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Taos to ABQ

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We will be traveling to New Mexico the first week of May. At the moment I am thinking that we will fly into ABQ and leave immediately for Santa Fe where we will spend 4 nights. We will then go on to Taos for 3 nights. How long is the drive from Taos to ABQ and what are the roads like? Should we attempt to do it on the same day we fly home ( we could take a 5 PM flight) or should we break the trip somewhere? Another possibility would be to spend 3 nights in Santa Fe, 2 nights in Taos, 1 night in Santa fe since Santa Fe to ABQ is a shorter trip.

We are open to itinerary suggestions and could even extend the trip for a few more days if someone has a good suggestions. We enjoy hiking, seeing beautiful scenery, enjoy history and hope to spend time exploring pueblos. We'd much rather be outdoors than in a car.

THanks

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