TAOS SKI VALLEY STATS AND FACTS
Some ski resorts are manufactured for the masses. This is not one of them. Taos Ski Valley is a rugged, authentic mountain, pioneered by people who put skiing first and all else second. Kachina Peak stands high above the Sangre de Cristo mountain range at 12,450 feet. From here, skiers and boarders survey some of the finest terrain in North America- bone dry powder shots, steep chutes, big bumps, cornices, and glades- it is all here. If heart-stopping terrain is not your thing, you will find miles of well-manicured slopes and gradual groomers to carve up all season long. This mecca of snow sports shows every level of skier and boarder a great time. Thanks to Mother Nature’s genius and some coveted stashes, there’s always more to explore than your legs will allow.
November 27th-December 7th, 2014
December 11th, 2014 - April 5th, 2015
AVERAGE ANNUAL SNOWFALL
AVERAGE DAYS OF SUNSHINE
NUMBER OF TRAILS
110 total: 24% beginner, 25% intermediate, 51% expert
NUMBER OF LIFTS
15 total: 4 quad chair lifts; 3 triple chairs lift; 5 double chair lifts; 3 surface lifts
9,200 feet / 2805 meters
12,450 feet / 3795 meters
3,250 feet / 990 meters
HOURS OF LIFT OPERATION
9:00AM to 4:00PM
More than 15,000 skiers per hour
100% of beginner and intermediate slopes
MAXIE'S TERRAIN PARK
Terrain park located on Maxie's run under lift #7. The park is groomed nightly.
Winter sports at Taos Ski Valley are made possible through a unique public-private partnership with the United States Forest Service which manages portions of the federal land utilized for these activities.
TAOS IS A CLASS A AVALANCHE RESORT. AVALANCHES MAY OCCUR AT ANYTIME AND ANYPLACE.