Road trips are one of the best adventure sources because of the freedom of stopping anywhere when you spot an amazing scenery or a diner surrounded by warm and intriguing smell of bacon. For your road trip from Denver to Taos, these spots are the best to enjoy such moments.
Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame
Let out the cowboy in you by visiting the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame. This museum has the capability to fuel your spirit and amaze you with the mentions of some of the greatest cowboys in the history of the great West.
Garden of the Gods
Garden of the Gods is a National Natural Landmark of US, 1,367 acres of beautiful land full of hills and huge rocks towering out of the ground about 300 feet above the ground. There are quite a few hiking trails for you to choose from based on the time you want to spend in the garden. So, tired of driving for so long? Stretch your legs a bit.
Driving for about one and a half hour from Colorado Springs will bring you the remarkable Bishop’s Castle. Unbelievable fact about the iron fortress is that the castle has been built entirely by a single person. The project took 60-years and is deemed as a tribute to hardworking men by Mr. Bishop himself. Entrance to the castle is free, so please do have a visit.