Explore the North2-3 day trips

EXPLORE THE NORTH

Taos Pueblo

Beautifully spectacular, the Taos Pueblo is both A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Historic Landmark.
Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community to have been continuously inhabited for over a 1,000 years.
Bounded by the gorgeous Sangre de Cristo Mountains, it is famous for historic multistory adobe complex.
https://taospueblo.com/home/

EARTHSHIPS

A truly one of the kind experience…
Whether you’re looking for a unique vacation experience, an educational opportunity, a new way to live your home-life, or a way to give back, Earthship offers it all. Every Earthship allows its guests to experience a luxurious vacation while living off-the-grid. Explore what it means to live self-sufficiently while leaving our planet intact.

The Taos bridge

Featured in several movies, and stating upon the incredibly spectacular Taos Gorges… One of America’s highest and most famous bridges.One of the best features of the bridge are several platforms that cantilever out from the roadway. They allow pedestrians to stand several feet out into space!
https://taos.org/what-to-do/landmark-sites/rio-grande-gorge-bridge/

Hikes with Llamas

Llama trekking is a great way to experience the unspoiled wilderness, near Taos and Santa Fe.
On the trail, the gentle, sure-footed llamas will carry your gear, while experienced naturalist guides share their knowledge of southern Rocky Mountains.After an inspiring hike at your own pace, you’ll enjoy a magnificent gourmet lunch, in some of the most spectacular scenery in the Southwest
(All ages and fitness levels accommodated).
https://taos.org/places/wild-earth-llama-adventures/

BALLOON RIDES

https://www.google.com/search?q=taos+balloon+rides+pics&tbm=isch&source=univ&client=firefox-b-1-d&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjopcLM7tjkAhWAHzQIHcspAYMQsAR6BAgHEAE&biw=1191&bih=787

EXPLORE THE WEST…

EL MORO

Rising 200 feet above the valley floor, this massive sandstone bluff was a welcome landmark for weary travelers. A reliable waterhole hidden at its base made El Morro a popular campsite. Beginning in the late 1500s Spaniards, and later Americans, passed by El Morro, many carved their signatures, dates, and messages…
https://www.nps.gov/elmo/index.htm