We offer discounts on ski tickets, ski rentals, lodging, by owner rentals, and apres ski ideas for Taos, New Mexico. Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico has light dry powder, and is renowned for some expert terrain you actually... have to hike to. With the combination of Hispanic and Pueblo Indian cultures, this is one of the more interesting places to go ski - can't avoid the cultural part too!
112 Sutton Place, Taos Ski Valley, NM 87525
"The location couldn't be better. Step into your skis right outside the door, drift about a 100 feet down hill to the lift and you are off. When the day is over, you ski right up to the same door and store your keys right inside. I can't imagine a more convenient ski-in ski-out arrangement.
My price included a breakfast, lunch and dinner. " great reviews - map
Trip Advisor #FKN3482331 Taos Ski Valley has always been famous for its short lift lines, great snow, world-class ski schools, and challenging terrain. This 2/2 ski in/ski out condo sleeps 6 and offers guests luxury vacation accommodations, an ideal location near the Children’s Center and the Ernie Blake Ski School, underground parking, personal boot lockers with dryers, complementary ski valet service, a day spa and an on-site full-service ski shop.
A day of skiing and snowboarding has never been so easy for the whole family to enjoy! 2 great reviews - calendar - map - (scroll down for map and availability)
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Taos Ski Valley blends Swiss/French/Austrian founders' roots with the traditions and customs of the local Hispanic and Pueblo Indian cultures and comes up with something unique and almost magical. Home of extreme skiing in the U.S., Taos' terrain was first tamed by founder Ernie Blake. But, it is not just a resort for experts, having loads of beginner and intermediate runs, and one of the nation's best ski schools. It also has an excellent children's day care and ski facility, some superb lodges, and beautiful scenery. Until 2008, Taos was one of only four resorts in America that prohibited snowboarding. Known as the “un-resort-resort” because of its laid-back vibe, Taos is served by 13 lifts that provide access to 1,294 skiable acres. If you like it steep and deep, Taos Ski Valley will satisfy you. Due to its location in the Southern Rockies, Taos sees both epic snow and many bluebird days.