Alpine Lodge & Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... point, there where swaths of yellow-leaved trees in 'rivulets' on a mountainside of darker coloured trees - I had not seen this effect before and it was spectacular.
- Great Twisty Road. Not since the coastal road in California and on a small section of the descent into Sedona have I been able to drive twisty roadslike this, in glorious sport mode. I admit there were a couple of sections where the car felt right on ...
Tuesday, June 4 – We left Taos and headed north and could see in the distance the Taos Mountain Ski Area. Taos Ski Valley is New Mexico's best downhill ski area and during the summer there are hiking trails throughout the forest. At the base of the mountain you can find condos, restaurants, bars and other lodging. It’s a real nice four season resort area.
The Carson National Forest was on our right driving ...
Dancing and Dining in Taos
After we left Abiquiu Lake, we took a back road we had not been on in before and ended up on a gravel road that dropped us down into the gorge of the Rio Grande at the old Taos Junction Bridge.
Our kayaking meetup was participating in a Spring Kayak Race and we had planned to join in and maybe do some paddling on the ...
... religion and way of life on the Indians the Indians revolted against the Spanish and were victorious (the Taos Pueblo Revolt). But then the Comanche Indians raided the area and the Taos Indians couldn't defend themselves against the attacks so made friends with the Spanish to create a bigger and stronger community. But they didn't want the Spanish living on top of them so the Spanish people settled in what is now the town of Taos in what is ...
... up (80 degrees) and we peeled off layers, chucking arm and leg warmers, gilets and buffs into the support van. Tom sadly had to stop after valiantly riding for 2 days with excrutiating back pain (from lifting his suitcase) which coupled with the altitude was making it difficult for him to breathe.
As we climbed, a huge black cloud hung overhead. We could see flashes of lightening and ...