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Taos Ski Valley Resort

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Ash R wrote a review Sep 2020
4 contributions4 helpful votes
Unfortunately, the locals who have supported TSV for years are being pushed out. All the local small business are closing there doors. The local charm is now non-existent. It was really upsetting to see Tim's Stray Dog Cantina be boxed out of the village. (The last of the last great local TSV businesses) Also, the new owner, Mr. Bacon claims to be pushing money back into the local economy when he showcases a very large collection of Historic Taos Art in the Blake hotel... none which were purchased from local galleries or collectors. The finale straw was last weekend when my family was asked to leave TSV and that they are no longer welcome to ride their horses on the property. The TSV staff only told them to "get in touch with TSV lawyer & that he will set them straight." Horses do no harm & people love seeing people out riding. They were in fact only riding to eat lunch at the Bavarian. Which is owned by TSV making them money. I have bought a pass every year since I was 5 years old. That makes 31 years of business. I am sad to say you will no longer be getting my support. Breaks my heart as I used to love this place.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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LYJE wrote a review Aug 2020
Austin, Texas24 contributions7 helpful votes
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We visited for the 1st time TSV at the end of February 2020. Amazing snow, cute little village reminding me The Alpes where I’m from... Parking lot was packed but the slopes where not crowded.... Used to big ski resorts in the Alpes we were not expecting much.... We actually realized that there is plenty of challenging terrain for experts skiers and nice gentle slopes for beginners (my 8 year old niece took lessons and loved it!) We highly recommend the Bavarian Restaurant at the bottom of Kachina lift: awesome food (Real German food by the way) & great service and very well priced! Instead of going to crowded, very expensive Colorado resorts.... we’ll be back!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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kentgabriel wrote a review May 2020
Columbia, South Carolina58 contributions55 helpful votes
Every year my friends and I take a week to visit new places and this year we all tried Taos Ski Valley for the first time. We enjoyed our experience overall and recommend this for folks that are looking to expand their ski and boarding experiences beyond Colorado, Utal and the usual places. This is off the beaten path and not the largest resort, but it has everything you can think of to fill out a week long snow adventure. Plenty of good places to eat, a nice quaint ski village and all high end services too. One of my buddies and I stayed a quick walk to the base lift and the other guys stayed in a hotel down in Taos. They didn't like the 30 min drive each way, but were on a budget and that worked well for them.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SGLPMuzzo wrote a review Mar 2020
Salem, New Hampshire52 contributions22 helpful votes
After skiing in the Rockies of Utah and Colorado, what a pleasant surprise to ski Taos. It is a real fun mountain with trails for every ability level. The snow conditions were excellent and the trails some much fun. Good amenities and shops at the main base. The Bavarian Restaurant at the bottom of a far reaching chairlift is not to be missed. Good shuttle service from the parking lot with just a minor negative the walk to the lifts is not real close. The free mountain tour offered for intermediates and up is great to find your trails and lifts over the mountain. Love the place, people and skiing
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Date of experience: February 2020
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e.g. M Doe wrote a review Mar 2020
17 contributions2 helpful votes
I was a bit unsure of the ski slopes (all the black diamonds) but I and my group found a lovely experience at Taos Ski Valley. We had 5 in school, 3 beginners, 3 experts, and two 70+. We all had a good time.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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