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Mountain Skills Rock Climbing Adventures. Open all Seasons
Come learn to climb or be guided up any climb in the Taos area . Anyone with a TSV day pass or season pass will receive a 10% discount on any trip with mountain skills.
Taos Ski Valley offers plenty of terrain for all ability levels with 49% of its vast terrain designated beginner and intermediate runs. Expert skiers and snowboarders will love the legendary Taos steeps. Take the Kachina Chair Lift to a dazzling 12,450 feet (the nation's 4th highest lift-served summit), hike to powder stashes, or bang the moguls—it's all here and waiting!
Taos Ski Valley, has all kinds of activities for families and teens. Mountain vacations have always been a family affair here, so TSV makes it easy to introduce your children to snowsports while ensuring you have a great time too.
A series of unique children's programs, led by specially trained instructors and housed in a state-of-the-art facility gets your kids safely on the snow and building confidence that they will take with them for life. Your kids will find their "home base" in the Children's Center very comfortable, fun and filled with new friends to make. Children even have their own miniatured-sized slope area that offers kids a learning space with pint-sized lifts, special terrain and equipment shop. Fantastic confidence building for the little ones.
While most days are full of sunshine in Taos Ski Valley, we do have days with wind and or snow. Check the Taos Snow Report.
Town of Taos - 6,967 feet
Taos Ski Valley (base) - 9,207 feet
Wheeler Peak (highest point in New Mexico) - 13,161 feet
Skiers have access to 1,294 acres of skiable terrain.
A great mix of terrain provides trails for all ability types.
Taos Ski Valley is located in the Sangre De Cristo Mountains in Northern New Mexico, home to a distinctive European atmosphere combined with local Native American and Spanish cultures.
The snow quality is light and dry and makes for excellent powder days. The resort does not receive too much skier traffic and powder stashes can go hours without being touched.
Taos Ski Valley is a powder lover’s paradise and is known for having light, dry powder, undetectable lift lines, steep chutes, big bumps, cornices and tree glades. For those looking to make some untouched powder turns, hike or ride to the top of Kachina Peak. The mountain towers over the resort at 12,481 feet and offers some of the finest advanced to expert terrain in North America.