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Don’t Wait. Ride Taos This Winter.

You’ve heard of it…Legendary chutes. Dry, fluffy powder with little to no moisture content. No lift lines…Tucked away in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, where the Rockies begin, Taos Ski Valley stays true to its alpine roots and invites you to explore its secret stashes and mountain-first attitude.

Independent since 1956, Taos excels in keeping things real and intimate. With humble roots and surrounded by wilderness on all sides, Taos is making a few essential improvements without losing its way.

Got a Mountain Collective Pass?

Enjoy two free days at Taos plus lodging discounts at The Blake.

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While you’re here, check out:

Guided Sessions

Get the inside scoop and maximize your time on the slopes with a guided session.

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Hike-to-Terrain

Taos is known for its hike-to-terrain. Get beta on the in-bounds hike-to areas.

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Relax at The Spa & Wellness Center

Providing innovative fitness programs, customized spa treatments, and mindful guest service, The Spa & Wellness Center adopts a holistic approach to wellness and renewal. Drawing from the energy of the mountain, and inspired by a rich past, spa treatments are designed to connect guests to the goodness of the earth through authentic and therapeutic experiences. Check out our fitness schedule for pre and post-ski workouts and recovery classes.

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Experience The Bavarian Deck

Upstairs in the Resort Center, the Martini Tree Bar is the HOT SPOT for après- ski food, craft drafts, cocktails and entertainment!

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Apres at Martini Tree

Upstairs in the Resort Center, the Martini Tree Bar is the HOT SPOT for après- ski food, craft drafts, cocktails and entertainment!

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Area Adventures

Indulge in the many flavors of Taos

The Town of Taos has more than 50 restaurants to quell your hunger. Whether you like your chile red, green, or Christmas, there is something for everyone and the restaurant ambiance is as varied as the cuisine.

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Ojo Caliente

After an exhilarating day on the slopes, come soak your bones in the steamy, soothing hot springs of Ojo Caliente. Ojo is only 37 miles south of Taos. Take Rt. 64 past the Gorge Bridge and onto the newly paved Rim Road to US 285.

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Rio Grande Bridge

Travel west on US Hwy 64 to reach the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, the second highest bridge on the U.S. Highway System. The bridge is a three-span steel continuous-deck-truss structure with a concrete-filled steel-grid deck. It was called the “bridge to nowhere” while it was being built because the funding did not exist to continue the road on the other side.

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