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Enchanted Circle Drive

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Enchanted Circle Drive

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Magical Taos Adventure Discovery Scavenger Hunt

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Adventure lovers and Taos Detectives, get ready for a non traditional scavenger/detective hunt like nothing you have ever done before! This is a fun, challenging and IMMERSIVE journey through the Taos Plaza! Your creative journey will involve creative challenges, social interactions with locals and a detective hunt for history, art and culture clues.<br><br> Feel free to contact with any questions.<br><br>Tara, your hunt master will also design a special custom clue for groups of over 4. She also curates and designs custom hunts for proposals, birthday and wedding celebration as well as team building events.
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KKScippa wrote a review Oct 2020
Austin, Texas47 contributions7 helpful votes
Glad we made the drive around the circle. We went clockwise starting from Angel Fire, the drive from AF to Taos is amazing, the aspen trees were all yellow so it was extra special. Neat to see how the landscape changed so much from place to place. Lots of shopping in Taos if that's your thing and lots of art galleries. Lots of time can be spent in Taos. We stopped and ate lunch in Red River which was fun. Great little ski town, looks kind of like a german town. The red river running through is nice. Lots of action in RR. Monte Verde Lake in Angel Fire is a beautiful spot. All and all, I'd say take the drive. We stopped a few times and it took us about 4 hours, it was fun & beautiful!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Diane A wrote a review Oct 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina172 contributions71 helpful votes
Very pretty drive of about 1 1/2 hours. Interesting to see the change in landscape from the scrub brush of Taos to the mountain pass of Red River. Patches of yellow Aspen trees were the only seasonal changes in the beginning of Oct, but beautifully dotted the mountains. Take your time and stop along the roadside for Kodak moments occasionally. Stop in Elizabethtown to see the tiny museum and cemetery. Shop and eat in Red River. Definitely stop in Eagle Nest at the basket shop and the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial as you drive closer into Angel Fire. This is not a place but a 80 mile drive.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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CATHERINE85 wrote a review Oct 2020
San Antonio, Texas130 contributions53 helpful votes
recently went to Santa Fe & Taos for the fall foliage. Carson National forest delivered. We enjoyed hiking at Elliot Barker trail.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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WednesdayNightGirl wrote a review Sep 2020
McKinney, Texas1,197 contributions313 helpful votes
The circle of highways around Wheeler Peak and it’s surrounding mountain range goes through Angel Fire, Red River, Taos, Eagle Nest and Questa. It takes a couple of hours to make it all the way around but is. Pleasant drive and there are lots of fun places to stop.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Southwest_Gaucho wrote a review Jul 2020
Santa Fe, New Mexico897 contributions175 helpful votes
Excellent drive to see beautiful Northern New Mexico. Multiple opportunities to stop along the way in several towns, get some food, grab pictures, etc. No need to rush and pull over as needed for pictures.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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