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TAOS SKI VALLEY OPENING DAY

Today - Thu, November 23

Break in those new boots, wax your skis, tune your board because it is that time of year again! Come celebrate Taos Ski Valley's 2017/18 Opening Day.

With a helping hand from the Snowmaking Crew, Taos Ski Valley is opening Thursday, November 23 with select terrain accessible by the Pioneer Lift. Pioneer Lift serves two beginner runs and a magic carpet. 

2017/18 Early Season Opening Schedule:
• Pioneer Lift open Thursday, November 23 to Sunday, November 26
• Pioneer Lift open Friday, December 1 to Sunday, December 3
• Resort open daily starting Friday, December 8 (conditions permitting, available lifts and terrain to be announced)

Pioneer Lift Ticket Rates:

  • Adult $25
  • Teen/Senior/Military/Service $15 
  • Youth $10 
  • Ages six and under and 80 and over ski free every day 
  • Taos Card holders will enjoy 50% of day tickets during this early season opening 

Lifts operate from 9 am to 4 pm. The world renown Ernie Blake Snowsports School will be offering adult and children’s ski and snowboard lessons. The terrain serviced by Pioneer Lift is ideal for those new to the sport as well as beginners with a goal of improving their skills.

Taos Ski Valley is offering a special offer for New Mexico residents over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. New Mexico Thanksgiving Getaway rates starting from $150++ for a deluxe king or queen (subject to availability, resort fee and taxes). Valid on stays between November 22 and 27.
Book online at SkiTaos.com | Promo Code: REDORGREEN or call Taos Central Reservations at 800.776.1111

Pray for Snow Party | Friday, November 24
Come raise a glass to Ullr and a snow-filled winter season.
From 5 pm to 8 pm and presented by Denver-based 10 Barrel Brewing Company
Live music featuring Ry Taylor and Taos bluegrass jam band, The Noseeums
Plus, get your Martini Tree Mug Club Mug and enjoy $2 draft beers all winter. 

Eats & Drinks | Nov. 23 to 26 and Dec. 1 to 3

  • 192 - Open daily from 7 am to 10 am for breakfast; 11 am to 9 pm for lunch/dinner. Non-Thanksgiving Seatings still available!
  • Tenderfoot Katie's - Open from 7:30 am to  10:30 am for breakfast; 11am  to 1:30 pm for lunch 
  • Martini Tree - Open 10 am to 8 pm 

More Special Offers | Nov. 23 to 26

  • Receive 25% off any service or retail items at The Spa & Wellness Center. Call 575.776.5340 for reservations and reference "Pray for Snow".
  • Save 25% off any ONE regularly priced item at Taos Sports (excludes select brands)

Time: 9:00 AM


NEW YEAR'S EVE FESTIVITIES

Sun, December 31 - Sun, December 31

Ring in the 2018 New Year in style with our torchlight parade and fireworks display. The night will kick off at 5.30pm with a laser light show. Then watch as skiers make their way down the mountain in the dark with flares as their only means of light. Don't miss the spectacular fireworks display by Gemini Fireworks directly after the torchlight parade. 

After the fireworks, countdown to the New Year in the Martini Tree Bar. 

Time: 5:00 PM


PUBLIC DEMO DAYS

Fri, December 15 - Sat, December 16

Come demo the newest skis and snowboards on the market! Open to the public for two days (Friday 12/15 & Saturday 12/16) from 9.00AM — 3.00PM at the base of Lift #1. Registration is $10 for the two-day event. Registration will be located in the Looking Glass inside Tenderfoot Katie's at the base of Lift #1.

Time: 9:00 AM


FEMME DE FREERIDE

Fri, December 15 - Sun, December 17

Women mark your calendars for Femme de Freeride (formerly known as Women's Weekend), December 15th - 17th, 2017! Join us for a weekend full of on-hill and off-hill fun for females of all ages and abilities! 

This three days of events is open to women and girls of all ages and abilities. Registration will open soon.

Registration includes, but is not limited to:

  • Swag Bag
  • Breakfast
  • 2 Day Demo Day Entry ($10 for people not involved in Women's Weekend)
  • Ski & Ride Clinics
  • Snow Safety Clinic
  • Tuning Clinic
  • Yoga Classes

Schedule of events and more details to come soon.

Time: 8:00 AM


22nd ANNUAL BREWMASTERS FESTIVAL

Sat, January 06 - Sat, January 06

Join us for the 22nd Annual Brewmasters Festival! Come enjoy an afternoon sampling beer and tasting food from around the region. The festival will be held on Saturday, January 6th, 2018 from 4:30pm – 7pm in Tenderfoot Katie's and the Martini Tree Bar, located at the base of Lift #1. You will receive a Brewmasters Festival taster mug upon entry. 

The Brewmasters Festival is a 21 and over event, no infants or children. 

Time: 4:30 PM


5TH ANNUAL NOT FORGOTTEN OUTREACH WEEK

Tue, January 16 - Sun, January 21

Taos Ski Valley would like to thank the men and women of the Armed Services. The 5th Annual Not Forgotten Outreach Week will be held from January 16th - 21st, 2018. We would like to invite active duty military, Gold Star families, veterans and any family member with a military ID to come ski for $35/day. Free rentals and discounted group ski and snowboard lessons will also be available.

Taos Ski Valley would like to thank Not Forgotten Outreach for making this week possible. 

Ski & Snowboard Group Lessons:

Reservations will be required for the Children's Center. We are not accepting reservation yet. Reservations are not needed for Adult Group Lessons.

The following products will be offered at a discount for this event.

Children’s Center Group Lesson Prices:

Full Day for Pre-School, Grade School, Middle School & Childcare: $45

1/2 Day for Pre-School, Grade School, Middle School & Childcare: $35

*No discounts on private lessons

*$2 from each lesson will be donated to Not Forgotten Outreach

Adult Snowsports School Group Lesson Prices:

2.5 hour (AM or PM) Group Lesson: $30 (does not include lift ticket)

First Experience: $62 (includes lift ticket)

Novice: $62 (includes lift ticket)

*No discounts on private lessons

Adaptive Lessons:

We require advance reservations for all adaptive lessons. We strongly encourage you to make your reservations as early as possible to make certain that an appropriate instructor and any necessary equipment is available. Contact the Private Lesson Desk at Taos Ski Valley at snowsports@skitaos.com.

Appreciation Dinners:

Thursday, January 18th and Saturday, January 20th we will be hosting appreciation dinners for NFO Week participants. To sign up, please visit NFO in the Looking Glass when you arrive at Taos Ski Valley.

Lodging Specials:

We are accepting reservations at The Blake! Up to 50% off lodging at The Blake will be offered to active duty military, Gold Star families, veterans and family members with a military ID. To receive more information and/or book your room please call 1.888.432.5253.

*$3 from every military lift ticket sold will be donated to Not Forgotten Outreach. 

Please email Kaela, kaela.gillum@skitaos.com, if you have any additional questions.

Time: 9:00 AM


RANDO RAID: US SKI MOUNTAINEERING NATIONALS SPRINT RACE

Sat, February 03 - Sat, February 03

US Ski Mountaineering Nationals Individual Sprint Race 

  • Open to all racers
  • Saturday, February 3, 2018
  • Registration to open soon
  • Check in will open at 3.00pm at the Phoenix Lodge (on the backside of the mountain, at the base of Lift #4) 
  • Racers meeting will be held at 4.50pm at the start line
  • Race will begin at 5.00pm at the base of Lift #4
  • Awards will follow event in the Phoenix 
  • You may drive to the Phoenix, please note 4WD is required

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED! If interested please contact Kaela at kaela.gillum@skitaos.com.

Join us for the 5th Annual Rio Hondo Rando Raid on the COSMIC Race Series at Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico. This year the Rio Hondo Rando Raid will be home to the US Ski Mountaineering Nationals Sprint Race (February 3rd) and Team Race (February 4th). 

We are extremely excited for the sprint this year. Starting at 5:00PM each racer will race the sprint course in a time trial format. The racers will race alone and depart every 30-45 seconds. Depending on the total number of racers, 6-16 racers will advance to a semi final race (or just a final race if the group is small). The semi-finals will be raced ski-cross style with 6-8 racers racing at the same time. The top 3 racers from the semi finals will advance to the finals.

Registration to open soon.

The sprint course will have a a skinning section with several switchbacks, a booter, then another skinning section. The descent will be GS gates with a skate to the finish line. All racers will be required to carry packs, shovel, probes, beacons, and a jacket. Skis must be attached to the pack for the booter. All transitions must be completed in the transition zone (for example, you cannot ski out of the transition until your skins are in your suit).

Time: 4:30 PM


RANDO RAID: US SKI MOUNTAINEERING NATIONALS TEAM RACE

Sun, February 04 - Sun, February 04

Join us for the 5th Annual Rio Hondo Rando Raid on the COSMIC Race Series at Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico. This year the Rio Hondo Rando Raid will be home to the US Ski Mountaineering Nationals Sprint Race (February 3rd) and Team Race (February 4th). 

US Ski Mountaineering Nationals Team Race

  • THIS IS A 2 PERSON TEAM RACE!
  • Sunday, February 4, 2018
  • Registration to open soon
  • Day of check in will open at 6.30am in the Looking Glass inside Tenderfoot Katie's
  • Racers meeting will be held at 7.50am at the start line
  • Race will begin at 8.00am at the base of Lift #1
  • You may check in the night before at the Phoenix Lodge (on the backside of the mountain, at the base of Lift #4) from 3pm to 6pm

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED! If interested please contact Kaela at kaela.gillum@skitaos.com.

The race will have a Race Division, Recreation Division and a Juniors Division. The Race class will have around 8,000 vertical feet of climbing and descending. The Rec class will have approximately 3,000 vertical feet of climbing and descending. Juniors will follow the Rec course.

Registration to open soon.

“Race Category” Specific Rules and Gear Requirements:

  • RACE Cat will utilize a fixed line on course. Be prepared to use a VIA FERRATA kit (must have shock absorber and two lanyards & two carabineers), one additional lanyard, one hand ascender, (3 total locking carabineers ), harness
  • Racers are required to carry standard snow safety equipment: avalanche probe, avalanche shovel and 457 kHz avalanche beacons
  • A pack that can carry skis
  • Hydration source (bottle or bladder)
  • Goggles, helmet shield or sunglasses
  • Windproof upper body layer must be worn or carried in pack
  • Skis must be alpine style skis with metal edges (NO split boards), randonee or 75mm or NTN telemark bindings are acceptable.
  • Climbing skins

“Rec Category” Gear Requirements:

  • Racers are required to carry a hydration source (bottle or bladder)
  • Goggles, helmet shield or sunglasses
  • Windproof upper body layer must be worn or carried in pack
  • Rec participants must also be on alpine style skis or split boards with metal edges. Randonee, tech, telemark or split board bindings are all acceptable in this category
  • All participants are required to use climbing skins

General Rules and Information:

  • The race director reserves the right to delay the start, alter the course or cancel the race based on snow, weather and safety conditions.  
  • Racers are required to abide by all directives of the race staff and course marshals.  
  • The race will take place on an operational ski area and all racers are required to comply with any directions or directives of the ski area staff.
  • Racers are to give the right of way to the customers of the ski area, failure to do so will result in an immediate DQ. 
  • On uphill portions, racers are to stay in the established skin track or within 5 feet of the course markings.  On the downhill, racers are required to stay within 30 feet of course markings.  
  • Transitions must occur within 20 feet of transition point.  
  • Racers agree to possible equipment check before race and at the finish line.  
  • All racers regardless of category will have a ski retention device that can include brakes or a leash.
  • No lightweight Nordic gear is allowed in either category.
  • Helmets are required to be worn during the ENTIRETY of the race. (These can be bike, ski, climbing or ski mountaineering specific helmets). 
  • If you opt not to finish the race you MUST check in at a course marshal or at the finish area. Otherwise we will be out looking for you.
  • Racers should be prepared for variable weather including but not limited to snow, high winds and cold temperatures.  

Time: 7:00 AM


SHRED THE LOVE: K2 BUMPS CHALLENGE & PAINT FOR PEAKS

Sat, February 24 - Sat, February 24

Taos Ski Valley has once again joined forces with K2 to host a collaborative celebration of two unique fundraising events on Saturday, February 24, 2018 to benefit two breast cancer organizations: Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) – a non-profit, youth-focused education, awareness, and fundraising foundation whose mission is to increase awareness about breast cancer, the importance of early detection and the value of an active lifestyle; and the Anita Salas Memorial Fund – a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance for breast cancer services in New Mexico. Skiers, artists, families, and visitors are invited to spend a day at Taos Ski Valley in support of this important cause.

K2 BUMPS CHALLENGE

You’re invited to take part in the Sixth Annual K2 Bumps Challenge, a fun and challenging marathon down the infamous Al’s Run – one of Taos Ski Valley’s most famous and popular mogul runs on the front face of the mountain. This event promotes an active lifestyle while raising awareness and funds for B4BC’s education and support programs. Come out and ski or ride in teams of two, or tackle the feat on your own! Athletes must raise a minimum of $150 to participate. 

REGISTRATION TO OPEN SOON! 

K2 PAINT FOR PEAKS: SNOWBOARD ART AUCTION

After the on-mountain Bumps Challenge, skiers, boarders, their supporters, visitors and other members of the community will join in the Martini Tree Bar for the awards ceremony and an unrivaled art exhibit. Entering its eighth year of success, Taos Ski Valley will host K2 Paint for Peaks: Snowboard Art Auction featuring custom, one-of-a-kind artwork created on snowboards produced by renowned local and regional artists. 100% of the proceeds from the art sale will go to B4BC and local non-profit, the Anita Salas Memorial Fund.

Time: 9:00 AM


22nd ANNUAL BEN MYERS RIDGE-A-THON

Fri, March 16 - Sat, March 17

Join us for the 22nd Annual Ben Myers Ridge-A-Thon at Taos Ski Valley on March 16th & 17th, 2018!

What Is It: The Ben Myers Ridge-A-Thon is a ski/board fundraising event in Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico, scheduled for March 16 & 17, 2018. Now in its 22nd year, it attracts snow-adventure-seekers of all ages from across the Southwest and beyond. The pledges gathered support the Emergency Medicines Fund at the Taos Community Foundation.

The Ridge-A-Thon Story:  Ridge-A-Thon was initiated in 1997 to assist with medical expenses for the family of Ben Myers. Ben was a local extreme skier who passed away tragically from cancer at age 26. Ben is still so fondly remembered by his community and each year we take the time to continue the event in order to help others.

How It Works: Paired teams collect pledges leading up to the event, then they hike up and hustle down a menu of runs on Highline Ridge & the West Basin in Taos Ski Valley, just to do it all again, as many times as they want to, racking up a point per run toward their total of RUNS. The runs available are determined by TSV patrol according to snow conditions at the time of the competition. The post-event awards celebration is held at Taos Ski Valley on Saturday at 4pm. Prizes from our sponsors will be given to the top teams in two categories: most FUNDS and most RUNS (alternately). 

Registration will open soon.

For more information please visit, www.raisetheridge.com.

Time: 9:00 AM


JUNIOR TAOS FREERIDE REGIONALS

Thu, February 08 - Thu, February 08

Big lines and rippers! Don't miss out on the 2018 Junior Taos Freeride Regionals held on the famed steeps of Taos Ski Valley. Watch as juniors from around the region descend on Taos to showcase their skills. 

Registration opens on January 25, 2018 at 7.00pm MST.

Schedule of Events (subject to change, more details to come):

  • Wednesday, February 7: Regional & National Registration
  • Thursday, February 8:
    • Morning Meeting
    • Regional Competition
    • Regional Awards
    • National Registration
  • Friday, February 9: 
    • Morning Meeting
    • Day 1 National Competition
    • Results 
  • Saturday, February 10:
    • Morning Meeting
    • Day 2 National Competition
    • Results
  • Sunday, February 11:
    • Morning Meeting
    • Finals National Competition
    • Awards

For the full IFSA schedule and more information please, CLICK HERE.

Time: 8:00 AM


JUNIOR TAOS FREERIDE NATIONALS

Fri, February 09 - Sun, February 11

Big lines and rippers! Don't miss out on the 2018 Junior Taos Freeride Nationals held on the famed steeps of Taos Ski Valley. Watch as juniors from around the country descend on Taos to showcase their skills. 

Pre-Qualified Registration opens on December 3, 2017. Registration opens to all December 10, 2017.

Schedule of Events (subject to change, more details to come):

  • Wednesday, February 7: Regional & National Registration
  • Thursday, February 8: 
    • Morning Meeting
    • Regional Competition
    • Regional Awards
    • National Registration
  • Friday, February 9: 
    • Morning Meeting
    • Day 1 National Competition
    • Results 
  • Saturday, February 10:
    • Morning Meeting
    • Day 2 National Competition
    • Results
  • Sunday, February 11:
    • Morning Meeting
    • Finals National Competition
    • Awards

For the full IFSA schedule and more information please, CLICK HERE.

Time: 8:00 AM


192 Thanksgiving Feast

Today - Thu, November 23

Thank you for your support! We have sold out of seatings for Chef Patrick Gharrity's special Thanksgiving Day Feast.
192 is still taking reservations for guests ordering from the classic 192 menu. RSVP via OpenTable

Menu:
Red Chile Glazed Oven Roasted Turkey
Blue Corn Sage Stuffing
Green Chile Buttermilk Whipped Potatoes
Brown Butter Broccoli
Cranberry Relish
Homemade Pumpkin Pie

Recommended Wine Pairings:
Pinot Blanc, Trimbach, Alsace, France
Reisling, Garryana, Willamette Valley, Oregon
Pinot Noir, Underwood, Oregon

Time: 12:00 PM


Martini Tree Mug Club

Martini Tree Mug Club Kick Off Event

Fri, November 24 - Fri, November 24

New for the 2017.18 Winter Season, grab a Martini Tree Mug Club membership during the Pray for Snow Party!

For an initiation fee of $25, get your very own Martini Tree Mug and $2 draft beers all season. Featured beers include: Guinness, Modelo, Shiner Bock, Alaskan Amber, Oscar Blues Mama’s Little Yella Pil, and of course, PBR. Limited mugs available.

Time: 3:00 PM


Pray for Snow Party

Pray for Snow Party

Fri, November 24 - Fri, November 24

Taos Ski Valley invites all winter enthusiasts to a much needed Pray for Snow Party. Presented by Denver-based 10 Barrel Brewing Company.

Hosted by the resort’s favorite aprés ski bar, The Martini Tree, this evening of friends and fun will honor Ullr, the Norse ski god and hopefully bring good snow karma to the region. 

Friday, November 24 | 5 pm to 8 pm 
Live music featuring Ry Taylor and Taos bluegrass jam band, The Noseeums. 
Door Prizes

Time: 5:00 PM


TAOS FREERIDE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Wed, February 28 - Sat, March 03

We are proud and excited to return in 2018 as a 4 Star Freeride World Tour Qualifying (FWQ) event. Taos is the oldest FWQ event in the Americas and several of the athletes who have competed here have gone on to qualify for the elite Freeride World Tour (FWT).

Taos will, for the third year, host a 2 Star Competition on February 28, 2018. 2 Star athletes will battle for the top podium spot and a spot in the 4 Star Competition. The masters division, those 40 and over qualify, will compete on the same days as the 4 Star Comp, March 1 & 2, 2018.

Now more than a decade old, we remain known as an athlete-centric event that features the best terrain, parties and people in the Rocky Mountain southwest.

REGISTRATION:

All 2 Star and 4 Star competitors need a FWQ/IFSA membership to register. CLICK HERE to get a FWQ/IFSA membership.

Two Star registration will open on January 17th, 2018 on: https://fwt.memberpro.net/main/body.cfm?menu=regions&submenu=directoryCompetitionEREG&page_id=3599

Four Star registration will open on January 18th, 2018 on: https://fwt.memberpro.net/main/body.cfm?menu=regions&submenu=directoryCompetitionEREG&page_id=3599

Masters registration will open on December 1, 2017. is open! 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Please note schedule could change

Tuesday, February 27

  • Venue Inspection Day (venue open to public)
  • 5pm: Mandatory 2 Star Athlete Check-In & Meeting
  • 5pm: recommended 4 Star and Master athlete check-in 

Wednesday, February 28

  • 2 Star Competition 
  • Après-Ski: 2 Star Awards in the Martini Tree Bar
  • 6pm: Mandatory 4 Star Check-In & Meeting

Thursday, March 1

  • Day 1 of the 4 Star and Master Competitions
  • Après-Ski: Results in the Martini Tree Bar  
  • Mandatory 4 Star & Masters Athlete Meeting

Friday, March 2

  • Championship Day of the 4 Star and Master Competitions
  • Après-Ski: Awards in the Martini Tree Bar

Saturday, March 3

  • Weather Day if Needed

There will be terrain closures to the public during competition days.

If you have any questions please contact Kaela, kaela.gillum@skitaos.com.

 

Time: 9:00 AM


HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE

Fri, December 01 - Fri, December 15

Be apart of Taos Ski Valley's Holiday Food Drive from December 1 – 15, 2017. Taos Ski Valley will be collecting non-perishable food to donate to Taos Feeds Taos, a local non-profit. Taos Feeds Taos is in its 32nd year and will distribute food baskets to over 1100 needy Taos county families during this holiday season.

How it works: Bring 5 cans of food to donate and receive a 50% off lift ticket. Lift ticket is valid the day of donation.   

Time: 9:00 AM


10TH ANNUAL SOUTHWEST ON-SNOW DEMO DAYS

Wed, February 14 - Thu, February 15

Please note this Demo is only for winter sport shop owners, buyers and employees and you must show employment verification. 

Taos Ski Valley, Inc. and participating snow sports industry manufacturers and sales reps would like to invite shop owners, buyers and employees to the 2018 10th Annual Southwest On-Snow Demo at Taos Ski Valley, February 14th & 15th, 2018 from 9am - 3pm. 

We are once again hosting the event on the Backside at the Phoenix Lodge. This will allow us to offer you a more exclusive experience here at Taos Ski Valley. The backside of our mountain offers great demo terrain with easy access to wide groomer, bump runs, trees and our Terrain Park. 

Details and registration to come soon.

Please note, there is not breakfast available on the backside of the mountain. There are multiple places for lunch.

If you have any questions, please email kaela.gillum@skitaos.com.

Time: 9:00 AM


SNOWBOARDING 10TH ANNIVERSARY

Sat, March 17 - Mon, March 19

Mark your calendars for a weekend full of fun as we celebrate Taos Ski Valley's 10th Anniversary of Snowboarding!

Schedule of events and details coming soon.

Time: 9:00 AM


ERNIE BLAKE BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

Sat, March 10 - Sat, March 10

Join us in celebrating the man who founded Taos Ski Valley, Ernie Blake. In honor of Ernie's birthday there will be a laser light show, torchlight parade, fireworks display and birthday cake!

Watch as skiers make their way down the mountain in the dark with flares as their only means of light. Laser light show will kick off the evening at 6.45pm. The torchlight parade will follow ending at the base of Lift #1, with the fireworks display to follow immediately.

Time: 6:45 PM


Mindful Yoga

Fri, November 24 - Fri, November 24

Join Julie at 8:15 AM for Mindful Yoga - a meditative class designed for every level and every kind of yoga practice.   This one-hour class is the perfect way to start your day.

  • $5 for members. $10.00 for non-members.
  • Classes are held in the Wellness Center at The Blake and open to all fitness levels.
  • Schedule is subject to change.
  • Reservations recommended as space is limited. Please call the Spa Receptionist at 575.776.5340 to reserve your space.
  • Use of locker rooms and fitness center available for one hour after the class.
  • Check in at the spa reception desk at least 10 minutes prior to class start time.

Time: 8:15 AM


Foam Roller Release

Fri, November 24 - Fri, November 24

Join Julie for Foam Roll Release.  This one-hour Traditional yoga class incorporate the use of foam rollers for self myofascial release. 

  • $5 for members. $10.00 for non-members.
  • Classes are held in the Wellness Center at The Blake and open to all fitness levels.
  • Schedule is subject to change.
  • Reservations recommended as space is limited. Please call the Spa Receptionist at 575.776.5340 to reserve your space.
  • Use of locker rooms and fitness center available for one hour after the class.
  • Check in at the spa reception desk at least 10 minutes prior to class start time.

Time: 10:00 AM


Mindful Yoga

Sat, November 25 - Sat, November 25

Join Kari at 8:15 AM for Mindful Yoga - a meditative class designed for every level and every kind of yoga practice.   This one-hour class is the perfect way to start your day.

  • $5 for members. $10.00 for non-members.
  • Classes are held in the Wellness Center at The Blake and open to all fitness levels.
  • Schedule is subject to change.
  • Reservations recommended as space is limited. Please call the Spa Receptionist at 575.776.5340 to reserve your space.
  • Use of locker rooms and fitness center available for one hour after the class.
  • Check in at the spa reception desk at least 10 minutes prior to class start time.

Time: 8:15 AM


Cardio Sculpt Yoga

Sat, November 25 - Sat, November 25

Let Kari help you score twice the results with a combination of strength boosting cardio and classic yoga postures during this one-hour class.  

  • $5 for members. $10.00 for non-members.
  • Classes are held in the Wellness Center at The Blake and open to all fitness levels.
  • Schedule is subject to change.
  • Reservations recommended as space is limited. Please call the Spa Receptionist at 575.776.5340 to reserve your space.
  • Use of locker rooms and fitness center available for one hour after the class.
  • Check in at the spa reception desk at least 10 minutes prior to class start time.

Time: 10:00 AM


RALLY IN THE VALLEY

Sat, March 10 - Sat, March 10

Get ready for a day of laughter and fun and mark your calendar for the Rally in the Valley (formally known as the New Belgium Scavenger Hunt), March 10th, 2018. Ski after chickens, board after skunks, play games and test your Taos Ski Valley knowledge all in your craziest costumes.

A day of festivities brought to us by our friends at the Field Institute of Taos and New Belgium Brewing. The Rally in the Valley registration begins at 9 a.m. on Rhoda's Deck. The event runs from 10 a.m until 3 p.m. Proceeds will benefit local non-profit, the Field Institute of Taos, www.fitaos.org. Prize giveaways and drink specials all day long!

Time: 10:00 AM