Looking for a taste of Taos? Your friends at the Sun God Lodge have the inside track on all the best places in Taos! Our friendly front desk staff can make the reservations for you to get you set up with all the fun and adventure you can handle! For more information or to make reservations for any of these activities, give us a call at 800.821.2437 or follow the links below.
Golf Taos Country Club Measuring 7032 yards from the back tees, this Jep Wille design tests the skills of the best golfers, while its gently rolling terrain and four sets of tees make the course enjoyable for all players. This magnificent layout was even awarded a four-star rating by Golf Digest.
Tennis Taos Spa & Tennis Club offers one of the most comprehensive tennis programs in the area featuring private, semi-private and group lessons for adults and juniors. Our program also offers weekly clinics, mixers and socials, tournaments and challenge ladders.
Rafting Putting People and Rivers Together, Since 1976. Far Flung Adventures, the Rio Grande’s premier river outfitter, invites you to experience a southwestern wilderness river adventure. Your destination is the whitewater rafting rivers of the spectacular Southern Rockies, the Sangre de Cristo and San Juan Mountains.
Fly Fishing Taos Fly Shop offers some of the best equipment available at affordable prices. With thousands of flies available as well as fly tying materials, they're not only a great place to buy your flies, they also lead guided fly fishing tours!
Hot Air Ballooning Gently gliding on the soft desert winds into the Gorge in the basket of a colorful hot air balloon, with the Sangre de Cristo Mountains as a backdrop, this is the premier hot air balloon flight of the state of New Mexico. From snow covered mountains in the Winter, baby coyotes and deer in the Spring, blossoming flowers, bushes and cacti in Summer to colorful Fall foliage -- there is ALWAYS majestic beauty everywhere! See it all from the basket of a hot air balloon with Pueblo Balloon Company!
Llama Tours Wild Earth Llama Adventures offers custom designed single and multi-day llama treks and gourmet lunch day hikes for all ages and fitness levels. Their friendly, knowledgeable guides and "llovable" llamas will help you create the wilderness experience of a lifetime.
Scenic Railroad Hidden away in a little-known corner of the southern Rocky Mountains is a precious historic artifact of the American West. Built in 1880 and little changed since, the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is the most spectacular example of steam era mountain railroading in North America.
Rock Climbing Mountain Skills Rock Climbing Guides offers guided rock climbing trips to the best rock climbing destinations in Taos and Santa Fe, New Mexico as well as all over the world. Whether you are a first time beginner or a seasoned veteran, you will be led by their professional, friendly, and experienced staff through an enjoyable experience where you can relax and climb with confidence.
4th of July fireworks
July 4, 2009
The Sun God Lodge is the best place to celebrate your Fourth of July. Our lovely grass courtyard has the best view in town for Taos's impressive fireworks extravaganza. Enjoy the Independence Day festivities like you were meant to: relaxing and grilling out (FREE hot dogs and beverages provided). Make your reservations TODAY! Space is limited.
TAOS POW WOW
July 10-12, 2009
One of the most popular events in town, the Taos Pow Wow is gathering of the Native American Nations. It is a celebration commemorated with traditional dance and drumming competitions. Come enjoy a culturally entertaining evening at the Taos Pow Wow.
FIESTA DE TAOS
July 24-26, 2009
Fiesta de Taos is a tradition passed from generation to generation, a way of preserving the rich tri-culture that has developed in Taos over the last four centuries; encompassing both pueblo and plains Indians, Spanish explorers, conquistadores, French fur trappers and American mountain men. Fiestas are a time when young and old come together to share stories and fellowship. Visitors from all over attend the Fiestas to enjoy a cultural experience that only Taos can provide. Come enjoy a celebration of the Taos people, Taose’os, and a happy time of delicious northern New Mexican cuisine, indigenous dance, Spanish folk music and so much more.
Taos Mountain Music Festival
August 15th 2009
It's happening. The 1st Annual Taos Mountain Music Festival will take place at the Ski Valley August 15th 2009. It sounds like there is going to be a great line up with music for everyone. Bands will be announced shortly so scratch the date on your calendar and look forward to a great day out.
TAOS Summer of Love
This summer is sure to be a memorable one during the 2009 Taos Summer of Love. There are over 300 events scheduled, including Dennis s art work (plus Larry Bell, Ron Cooper, Ronald Davis, Ken Price and Robert Dean Stockwell) on display at the Harwood Museum of Art, live concerts, parades, motorcycle rallies, shopping specials, a Hippie Homecoming, readings and lectures, art shows, and so much more. Plus a new $10 round trip shuttle to get you from Santa Fe to Taos!
Skiing / Snowboarding
Taos Ski Valley Ernie Blake founded Taos Ski Valley in 1955. From a camper in the base area where they lived, the Blakes began to build what is now a world-class ski resort. Taos Ski Valley remains one of the few family owned and operated ski resorts in North America. To this day it is still run by the founders' children and grandchildren. Because of this long tradition of family, no other ski resort can make you feel as welcome.
Angel Fire Ski Resort Winter is back in New Mexico. Witness mountains of blessed powder under startling bluebird skies. Angel Fire is that most welcome break from your ordinary family getaway. Come up for air.
Ski Santa Fe Ski Santa Fe is nestled high in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains just 16 miles from the heart of historic Santa Fe, New Mexico. With a base area elevation of 10,350 feet, Ski Santa Fe is among the highest ski areas in the continental United States. Our New Millennium Triple Chairlift will take snow sport enthusiasts to a new height of 12,075 feet and some of the southwest's finest skiing. The vistas atop Ski Santa Fe are unsurpassed and act as the gateway for thrills including steep bump runs, powder filled chutes, gladed tree-skiing, and plenty of groomers.