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Angel Fire: It’s the sunsets…

Visitors soon appreciate what “Angel Fire” means the first time they witness a sunset — one of those spectacles of red, orange, violet, pink, gray, white and blue that are so magic … more

El animale de Taos: Bighorn sheep

Ovis canadensis, the ram, the symbol of the astrological sign Aries; bighorn sheep were known to roam the Upper Río Grande area long ago. A petroglyph of a ram was once carved into the rock of … more

Eagle Nest: Angling, art, chillin’

This picturesque community, surrounded by the open spaces of the Moreno Valley, is conveniently located in the Enchanted Circle for sightseeing and adventures. This is a great place to sit back, … more

Questa: Serene and unspoiled

This tiny, historic village on the northwest shoulder of the Enchanted Circle, is undergoing an awakening. After its main source of income ended in 2014 with the closing of the Chevron-owned … more

Red River: Coolness to boot

No doubt about it, Red River’s changed through the years but the most striking thing about this small community is the way it hasn’t changed. Generations still come, year after year, to … more

Taos Ski Valley: A mountain’s majesty

Surrounded by sacred wilderness and infused with the cultures of the Taos Pueblo, Hispanic and European peoples who have defined it, Taos Ski Valley (TSV) is steeped in legend and mystique. The vast, … more

The Pueblo: A world apart

If Pueblo Peak is the heartbeat of Taos, then Taos Pueblo is its soul. No visitor should miss seeing the ancient pueblo — perhaps the world’s oldest apartment building. Here, life goes … more

Arroyo Seco: A community of locals

All the merchants live pretty close to Arroyo Seco, typically not more than 10 miles away, or right here in the little artist’s village on the way to Taos Ski Valley. They all know each other … more

Things that sting (And some that don’t)

This is the best time of year to play outside and really experience the vastness of Northern New Mexico. It’s that special season after the spring winds (the kinds that can reach 60 miles an … more

El animale de Taos: The red-tailed hawk

From high above, raining down over the open fields and mesas there is a common sound heard around these parts: keee-eerrrrr. The call is that of the red-tailed hawk (Buteo … more
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