Conditions in Valle Escondido remain very icy. While plows have been out, it is hard to keep up with the ice because it reaches 35 degrees during the day and freezes hard at night. If you don’t have 4WD and snow/mud tires, you might not make it up some roads. Buy some chains, bring shovels, buy some kitty litter and salt for traction.
_For questions or comments, email [email protected]
The Valle experienced a dumpster fire late night on 11/22. Rio Fernando responded quickly and put the fire out. We ask that all homeowners and their guests be educated about the proper disposal of fireplace and woodstove ashes. Below is a reminder from Rio Fernando.
If you have questions/suggestions/concerns for Valle Escondido HOA, please email Kathy DeLucas at [email protected]
September Mountain Monitor is now available online.
Valle Escondido Private FacebookPage
This new page has been set up by Wanda Macpherson & is PRIVATE for our Property Owners’. This will be a great way for "just" the Valle crowd to share things with each other. We have a lot of new members in the Valle and this will be a great way to connect.
- If you would like to join this group, send your email address and your cabin address to: [email protected] You can send photos to Wanda so she can change the page images frequently. We can share ideas, stuff for sale, fun things happening.
- What we would like to skip are: Political postings. (They will be removed)
- Treat everyone as you would like to be treated.
If you are not on Facebook, we are sorry. We are unaware of another platform we can use to accomplish this goal. Much of this same information will also be on our webpage - just not in such a timely fashion.
link to the page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/778856652919562
You may also type in Valle Escondido Homeowners' Group in the FB Search window.
You can also use the Join the Group link on the webpage.
Stay current on Valle Escondido Golf Course and Clubhouse events by subscribing to our email list.
Check the white board outside the clubhouse for the status of the slash pile .
- Click Homeowners under Pages at the top right of this page for more info
28 Lodge Road
Taos, New Mexico 87571
Valle Escondido, Spanish for Hidden Valley, is a northern New Mexico community nestled in the Sangre de Cristo mountains at an elevation of about 8500 feet. The community is made up of permanent and part-time residents with a variety of interests and backgrounds who share a love of this place. Besides the beautiful scenery and weather, Valle Escondido is a perfect place for golf and has a nine-hole course which is open to the public. The “walking-only” course is great for all levels of players. Watering is restricted to the tee boxes and the greens, leaving the fairways to rely on mother nature for water. The whole course is groomed and maintained to insure it plays as well as possible. This type of maintenance respects the environment as well as the history of the sport. The Clubhouse, with a full bar and a deli operation, is a welcome oasis after a round or anytime you want food, drinks and fun. Come play with us!
Click here for a Map of the area.