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Discover Taos: Summer/Fall 2022
 
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Here we are, getting back to basics after all our worlds were interrupted by COVID-19. Now is the moment to get outside and reinvigorate a vital love of the outdoors. There is no better way to reboot and return outside than joining one of America’s fastest growing sports, rock climbing!

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With the rapids coming fast and the spray up all around, there is little time to talk. We are entering the Souse Hole: the last large rapid on the Racecourse section of the Rio Grande. The black basalt rocks loom up ahead and river guide Che Pirozak-Lillick calls out “Forward one. Again. Again,” and we paddle, attempting to maneuver our raft into the correct position to pass through Souse Hole without flipping over. We already know that many of the rafts that pass through this section in…

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Cruising around Taos, you might wonder if the skunk you smell is the black and white variety or one that’s decidedly greener. That’s because New Mexico legalized recreational adult-use cannabis in the June 2021, and weed went on sale on April 1. The Enchanted Circle now plays host to tokers from around the state, as well as visitors from farther afield.

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What comes to mind when you think of Vintage Taos style?  If your answer is that it's more of a feeling and an ode to an older way of life, then you are on the right track. Southwest style is as unique as the area and as unique as the person styling it. It takes its cue from the many cultures and traditions that have survived for hundreds of years in Northern New Mexico.  

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Off the well-beaten path of popular Taos center sites, Ranchos de Taos is a must-see for visitors and locals alike. Most famously known as the location of St. Francis de Asis church and the old adobe buildings that surround the Ranchos plaza, RB Ravens Gallery sits just across the street as an ambassador of Native American and early southwest art that welcomes all to visit.

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Like everywhere, Taos felt the impacts of the pandemic, but this spunky mountain town took the lemons handed to it and made a pitcher of the proverbial lemonade. Just visit the historic downtown district and you’ll find its reputation as the premier American art colony is more robust than ever. How, you might ask, did artists and galleries manage to have their best years? The answer is twofold.

 
 
 
 
 
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