Taos Adventure starts on the “High Road” taking guests to Chimayo, a traditional weaving village with award-winning weavers. The “miraculous dirt”, located around the grounds of the famous 19th-century Santuario de Chimayo, attracts thousands of pilgrims each year for its healing powers. The journey continues as guests travel to towns Cordova, Truchas,and Ojo Sarco all of which have beautiful galleries selling woodcarvings, pottery, rugs, and other local art and crafts. The road winds through the Carson National Forest and ends in Taos Pueblo, where guests are invited to enjoy the museums, galleries, shops, restaurants, and historic parts of Taos before enjoying the “Low Road” drive back to Santa Fe along the Rio Grande. The Rio Grande travels along a river that offers churning waters, river rafters and kayakers are often seen riding the thrilling waves. As the river comes to an end, farmland emerges and roadside stands offer seasonal Chile, fruit, and other locally-grown foods. The Taos Adventure is a special experience for those loving adventure, history, and local culture.