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People are very friendly, small town atmosphere, and very peaceful
If anything perhaps the $$$
In a nutshell
More than mountains - It is a mountain top experience
Located along Burro Ave. in the Burro Street Exchange, this place is your typical shop that sells your typical gifts, everything from wooden sculptures to jewelry. What caught my eye that I had to come back here on my second visit was the carving of Yogi Bear. I wanted to get it for my parents since it would look good on their porch. I paid 150 bucks for it, it was a good price because if you went to Santa Fe, you could expect to pay twice as much for something similar.
What to buy: If you're a fan of those little metal "antique" road signs that have the different advertisments and products on them like they used to have in malt shops back in the 50's, you can find them here. They sell 3 for 35 bucks approximately.
What to pay: This is impossible to say off hand because like any other shop selling gifts, cost vary.
Written Feb 7, 2013
Address: 505 Burro Street Suite 111
Cloudcroft is a beautiful little village, but, you should know before you go there that it is EXPENSIVE!!!! Count on paying two or three times what you would anywhere else, for --- pretty much everything!
Written May 20, 2008
Luggage and bags: When traveling to Cloudcroft do not rely on having to go into town to buy your (groceries,batteries,fikm for your camera, steaks, charcoal,,etc) plan ahead and stop at the last "big grocery store and get all your stuff otherwise you will end up either without or making the 16 mile trek into town for basics.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: come prepared for all sorts of weather, cool, cold and warm. Weather may be cold in the morning cool mid morning and warm in the afternoon - then back to cold again.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: basic first aid kit will usually do
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: hats & sun screen - lip balm - higher altitudes you may burn easier without being aware of it.
Written Feb 23, 2005
I used to enjoy skiing but can no longer participate. This last visit, I was in Cloudcroft in May so no snow anyway. I have been here several times before though. Ski Cloudcroft is well-known and a great skiing destination.
Written May 29, 2009