Stories from this issue
It’s deeper on many levels here in Northern New Mexico and it’s time to get outdoors. Downhill skiing is great fun, but if you want to experience the Southern Rockies at a slightly slower pace, consider snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Both are great ways to get some exercise and enjoy the beauty and solitude of the forests that surround Taos.
Don’t let that cute face and big smile fool you — Emma Patterson is a badass.
The 22-year-old Taos native is entering her rookie season on the 2020 Freeride World Tour after qualifying last year. The FWT is the worldwide circuit of freeride snowboarding and skiing featuring the best riders in the world competing on the most legendary and challenging alpine faces at renowned ski resorts around the world.
Taos Ski Valley patrol dogs are cute, friendly and highly trained. It is the last point - their well-honed and expert skill set - that makes the team of canines so widely respected.
Don't ask Jean Mayer how old he is. Americans have a funny stigma about age, he said. Over here, age puts you in a box. He's not fond of boxes.
A few favorite Taos spots to take your children this summer!
Outside music travels like a beautiful ribbon throughout Taos air every summer. For the first time, Taos welcomes mega star Sting who will play at Kit Carson Park on Sept. 2. Whether your jam is rock, Americana, opera or something else, you'll hear it here.
Two grand pleasures - great food and splendid views - are as celebrated and abundant here as the Northern New Mexico sunshine. And in Taos, there is no shortage of either.
It was the summer of 1929 when Georgia O’Keeffe and good friend and fellow artist Rebecca “Beck” Strand (later Salsbury James) packed their bags for the Land of Enchantment. It was a long, but seemingly necessary journey from The Big Apple to the Big Sky.
The Historic Taos Inn, originally made up of several adobe homes surrounding a small plaza, dates from the 1800s. Dr. Thomas Paul Martin came to Taos in the 1890s as the first and only physician. He …
Born in 1934, Killinger learned to ski in Germany on skis made of ash wood in the days before chair lifts. He remembers his father, who was an avid skier, coming home in 1942 on furlough from the German army and taking him skiing in the Bavarian mountains.