Taos Timeshares For Sale
Taos, New Mexico’s majestic natural beauty is matched only by its cultural and historical depth as a community. With discounted Taos timeshares for sale, you can connect with the Pueblo people who once called this area home, take a ski trip through the Taos Ski Valley, or plan your trip around an annual festival.
Tourism in Taos tends to vary seasonally, with a peak running from late spring through the summer months as people come for the activities and beautiful summer weather. If you want to avoid the crowds during your Taos timeshare vacation, then the off-season is typically in the fall and early winter months, but as the snow falls you can expect to see the winter travelers come out to play. Ski season typically runs into March, after which the trails open up for summer hikers and mountain bikers.
Amazing Native American History
The community's most famous attraction is the Taos Pueblo, which hosted a thriving community for over a thousand years and has the distinction of being both a National Historic Landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Later, Taos became one of western America's first Art Colonies, and echoes of that can be seen in Georgia O'Keefe paintings of the area, the Millicent Rogers Museum, and other well-known art museums around town.
Outdoor activities are a staple of staying at Taos timeshares, whether it is a ski trip through the Taos Ski Valley or touring historic destinations. The Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad tours are conducted in vintage trains and offer a look at the surrounding wilderness just as the earliest settlers had in the 1800s. In the Wild Rivers Recreational Area, you'll be able to gaze down into the abyss at the 800-foot Río Grande gorge, just above where the river connects with the Red River. The gorge also features the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, one of the largest and most beautiful steel bridges in North America.
Nightlife and Festivals
Nightlife in Taos is especially vibrant during the summer tourism season. You'll want to stroll along Taos Plaza for the live concerts, bars, and restaurants situated next door to daytime activities such as art galleries and historic Spanish Colonial architecture. The legendary Kit Carsen's home is now a museum near the Plaza, which offers valuable insight into the 19th century history of the town.
If you've brought the entire family along for a Taos timeshare vacation, the annual festivals are a great way to spend a day together. Rodeos, Wool Festivals, Balloon Festivals, and other events have attractions and booths set up for all ages which you can visit together. Many of the historical and outdoor attractions are enjoyable for older kids and adults alike, while younger kids have fun with hot air balloon rides, llama hikes, and pottery classes at the Taos Clay Studio.