If you want to ski in Taos, head there between November and April. Otherwise, stick to spring or fall to make this trip, as summers can be excessively hot (trust us).
Read on to learn about all of the best stops on this New Mexico road trip!
If you’re a history buff, the Pueblo town of Taos is an absolute must-see. And if you’re a skier, you’re still in the right place! Taos is close to a nearby ski valley, making it the perfect place to escape the otherwise typical desert heat.
Truth or Consequences’ two claims to fame are its legendary hot springs and the fact that its unusual name came from a radio show. Truth or Consequences is a small town with a laid-back vibe, thanks in no small part to its more than 70 natural hot springs.
What to do in Truth or Consequences
Where to eat in Truth or Consequences
Although it’s now called Highway 40, Route 66 was one of the most famous stretches of highway in America, and Tucumcari was the traditional starting point for any good road trip. The whole town exudes vintage charm and classic Americana.
Where to eat in Tucumcari
Why you need roadside assistance
So no matter where you are, or where you get stuck, Jerry can get you back on the road fast and on to your next destination.