The inspiring mountains, big skies, and acres of wide-open National Forest land are here to greet and comfort you – as they have been for centuries of people before us.
Mountain Lodges, Cozy Condos, and Restful Rooms for Your Next Getaway
Discover Taos Ski Valley, our rich culture and all it has to offer
Fun and Adventure in Summer and Winter
Breakfast, Slopeside Lunch, Lively Après Ski and Fine Dining
We are located an easy drive from the Town of Taos, which sits at the base of the mountains. It takes about 30 minutes to drive from Taos Plaza to the Ski Valley, passing through historic villages and mountain canyons. The area’s early ski pioneers, residents, and employees blended their love of skiing with the local Native American and Spanish cultures to craft a mountain retreat out of an old mining town. Over the years, Taos became world-renowned for steep runs of powdery, dry snow in the winter and stunning forest surroundings in the spring and summer.
In Taos Ski Valley: 192 at The Blake Special Thanksgiving offerings along with the regular menu. Roasted Heritage Turkey Turkey Gravy Mushroom & Pecan Stuffing Robuchon-Style Mashed Potatoes Spiked Sweet Potatoes with Bourbon & Apple Cider Creamed Pearl Onions Carrots Vichy Cranberry Relish Roasted Brussels Sprouts…
Open to the Public. Join us for the 2022 Public Demo Days at Taos Ski Valley to demo the newest skis and snowboards on the market! This event is open to the public for two days (Friday 12/16 & Saturday 12/17) from 9 AM to 2:30 PM at the base…
A celebration of food and wine in the winter wonderland of Taos. The Taos Winter Wine Festival is an annual four-day weekend of events featuring the culinary artistry found in Taos, New Mexico’s many excellent restaurants coupled with the sophistication and wines of national wineries. More details to come.
Not Your Ordinary Ski Shop Owner Alain Veth brings a world of experience and knowledge to his family-owned and run shop Le Ski Mastery in Taos Ski Valley. Veth is a veteran of the World Cup race circuit, a winner of hundreds of ski races…
Golden Yellow, Fiery Reds and Brilliant Blue Skies When nighttime lows dip into the 40s to 30s and the smell of piñon-smoke lingers over early mornings, the deciduous aspen stands begin to change color in the high elevations of Taos Ski Valley. First, a hint of yellow, then a fiery…
Look, we love our neighbors to the north. In comparing our states, both at the southern end of the Rocky Mountains, you’re right if you think of beautiful mountain views, but a bit of a similar climate is about all that we share. Taoseños believe that we have the perfect…