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Our corporate ladiies' trip to Santa Fe started with an afternoon float down the Rio Grande. Sean was our guide and he was excellent and keeping up upright and moving through the gorge. We had a blast and appreciated the water and snacks at the...More
I went to the Rio Grande Gorge to watch the release of turkey vultures and a golden eagle.
This was on the end of road 110 right before you get into Taos. It is beautiful there. Rough and rugged beauty. The thing I wondered about...More
We were heading north on highway 68 from Santa Fe to ski in Taos when, on our right, a huge gash opened up in the desert plateau. It turned out that this was the famous Rio Grande running in a gorge into the mesa or...More
This is a must when traveling to the Taos area. Once out of town all you see is open land until all of a sudden this gorge opens up before you. Near Taos the Rio Grande River is just a flat lazy, drifting waterway. But...More
Did the Double Racecourse and had a blast!!!! First round was in the raft with the whole family (2 adults and three kids). Joe was our guide and absolutely terrific. For the afternoon, we went on the Funyaks and EVERYONE had a blast - including...More
Before leaving Taos, NM for our next travel destination, we decided to drive by the Rio Grande Gorge. After crossing the bridge, there is a Parking Area on the left side. Vendors selling their wares are located on the opposite side of the bridge. Public...More
So glad we took the time to check out the gorge! The bridge in itself is a marvel, but the view beneath is spectacular! An amazing natural sight that you have to see if you find yourself in Taos! We were on a motorcycle, but...More
My sister and I walked about 2 miles along the gorge on the West Rim Trail. It was a beautiful, yet quiet, walk. There were a lot of rocks so I wouldn't recommend a stroller or small children. There are no fences along the gorge...More
As you walk across a bridge that towers over the deep gorge with a beautiful river flowing through it, a great attraction for all ages. A great destination after eating a pallet pleasing meal at Orlando's off El Prado.
drdray answers the hot springs question in "beautiful but know the secret" review..."Go to the airport outside of Taos and find Tune Road on the opposite side. Simply follow Tune road until you get to a place where you can... More
drdray answers the hot springs question in "beautiful but know the secret" review..."Go to the airport outside of Taos and find Tune Road on the opposite side. Simply follow Tune road until you get to a place where you can see a parking lot that will probably have cars in it (to the left). It is right on the edge of the Gorge. If you go too far on Tune road, it gets real rough and is clearly not maintained, just turn around and come back as short way to the parking lot. There are some small rusty old signs along the road that say "Manby Hot Springs," but you may miss them. I am thrilled that I learned of this and took the hike down. Be sure and take water, and use the restroom at the top, there are none in the bottom."