Gold Pan Motel

Address: 50 Therma Dr., Eagle Nest, New Mexico, 87718, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 50 Therma Dr., Eagle Nest, is near Cimarron Canyon State Park and Eagle Nest Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Eagle Nest

    Day 4 - Pueblo of Taos

    A travel blog entry by joergw on Jun 29, 2015

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... ago, although it has a more original look, and the tribes who live(d) here have one important different rule: inheriting their belongings to the oldest son, not daughter.

    Crossing the Rio Grande again, over the fascinating Gorge Bridge, the canyon view is breathtaking, almost like Grand Canyon.

    We learned that New Mexico's Taos area is also ...

    Tantalising Taos

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on May 27, 2015

    2 comments, 64 photos

    ... gorge - which is unfortunately noted as a suicide spot - there's even a call button in the middle of the bridge encouraging people to make contact with one of the help organisations. I think the other thing which enthralled us was the idea of the pioneers making it over the mountains onto this huge prairie - and then continuing across the flatlands which look to go for miles and then discovering this river 600 feet down a massive gorge - how in the hell ...

    The High Road to Taos

    A travel blog entry by grapesofwrath on May 26, 2013

    13 photos

    We were bound and determined to make it to Taos during this trip, despite the distance from Albuquerque. We weren't totally sure what to expect, but headed out early on Sunday morning to begin the adventure.

    Past Santa Fe, we took the turnoff for the High Road to Taos. Along the route were little towns and villages, high desert, mountains, and forests. The route goes through the Sangre de Cristo ...

    The Scenic Route

    A travel blog entry by thebrocks on Jan 20, 2013

    11 photos

    ... as the sun was setting behind a row of mountains. Lots of pinks and purples and orange streaks where the ridges cut down the slopes. After getting set up in our motel, we headed back into town to a local restaurant and brewery. Ashley had local Trout, and i had ribs. Once again, we stuffed ourselves silly, and got some brews for friends we intend to see soon.  Tomorrow we will head to Mesa Verde to see Native American cliff dwellings and do some hiking.  The ...

    4 seasons in a day on epic 142.4 mile ride to Taos

    A travel blog entry by cndashton on Sep 29, 2012

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... strong in the last 40 miles. We crossed the Rio Grande and turned into a strong head wind so I tucked in behind him for a slow, gruelling last 16 miles. All my senses were screaming to get off the bike because by now everything was hurting. Daylight was fading as we reached Taos. For the last 2 miles I was crying on the bike from a mixture of exhaustion and relief that we'd both made it through an epic day.