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Full Day of Family Fun


Stay the night & Explore More

The Blake at Taos Ski Valley is the ideal spot to stay when exploring this exhilarating region. With Taos Ski Valley as your starting point, you and your family will have endless opportunities for exploration and excitement.


1. Start your morning on the water or high in the sky | 9:00AM

Breakfast is definitely the most important meal of the day because whether you want to start your day off rafting the Rio Grande or you want to see this region from a new height while rock climbing, you’re going to want to be well-fueled. No matter what you choose, you and your family are in for a morning of thrills and experiences that will last you a lifetime.


2. Afterwards, grab lunch in downtown Taos | 1:00PM

After your exciting morning, you’ve earned a good meal and the options are abundant in downtown Taos. Foodies have been traveling to Taos for decades in order to enjoy the diverse options that this region provides. After lunch make sure you take some time to explore the historic Taos Plaza where shops and art galleries are abundant and you will almost definitely find a keepsake to go home with.

3A. Next, sneak in an afternoon hike to Williams Lake | 2:45PM

Discover Williams Lake in all its summertime glory. This intermediate-level, four-mile round trip hike from The Bavarian is forested with aspen, Englemann and blue spruce, western white fir, and rarely seen red fir and bristlecone pine. Once there you’ll find lush meadows are colored with countless varieties of wildflowers and plants.

3B. Or take a Scenic Lift Ride | 3:00PM

Taos Ski Valley's easiest and most relaxing way to escape the heat and enjoy the mountain scenery. Take in the spectacular views, blue skies and clear mountain air while riding the chairlift.


4. Return to The Blake & RSVP for Dinner at 192 | 6:00PM

Before and after outdoor adventure, this is your space to connect while savoring shareable dishes and inspired wines. Centered around a communal kiva fireplace, this inviting, intimate dining and social hub radiates international flare—rustic European alpine architecture folded into colorful New Mexican design.