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  • Taos


    Many things come to mind when people think of Taos—the amazing landscape, the variety of outdoor activities, and the thriving arts scene. Taos comprises all these things and more, but…

  • Ranchos de Taos

    Ranchos de Taos

    Ranchos de Taos is located approximately 4 miles southwest of Taos. This tiny village features expansive mountain views, and is home to the San Francisco de Asis Church, a National Historic Landmark.

  • El Prado

    El Prado

    El Prado is an unincorporated suburb on the North side of Taos. It is generally bounded on the south by the town of Taos, to the East by Taos Pueblo lands, to the North by Arroyo Seco and Arroyo Hondo,…

  • Arroyo Seco

    Arroyo Seco

    Arroyo Seco is a quaint, historic village located ten minutes from the Town of Taos and fifteen minutes from the base of Taos Ski Valley. Arroyo Seco offers fine dining,…

  • Valdez


    Valdez is an unincorporated community located in Taos County, situated along the Rio Hondo. The community is located on New Mexico State Road 230, 8.8 miles North of Taos, and features scenic rural living, with easy access…

  • Arroyo Hondo

    Arroyo Hondo

    Arroyo Hondo is a town in Taos County with a population of 288, located approximately 11.5 miles North of Taos on NM 522. Living in Arroyo Hondo offers residents a…

  • Angel Fire

    Angel Fire

    Angel Fire is a small resort town in North Central New Mexico. The town is situated in the Moreno Valley, located half an hour east from Taos on NM 64, through scenic Taos…