We decided to do a day trip from Santa Fe to Taos and back, had read much info online, started up the High Road as per instructions. Some of the views are indeed nice, but do not do this trip for possible shopping, very disappointing. Not many shops along the way, very few galleries. Had read about some of the... 更多
We stayed in Sante Fe for a few days and decided to drive to Taos. The drive is approximately 90 minutes but so worth it. Start in the morning and take the high road. make your first stop at Chimayo, a Roman Catholic Church which is a National Historic Landmark, built of adobe with a bell tower on each side.... 更多
Beautiful and unexpected views. Anyone staying in Sante Fe that does not drive this road has missed a great opportunity. The scenery is simply stunning.
This was very nice. We left from Taos and first went to rancho de taos, and then took the high road to chimayo and then back, since we had gone to santa fe the day before. Before you go download a tour guide which was easy to find online. You won't have cell service in many areas and you want... 更多
We took a day trip from Santa Fe to Taos with the kids. We took the high road going there. It is a wonderfully scenic drive through the mountains. The day we went there was very little traffic. Two minor inconveniences were you need to follow the signage because your phone won't get service in places and it adds about... 更多
Make sure when you come from Santa Fe you start at the beginning of the high road and not in the middle. It is a beautiful, peaceful and amazing drive. Beautiful views and lots of stops to take a closer look. Plan in a little extra time, especially when you hit the last stretch from Penasco to Taos. Breathtakingly beautiful.
Take your time and enjoy a step back to a slower way of life. Stop and enjoy the charm of Chimayo. Attend mass at El Santuario of Chimayo. It is a great day well spent.
Drove the high road from Taos to Santa Fe. Very scenic drive through the mountains and high desert. Lots of small villages along the way with many opportunities to stop and shop or take photos. Route is only a few minutes longer than the low road, (more direct route) between the two cities.
As someone who was not familiar with the High Road and the Low Road to Taos, I had no idea what to expect. To ease the minds of people like me, the High Road from Santa Fe involves taking route 84 to route 503 to route 76 to route 75 to route 518. That sound complicated, I know, but it's... 更多
A beautiful, leisurely way to spend a day just taking in the local color! Driving through remote, historic villages with breathtaking scenery and plenty of places to stop along the way for dining, galleries, shopping, hiking or just taking in the pristine beauty! It is not an exaggeration when you hear the descriptions of the pure light, the pure color,... 更多