San Francisco de Asis Mission Church.

Enjoy a guided tour, a walking tour, or even a balloon ride over the Rio Grande!

Angel Fire, NM

Angel Fire, NM

Angel Fire is a village in Colfax County, New Mexico.

Every summer, the Village of Angel Fire hosts Music from Angel Fire, which has been presenting chamber music concerts to local communities since 1984. Angel Fire venues include the United Church of Angel Fire and Angel Fire Community Center. 

Red River, NM

Red River, NM

Red River is a resort town in Taos County, located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. It's 37 miles from Taos. 


The main industry in Red River is tourism. Red River is located at the base of the Red River Ski Area, located 8,750 feet above sea level in the southern Rocky Mountains. Winter activities include skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling. In summertime, visitors can hike, bike, fish, and ride horseback in the mountains. The town is serviced by a trolley and bus system which provides access into the upper valley.

Pagosa Springs, CO

Pagosa Springs, CO

Pagosa Springs is a municipality that is the county seat of, and the only incorporated municipality in, Archuleta County, Colorado.

The town is located in the upper San Juan Basin, surrounded by the 3-million-acre San Juan National Forest, and adjacent to the largest wilderness area in the state of Colorado, the Weminuche Wilderness.

Other recreational activities in the area include downhill and cross country skiing at nearby Wolf Creek ski area and snowmobiling in the surrounding National Forest. Summertime activities include fishing, hiking, and rafting. The area is also a popular destination for hunters, who harvest elk, deer, and other game animals.

Durango, CO

Durango, CO

Durango is the county seat and the most populous municipality of La Plata County, Colorado. It is home to Fort Lewis College.

Main Avenue is a Nationally Registered Historic District that cuts through downtown Durango and is home to galleries, boutiques, restaurants, bars, and other businesses. Two notable and historic hotels, The General Palmer and The Strater, lie at the south end of the avenue, near the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad depot. With its combination of historic architecture, entertainment, and shopping, Main Avenue has historically comprised the center of Durango and is a popular year-round tourist destination.

Other attractions are the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, Animas River Valley, and Music in the Mountains. 

Bayfield, CO

Bayfield, CO

The Town of Bayfield is a Statutory Town in La Plata County, Colorado. The town derives its name from W. A. Bay, founder.

Established in 1898, Bayfield is the “Heart of the Pine River Valley”. The town features a small historic district with a few shops and restaurants in town.