The Wilderness is Calling

"There are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of the wilderness, that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy, and its charm". – U.S. President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt, Jr.

Teddy Roosevelt wasn’t the only U.S. President with a fondness for the slopes; President Gerald Ford spent many a vacation sliding downhill on skis and even owned a chalet in Colorado. This Presidents’ Day Weekend (Feb. 17–19), continue their outdoor legacies by taking in the mystery of the Sangre de Cristo peaks at Taos Ski Valley, which is nestled among the tall aspens and evergreens of Carson National Forest in the Southern Rockies. Whether strapping on a pair of snowshoes, skis, or snowboard, getting a massage after practicing downward dog during yoga sessions at the Edelweiss Spa or taking a swim at The Spa & Wellness Center at The Blake, or pulling on a parka to sit with your pooch on your Rio Hondo Condo balcony while enjoying the soothing sounds of the river below; our charming valley offers myriad on and off-trail options.

Check out our Hot Deals,  including a discounted short stay at the Hotel St. Bernard starting on Feb. 17, and come soak in Taos Ski Valley’s unique mix of spicy southwestern spirit, sunshine, and snow.

There are many lodging options, plus details on where to dine and play this Presidents’ Day Weekend 2018 and beyond, we welcome you to Taos!