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Pagosa Springs

Archuleta County
Hot Springs Blvd.


Distance: 45.8 mi. (from destination center)

Description: At a steamy temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit, the Springs are way too hot for a dip. But visitors can stroll down the walking path beside the bubbling waters.... Read More
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Enchanted Circle

Leave Taos heading north on US 64/NM 68


Distance: 26.3 mi. (from destination center)

Description: This 84-mile scenic drive winds past Eagle Nest, Angel Fire, Taos, and Red River.... Read More

Big Lake Trail

Rio Grande National Forest, Colorado

Distance: 49.8 mi. (from destination center)

Description: There is little outstanding scenery along the trail, but it is a pleasant experience, with many... Read More

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Rio Chama Trail

Heron Lake State Park, New Mexico

Distance: 0.0 mi. (from destination center)

Description: The 5.5 mile trail which crosses the Rio Chama by suspension bridge, affords panoramic views and an... Read More

Taos Pueblo Stables

Sangre de Cristo Mountains


Distance: 26.3 mi. (from destination center)

Description: Gentle horses and a patient, knowledgeable staff guide riders through the Land of Enchantment.... Read More

Red River Anglers

P.O. Box 1038
Red River, New Mexico

Distance: 26.3 mi. (from destination center)

Description: Schedule a guided fly fishing trip with Red River Anglers—you could catch rainbow, wild brown, Rio Grande cutthroat, or lake trout.... Read More

Wild Rivers Recreation Area



Distance: 26.3 mi. (from destination center)

Description: Wildlife-viewing opportunities abound at Wild Rivers Recreation Area. In the ancient pinon and juniper forests you could spot mule deer, red-tailed hawks, mountain blue-birds, and prairie dogs.... Read More

Valle Grande Trail

Next to the Los Alamos Fire Station on NM 501
Taos, New Mexico

Distance: 27.8 mi. (from destination center)

Description: Trout streams ripple through volcanic cones along Valle Grande Trail. There are warm springs leading to Valle Grande—at 17 miles in diameter—one of the world's largest calderas.... Read More

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