Taking Your Time To Taos

Most travelers between Santa Fe and Taos opt for the fast route along the Rio Grande River. But in the fall, when yellow cottonwoods shade the road and strings of red chilis, called ristras, hang from the eaves of adobe houses, the 70-mile-long high road to Taos makes for an enchanting journey into New Mexico's colonial past.

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