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Yes, You Can Bring Fido to Taos Ski Valley!

When many of us hit the road for a holiday we just don't want to leave our beloved, four-legged family member behind. There are many inns and hotels in the beautiful Taos area that accept pets so you can bring Fido along. Following is a list of our Taos and Taos Ski Valley hotels that will allow your pet to stay with you.Please do call them first, though. Most have special rules or charge a pet fee and some will want to give their approval of your pet before your arrival.

Taos Ski Valley - More Than a Ski Town

The Village of Taos Ski Valley is more than a ski town, tucked away in a valley surrounded by high alpine peaks, mountain adventure awaits!  What began as a rugged mining camp in the 1890’s is now an access point for more than 65,000 acres of public lands within the Carson National Forest, including two designated and protected Wilderness areas.  Dozens of hiking trails lead to pristine mountain valleys and meadows, high elevation peaks and ridges, and glacial lakes that inspire

Pack Your Bags

So you're coming to Taos Ski Valley and you've asked yourself "What do I need to pack?" Whether you'll be skiing, snowboarding or snowmobiling there are the obvious, must have garments you'll be sure to put in your bag, but there a few items you might forget at home. So take notes, it's time to get your bags packed for Taos Ski Valley.

The Wilderness is Calling

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.

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