Taos

In a Different State

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MCM Eleganté Lodge & Resort in Ruidiso

MCM Eleganté Lodge & Resort in Ruidiso CREDIT Village of Ruidiso

New Mexico’s mountain towns provide an environment like none other—a mix of rich culture, artistic influences, and scenic beauty sure to boost your team’s creativity.

“It’s something that’s in the air, it’s just different. The sky is different, the stars are different, the wind is different,” noted American modernist Georgia O’Keeffe when describing the mountainous terrain of New Mexico. The renowned painter was captivated by—and for good reason—the Land of Enchantment, which reflects the intersection of cultures over the years. 

Taos Celebrated Major Milestones

As one of the country’s oldest art colonies in the United States, Taos is recognizing the 100th anniversary of the formation of Taos Society of Artists with celebrations on July 15, which falls between the 30th annual Taos Pueblo Pow Wow and the Spanish celebration of Fiestas de Taos, and throughout the year.

Taos Offers History, Arts and Mountain Recreation

TAOS, NEW MEXICO’S ARTS AND SKIING MECCA, represents different things to different people. It all depends how you look at it: in a gallery, from the top of a mountain or back in time. The history here gives Plymouth Rock a run for its money. The Taos Valley was settled by the Spanish in the 1600s, and the historic plaza has been the centerpiece of town since the late 1700s.

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