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About Taos, New Mexico

If you’re looking for a ski vacation steeped in history, art and culture—a place where ancestry comes alive, then Taos New Mexico should be top-of-mind. As a cultural center comprised of Native American, Spanish, and Anglo traditions, a ski trip to Taos is like going to a faraway land. When driving into Taos, you’ll notice adobe buildings, art galleries and an authentic Native American Pueblo. The resort matches what the town’s culture has to offer with every kind of terrain imaginable at Taos Ski Valley, from steep bumps and ridgeline chutes to open bowls and long groomers.

Taos resides in the famed Sangre de Cristo mountain range at an altitude of 8,000-plus feet. The high elevation, combined with New Mexico’s arid climate yields bone-dry champagne powder. Every type of skier will enjoy a Taos ski vacation, thanks to its four resorts: Angel Fire, Red River, Sipapu and Taos.

Stay

... in the newly revamped Taos Ski Valley base area

Ski

... the wild terrain off Kachina Peak

Travel

... here by flying into the Albuquerque International Airport

Enjoy

... Taos' genuine, unassuming atmosphere

Explore

... the hike-to steeps off Taos' Highline Ridge

Taste

... authentic German cuisine at the Bavarian Restaurant

Treat

... yourself to a spa day at nearby Oja Caliente

Experience

... the best skiing New Mexico has to offer

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Ski Taos

Taos' 12,481-foot Kachina Peak is now lift accessible. A new lift has been installed to the formerly hike-to peak. Kachina Peak area is a playground for experts looking for face shots, moguls, chutes, cornices, and steep glades. And if challenging skiing isn't your thing, that’s OK, Taos has miles of groomed slopes. Beginners will be delighted to discover that they can experience all the iconic views of Taos, since the green runs aren't relegated to the bottom of the mountain. First timers also have ample facilities and “learn to ski” zones located at the base of the mountain, ensuring they can learn in a comfortable manner.

Mountain Stats

3293'

Vertical Drop

9207'

Base Depth

12450'

Summit Depth

TERRAIN

1294ac

Total Acres

14

Total Lifts

0mi

Longest Run

Trails

15

Beginner

16

Intermediate

39

Expert

Activities

TerrainPark

No

Tubing

No

Night Skiing

No

Taos Ski Packages

If Taos Ski Valley sounds like the winter destination you've been dreaming of, start the booking process today. We're here to help you make the process easy as possible. You can book your entire Taos ski package with the help of one of our Mountain Travel Experts.

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