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Taos at-a-glance

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Mountain Stats

  • Skiable Area:

    523.663684

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  • Vertical Drop:

    998

    m
  • Snowfall:

    775

    cm

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Bem vindo a Taos!

 

Taos Ski Valley é uma cidade no qual o visitante pode testemunhar o encontro das tradições dos índios americanos, dos espanhóis e dos anglo-saxões. O local possui vistas que misturam paisagens das montanhas e do deserto, além de terrenos de todos os tipos, com descidas íngremes, ridgelines e open bowls, possibilitando a diversão de esquiadores de todos os níveis.

Your Taos Ski Vacation

 

Criada por Ernie Blake, pioneiro no esporte, Taos Ski Valley possui programas de esqui para crianças e adultos. O resort tem altitude de aproximadamente 2500 metros, um clima árido e o sol do Novo México, além de quatro resorts que podem ser explorados pelos visitantes: Angel Fire, Red River, Sipapu e Taos.

O Taos Ski Valley também oferece o Kinderkafig - Children’s Center que possui um pouco de tudo para garantir a diversão das crianças e a comodidade dos pais: desde aulas de ski, loja para aluguel de equipamentos e refeitório, tudo só para crianças.

Esquie em Taos com a SKI Brasil e tenha uma viagem de férias inesquecível! Personalizaremos o seu pacote com hospedagem, passagens aéreas, transporte terrestre, ingressos para lifts, aluguel equipamentos e muito mais. Faça já a sua reserva!

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From air, lodging and excursions to ground transfers, lift tickets and equipment rentals, We will manage all your trip components so you and your group can get the most out of your time playing in the mountains and building memories that will last a lifetime.

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1-800-908-5000

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What the experts are saying

Bryan Donnelly
Bryan Donnelly
Mountain Vacation Specialist
1-800-908-5000 X 3347
3.2

Definitely a place to check off your list

Matthew in Decatur
18/02/2012

Low key but expert mountain

Reminded me of alpine meadows or winter park. Great terrain. Very welcoming and down-to-earth. Older advanced skiers abound. Not so many boarders. Lifts could be faster and need to extend to the summit. Swiss alpine vibe. Surprising and enchanting. The drive is breathtaking.

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Bryan Donnelly
Bryan Donnelly
Mountain Vacation Specialist
1-800-908-5000
X 3347

Definitely a place to check off your list

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Taos is one of those places where you step back into an era where skiing was simple. Arriving in Taos after a seven-hour drive from Basalt, Colorado, we felt like we were in the middle of nowhere -which is part of the charm. Basically, it is a mountain that juts out of the desert in Northern New Mexico. There is a town of significance in the flats called Taos, and then the ski resort is located another 30 minutes up a winding road. At the base area, Taos looks like a sleepy old Vermont ski area with a tiny hill and a few hotels that line the access road. However, the whole mountain cannot be seen from the bottom. To get a better look and check out the real stuff, get on the old four-person chairlift at the bottom of the ski resort. As you get to the top of the second lift you ride, on your right you can see some crazy cliffs, chutes and some the steepest terrain this side of Wyoming. Then on your right off the lift is a path saying double black this way. After seeing that, we went left because we're big chickens....that is for sure. We ended up hiking the second time through and man does that place open up. You can see all the way to the top of Kachina Peak after the first seven-minute grueler of a hike to the opening in the trees. Then there's a ridge line that goes on forever and you can drop in at any point along the way. We found open, untracked lines all day long. I stayed at the Edelweiss Lodge and Spa and I thought it to be the best place we could ask for. Ski to the back door and a nice, comfy condo with a fireplace and a bar/restaurant downstairs was waiting for us. Ski shop next door. Everything we needed right at our fingertips. There are some other hotels around, like the Snakedance and the Kandahar, that seem almost as good for probably less money. Since I can't reveal all the best spots on the mountain in a public place like this, give me a call and I'll tell you about all the ins and outs and powder stashes. All in all, Taos is worth the trip and more and I hope to get back there again soon myself.
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