High Feather Ranch Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews High Feather Ranch Bed and Breakfast Cerrillos
Travel Blogs from Cerrillos
... 2 and 3, #4 was child's play. And then I was there - inside the Alcove House, used by pueblo people some 600 years ago. The view was amazing even though I was actually trembling, partly from the physical effort of getting there and partly from adrenalin and partly, I admit, from the fear of being up there on an unguarded ledge above a sheer drop.
Going down took less physical effort - the major challenge being that the wooden rungs had been heated by the fierce sun to ...
... midday hours as we approached the higher mesas and their cliffs. Our approach into Santa Fe's airport started out aiming for one runway, before the wind backed suggesting the use of a second runway. Despite being at 6,300ft above sea level the landing turned out to be smooth and not as fast as expected and we stopped in good time to make the turn-off onto the main apron and the FBO we had chosen to look after us for the next couple of days. Reuben and Lucas directed us ...
... about the Indian culture. It was very well done and we spent a few hours learning their history....as Liz says putting the pieces together. Afterwards we went to old town Santa Fe to see the places we had missed yesterday. Over the weekend there is an annual giant market. Visitors come from all around the world to buy Indian jewellery. There is dancing and celebrations over the weekend. We are off to 'Four Corners' ...
... development site for the atomic bomb, he scientists and engineers all lived on site. Children who were born in the area did not have an address recorded on their birth certificates, only a common post office box. From here we drove up in to the top of the Cerro Grande mountain range to a height of 2550m before defending back down into Valles Caldera, the centre of a volcano which last erupted 1,000,000 years ...
... plaza is filled with tacky souvenir shops. There was very little of interest and we soon lost decided to move on. Driving out of Taos we headed along the valley then higher to the ski area of Angel Fire. Set in a wide high valley. We bought water and continued on a tiny narrow road down to Mora. The scenery lovely. Rural and forestry. Looking for somewhere to get a coffee but nowhere at Mora so we continued down from the mountains towards ...