How to Get to Taos Ski Valley
Taos Regional Airport—19 miles away; private and charter flights
Taos Air, with direct service to/from Austin & Dallas, TX and Los Angeles & San Diego, CA.
Santa Fe Airport—100 miles away; domestic flights
Airlines servicing Santa Fe:
American Airlines from Dallas/Fort Worth and Phoenix; United to Denver International Airport.
Albuquerque Airport—159 miles away; domestic & international flights
Airlines servicing Albuquerque:
Alaska, Allegiant, American, Delta, Jet Blue, Southwest, United
Rail Runner Express Train
The Rail Runner, New Mexico's commuter rail, serves Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Bus shuttles are available from the Santa Fe Railyard District Station to the Town of Taos running Thursday through Sunday. Information on the Rail Runner Express Train can be found here.
Directions from Taos to Taos Ski Valley
Travel north on US 64/Paseo Del Pueblo Norte until you reach the stoplight intersection of US 64/NM 522/NM 150. Turn right onto NM 150. Passing through the tiny town of Arroyo Seco, stay on NM 150, which takes you to the ski area parking lots.
From Santa Fe: Take The High Road
Have a little extra time on your hands and yearning for majestic scenery? Take the High Road to Taos. This scenic byway winds through high desert, mountains, forests, small farms and tiny villages established in the 1600s and 1700s. The lovely scenery has inspired many artists to set up gallery spaces. Stop along the way to enjoy historic churches, pottery and weaving studios. Access the route from the south on US 285/84 at Pojoaque. Turn right (east) onto NM 503 past Nambe and through Chimayo. At intersection of NM 76 turn right and pass through Truchas and Las Trampas to intersection NM 75. Turn right and pass through Penasco and Vadito to NM 518. Turn left (north) and proceed to Los Ranchos de Taos. At intersection NM 68, turn right into Taos.