Along the Enchanted Circle in neighboring Colfax County is the laid-back mountain town of Eagle Nest.
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Less than an hour north of Taos, the Village of Questa is the northern gateway to the Enchanted Circle.
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The Red Willow people of Taos Pueblo have called the base of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains home for more than 1,000 years.
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East of Taos lies Angel Fire, appropriately named by the nomadic Moache Utes. When the Utes looked up from their valley home at the flickering sun radiating.
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Red River is a picturesque small town with a mile-long main street lined with shops, restaurants, motels, a brewery and more.
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Adventure-seekers can take NM 150 to the end of the road, where the Village of Taos Ski Valley offers an ideal base for Rocky Mountain activities.
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Located near the foot of El Salto Mountain, the village of Arroyo Seco sits north of Taos along NM 150 — the main road to Taos Ski Valley.
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