Nestled on a 7000-ft. mesa between the Sangre de Cristo mountain range of the southern Rockies and the spectacular Rio Grande Gorge, Taos is the complete year-round restort area of the Sunbelt. Combining charm, character, and culture, Taos has a unique and historic flavor. The mix of Indian, Spanish, and American influences complements the beauty and variety of northern New Mexico.   Recreational opportunities provide real life adventures throughout the year. In winter, Taos is a deep-powder skier's dream, with four challenging downhill ski areas within 30 miles. Cross-country and snow-shoe enthusiasts will find quiet forest trails and open mesa fields. In summer, white-water rafting, hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, and horseback riding are available.

The Taos Indian Pueblo

Taos is home to numerous cultural events, concerts, exhibitions, festivals and dramatic productions. These happenings occur year around because the climate is, in a word, sunny: mild in winter, cool and pleasent in summer. They also occur because Taos is a celebration of life, known world wide.   With over 80 galleries, Taos is the acknowledged Southwestern art capital, and a major U.S. market for paintings, posters, Indian jewelry, rugs, and pottery. The Taos Indian Pueblo, the Kit Carson Home and Museum, Carson National Forest and the Taos Plaza are a few of many attractions.

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