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High Road to Taos Art Villages

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The High Road to Taos ends (or begins, depending on your perspective!) in Ranchos de Taos, three miles south of Taos Plaza.

The southern end of the High Road can be reached from Santa Fe. Take US Highway 285/84 North. Just past Pojoaque Pueblo's Cities of Gold Casino and the turn to Los Alamos, go right at the light onto State Road (SR) 503 East. Follow this two-lane road as it begins in the Pojoaque (pronounced "poh-WAH-kay") River Valley and winds through lovely old Territorial adobes and idyllic horse pastures. 

View a map of North Central New Mexico (254kb PDF) showing the High Road (and the low road) to Taos.

View a map of the Highroad Art Tour, 2016

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Google map of Highroad to Taos: Chimayo, Truchas, Penasco, Picuris, Los Ojos

High Road to Taos Art Villages

This string of small farms and tiny Spanish Land Grant villages include the artist communities of Penasco, Los Ojos, Truchas, Las Trampas and Chimayo.

Visit the High Road to Taos Art Villages website

Community Listings

Organizations
Arts
  • Ojo Sarco Pottery

    The gallery and studio of clay artists Kathy Riggs and Jake Wilson. Showing clay, glass, paintings, jewelry. visit site »

    Peñasco Theatre

    Originally built in 1940 and situated in the small rural village of Penasco, this theatre offers special performances, movies, classes in aerials, physical theatre, poetry, and the visual arts. visit site »

    Art for the Heart

    Fine Folk Fiber and Clay Arts at community art resource center in Penasco on The High Road. Inspirational gallery, workshops, and gardens. visit site »

    Gaucho Blue Gallery

    Artwork by Lise Poulsen, Nick Beason, Michael Vigil and other contemporary NM artists. visit site »

  • High Road Artisans Association

    Our mission is to enhance the economic viability of the artists and artisans of the rural communities along the High Road to Taos in Northern New Mexico. visit site »