Category Archives: New Mexico

North America Snow Report

It’s snowing all over the country! We’ve compiled the latest snow reports to help you plan your next snow vacation. Taos had the most snow with 9 inches in the last 24 hours. Deer Valley and Snowbasin tie for second … Continue reading

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Hidden Gems

The Clymb recently blogged about the top 6 resorts that you “probably didn’t know about.”  We loved the list and were excited to see that we have vacation rentals at all of the North America destinations.  So, now that you know … Continue reading

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Top 5 Things To Do in Taos

1)      Take in the sites of the Rio Grande Gorge located just a few miles north and west of Taos on US Hwy 64.  This 800-ft deep gorge has been carved out by the Rio Grande as it makes its … Continue reading

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Dining in Taos

I recently had the opportunity to visit Taos, New Mexico, for the first time.  My initial thought regarding what I would encounter when it came to the regional dining was a lot of really great Mexican food.  While Taos certainly … Continue reading

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Taos Ski Valley Celebrating 60 Years

The drive from the quaint town of Taos to the ski valley is a pleasant 19-mile trek through beautiful New Mexico mountain landscape. The elevation steadily climbs to 9,200 feet when you arrive at the remote Taos Ski Valley. The … Continue reading

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Taos-the Place That Time Forgot

Taos is the kind of place that time forgot.  The town’s residents have been doing things their way for 30 years and will likely continue for another 30.  Taos Ski Valley is a bit up the road from the town … Continue reading

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The Eight Best Things About Taos

    Incredible beauty. Taos Ski Valley feels really remote and unspoiled, situated approximately 15 miles up a mountain valley that is almost completely uninhabited. When you arrive, you just know there won’t be any crowds. No lift lines! Taos … Continue reading

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Open/Close Resort Dates 2012-2013

I can’t believe the ski season is just around the corner. Here are the projected open and close dates for the 2012-2013 ski season. Open Close Canada Kicking Horse Dec 9 Apr 8 Lake Louise (Banff) Nov 9 May 5 … Continue reading

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Make the Most of the Mountains

So yes, it is summer, and you can no longer slash powder turns and tear up the mountain on your skis or snowboard. However, the mountains are still the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors and experience exciting, fun, and … Continue reading

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Where to go? Taos, New Mexico!

Taos, New Mexico is a beautiful area with a rich heritage and a unique culture. It is also an exciting place to be no matter the time of year. With great terrain for skiing and snowboarding, as well as blue … Continue reading

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