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Private Tour: High Road to Taos from Santa Fe
"Heading out of Santa Fe and taking the High Road to Taos the first stop is in the village of Chimayo. After a series of supernatural events word began to spread about the mysterious occurrences there and before long a small church was built where the crucifix was originally found. From that time until now miraculous healings have been reported by countless visitors to that little church and the magical little town by the Santa Cruz River known as Chimayo (chee-my-oh). Now known as the ""Lourdes of the Southwest""
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Rio Grande Gorge Balloon Ride
"We fly most days at sunrise weather permitting. We begin by meeting you at the visitor’s center here in town which is easy to find right on the main road. Once we pick you up there we will transport you to the launch site where we will inflate the balloon and fly for about an hour. During the summer months this flight will often be in the Rio Grande Gorge but we always decide where and when to fly based on what is safest for that particular day. During the flight depending upon the direction of the winds on flight day you will have great views of the Taos Mountains
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Private Tour: High Road to Taos from Santa Fe
"Heading out of Santa Fe and taking the High Road to Taos the first stop is in the village of Chimayo. After a series of supernatural events word began to spread about the mysterious occurrences there and before long a small church was built where the crucifix was originally found. From that time until now miraculous healings have been reported by countless visitors to that little church and the magical little town by the Santa Cruz River known as Chimayo (chee-my-oh). Now known as the ""Lourdes of the Southwest""
From $190.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Taos Pueblo

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Pow Wow Weekend

I had the incredible fortune to be in Taos Pueblo on the weekend of this huge Powwow. There were Native American participants from as far away as Idaho and Montana. The Powwow was held in a field...
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Three Young Warriors

Many merchant booths surrounded the dance area selling jewelry, food, pottery and other crafts. However, the hottest selling items were from the T shirt booths which sported two popular shirts. One...
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Opening Ceremony

I was quite surprised that the opening ceremony was more like an American Legion event. There was the presentation of the colors ( American Flag) and many speeches about veterans who had served in the...
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Preparing to Dance

Not all of the Native Americans here were from the Taos tribe. Several of the ones that were, however, speak a language called Tiwa.
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More Young Dancers

These young dancers waited patiently in the sun for their turn to enter the huge circle surrounded by the spectators.
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The Procession

I would guess that there must have been over 200 participants in native dress that were involved in this event.
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Children Participated Also

I was very pleased to see that the children were learning the dances to carry on the culture of the various tribes.
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Men Dancers

Most of the dancing was done by male participants. The "stage" was a circular area about 200 feet in diameter and observers sat under the shade of branches of trees that covered a trellis.
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412 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States
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125 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States
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413 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States
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114 Kit Carson Rd, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States
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137 Kit Carson Rd., Taos, New Mexico, 87571, United States
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Top Things to Do in Taos Pueblo

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Taos Pueblo Stream

This small stream is the life blood of the community providing water for the community, its livestock and crops. The stream runs a few hundred meters from the pueblo within easy walking distance but...
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Taos Fence

This was the fence that encircle the pueblo and provided protection against both roaming predators and enemy tribes. It is still maintained in the traditional way with a few modern cheats to make the...
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Top 5 Taos Pueblo Writers

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Ken_Weaver

"Taos Pueblo"
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toonsarah

"Ancient apartment blocks"
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goodfish

"Pueblo de Taos"
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Jim_Eliason

"Taos Pueblo"
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MarkJochim

"Pueblo Of Taos"
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