Atop a sun-baked mesa in New Mexico sits the “oldest continuously inhabited” community in North America. The Acoma Pueblo have lived here for more than 1,000 years, and some 300 mud-brick and sandstone structures with no electricity or running water are still used today.
Two hikers on the Devisadero Peak Trail near Taos find much more than wildflowers and panoramic views while hiking in New Mexico.
Earthships are not your traditional house. They are completely off the grid. Experience what it’s like to live off rain water and the energy of the sun
A traveler gains new perspective while hot air ballooning over the mountains and Rio Grande River in Taos, New Mexico.
Put the kids in the cage and head out into sweet powder. Just leave the snowboard and après-ski attitude at home.