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Getting Here

DRIVING
DIRECTIONS
TO Taos

The Stakeout
101 Stakeout Dr.
Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557›

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From Albuquerque
drive time: ~2 1/4 hrs

Take I-25 north towards Santa Fe. Take exit 276B for Highway 599, the Santa Fe Bypass and Veteran's Memorial Highway. Take the Espanola/Taos exit and continue north on Highway 285/84. Drive through Espanola staying on the main road, Highway 285 and 84 heading northwest. After approximately 1.5 hours,  the road will become Highway 68. Once enjoying the beautiful drive on Highway 68 for another 45 minutes, lookout for the Iconic Stakeout Cowboy hat to your right on Stakeout Drive. Make a Right and Follow the road for approximately 1 mile following The Stakeout Directional Signs 


From Durango, Colorado
drive time : ~4 hrs

Take Highway 160 to Highway 84 east for approximately 3 hours. As your cross the Colorado / New Mexico border, look out for wild horses as well as the sign for Chama , take Highway 84 East until it becomes possible to make a left at Highway 68 towards Taos.  Once enjoying the beautiful drive on Highway 68 for another 45 minutes, lookout for the Iconic Stakeout Cowboy hat to your right on Stakeout Drive. Make a Right and Follow the road for approximately 1 mile following The Stakeout Directional Signs 


From Denver / Colorado Springs
Drive Time From Denver : ~5 Hrs; Colorado Springs : ~4 Hrs; Pueblo : ~2 1/2 Hrs

Take and follow E-470 and I-25 south for approximately 2 ½  hours taking exit 50 towards Colorado Highway 160. Continue to follow all Highway 160 signs through the quaint border towns for 2 more hours turning left and entering New Mexico at CO-150 South.  Take CO-150 South for approximately 30 more minutes until it becomes NM-522 South. Turn Right onto  US-64 west. This will take you through the Town of Taos for another 25 minutes. Lookout for the Iconic Stakeout Cowboy hat to your left on Stakeout Drive.  Make a Right and Follow the road for approximately 1 mile following The Stakeout Directional Signs