Taos Secrets,
Revealed

A collection of stories, legends and lore from Taos Ski Valley

The Ridge

Four athletes, four perspectives. Where will your journey up (and down) the Ridge take you?

Jonesing for Taos

What’s it like to explore a new zone after 30+ years of snowboarding? Big mountain rider Jeremy Jones takes you there.

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Photo by: Jimmy Chin

Kachina Dreams

For the Boris family, the spirit of Taos runs three generations deep, but their affection for Kachina Peak is infinitely immeasurable.

Taos is about as serious as it gets. It's one of the steepest mountains I've been to in the Lower 48.

Jeremy Jones

Homegrown & Handmade

One part skier, one part artist, Taos ski patroller Malia Reeves explains how growing up in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains is a canvas of inspiration.

On the Rooftop of New Mexico

Can you spot these 10 objects from the summit of Kachina Peak?

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Photo by: Grant Gunderson

That moment when you look out on the world from the Ridge... It's tough to explain in conventional terms, but when someone is standing there, they get it. It doesn't take a whole lot more explanation.

Dave Hahn

Of Mountain and Man

It’s never easy. But that’s the point. Why international mountain guide Dave Hahn calls Taos Ski Valley home.

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Chasing Solitude

There’s a special place at the edge of Taos Ski Valley where the mountain feeds the soul, and its wild spirit reflects what’s deep within the heart.

10 Rules of the Ridge

Hiking the Ridge is a rite of passage, but ascending into powder nirvana comes with its own set of commandments.

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Family. Values.

From family-run to family-style, Hotel St. Bernard owner Jean Mayer has a reputation for keeping winder traditions alive, generation after generation.

Bottling the Spirit of Taos

Liquid courage grows on trees. How the fabled martini tree legend came to be.

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Steins, Spätzle and the Southwest

What it looks like when two ski worlds converge.

There is such impressive terrain and beauty all around, and it motivates you to find a way to explore it deeper...to really feel and see what it is all about, no matter what equipment you are on.

Christina Bruno