If you have never seen a gorge bridge, you should definately see it. Not far out of town and and amazing sight!
1 - 10 of 2,689 reviews
There are no words to describe the beauty. We arrived just as the sun was setting. We were all exhausted after rock climbing and rafting but we were definitely not disappointed.
A quick ride from the main part of Taos to take a look is totally worth it. Just park in the lot next to the bridge and walk across for some great views.
Came from Carson National Forrest and the Earthship structures, I made a left to continue onto US Route 64. Immediately to the right is a rest stop not to be confused with a visitor center. Parking was really bad. For starters, there were street vendors...More
The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge is worth a brief stop to view the deep gorge it crosses. It's a great photo op. I did notice a number of individuals stop on the western approach and walk to the edge of the parking lot for a...More
This is a pretty amazing bridge and worth seeing if you also happen to be in the area. Reccomend stopping at the Rest Area (on the west end of the bridge) to park then take a walk across the bridge. Along the way there are...More
Doesn't look like anything special at the approach.... until you drive over! Then get out of the car and walk over that bridge.... what an awesome view. Pay close attention to the ridgeline and you may see the elk moving down the ridge. Very cool.
Whether it was the city of taos or the Pueblo, some genius decided to block access to the gorge bridge with traffic barriers. You can park at the rest area now and slide down a nonexistent sidewalk, or try to pull over in one of...More
With spectacular views of the bridge as ir spans the deep Rio Grande Gorge. Just 10 miles from Taos too. This bridge is relatively recent (1968). Before it was built wagon trains had to be ferried across on rafts after descending down a narrow trail...More
Park your car at the rest area and be sure to use the facilities before heading out onto the bridge just in case it scares the *bleep* out of you. Okay, seriously, it's a fun adventure to head out to the lookout points on the...More