Taos Resort Hours & Information
Resort Information & Hours
Summer 22 Season | June 17 - October 9, 2022 *weather permitting
Lift Hours | 9AM – 4PM daily in season
Lake fork ticket office hours
- April 12 - April 29, 2022: 9AM - 4PM Monday - Friday
- Summer 22 (beginning May 23rd): 9AM - 4PM Monday - Friday
Lost & Found
Lost & Found is located in Taos Sports for the summer season.
charging STATIONS FOR electric vehicles
There are 16 EV chargers located next to Hotel Parking across from Sutton Place. Parking attendants can give more detailed directions upon arrival. Chargers are first-come, first-served.
Taos bike Patrol
Bike Patrol is located at the top of Lift 4. To report an accident, call 575.776.0505
Mogul Medical urgent care
Mogul Medical is an Urgent Care and Family Practice that specializes in ski injury and altitude sickness located next to La Gondolita. Open weekends beginning June 18th through September 5, 2022. 575.776.8241
Seasonal Paid Parking
Enjoy great parking even on the busiest days with our Seasonal Paid Parking Pass. Passes are $900 for the season. One tag per payment, but tags may be transferred to other vehicles.
After purchasing your pass, take your confirmation to Taos Sports to sign the User Agreement and receive your tag.
Taos Ski Valley Statistics
- Average Annual Snowfall - 300 inches
- Average Days Of Sunshine - 300+ days
- Total Acreage - 1,294 acres
- Number of Trails - 110 total | 24% beginner, 25% intermediate, 51% expert
- Number of Lifts - 14 Total Lifts | 1 gondola, 1 high-speed quad, 3 fixed grip quads, 4 triples, 4 surface lifts
- Terrain Parks - 2 Total | Maxie's Terrain Park, Bambi Glade Terrain Park
- Base Elevation - 9,350 feet / 2,849 meters
- Summit Elevation - 12,481 feet / 3,804 meters
- Vertical Drop - 3,131 feet / 914 meters
- Uphill Capacity - More than 15,000 skiers per hour (19,000 inc. carpets)
- Snowmaking Capabilities - 100% of beginner and intermediate slopes
Winter sports at Taos Ski Valley are made possible through a unique public-private partnership with the United States Forest Service which manages portions of the federal land utilized for these activities.
(Avalanches may occur at anytime and anyplace)