Taos Ski Valley Adds More Activity for Winter Fun

Taos Ski Valley has added even more activities to its winter roster — in addition to incredibly skiing — that will delight and provide an even more memorable visit for guests.
   Taos Ski Valley, located in Taos, N.M., and the world’s only B Corp-certified ski resort, will now offer:
   The new Eis Haus ice-skating rink. Skaters of all abilities and ages will enjoy ice-skating in the afternoons and evenings all season long. Large built-in fireplaces with seating adjacent to the ice offer a place for family and friends to watch and socialize after a day on the mountain. 
Dinner sleigh ride. Taking place on Friday and Saturday nights, this fun new experience gives family and friends a spectacular way to access the award-winning Bavarian restaurant. Guests relax in a sleigh while they are snow-catted to the mid-mountain restaurant from the main plaza for three-course prix-fixe dinner, complete with wine.
   New pro guided mountain experiences. For intermediate-to-experts skiers and riders looking for an adrenaline-pumping adventure that includes hiking, finding secret stashes, and expert advice for Taos’ double-black diamond runs, Taos now offers personal, professional ski and ride guides for a full-day or a half-day. This tailored experience helps skiers and riders make the most of the days on the mountain while offering them insight into the local history, terrain, and region.
   Ski Strong™ Gold Medalist Experience. Exclusive to Taos, Olympic Gold Medalist Deb Armstrong will host four, three-day Ski Strong sessions that offer skiers a transformative and thrilling experience. With sessions available for all levels of skiing, this package includes a welcome reception on the first evening and three days of personal ski coaching directly by Armstrong, along with daily lift tickets and equipment rentals.
    New dining at The Blake. Colleen and Wilks Medley will manage the restaurant within The Blake to offer a brand-new elevated food and beverage experience. The Medleys’ involvement in the restaurant reinforces the resort’s commitment to maintaining the area’s authenticity and supporting local talent.
   Improved snow conditions. Using a new state-of-the-art snowcat, 13 new high-efficiency snow guns, and enhanced snowmaking pipes, Taos will have improved snow conditions all season long on its most popular runs throughout the mountain.
Taos Ski Valley’s opening day is planned for Nov. 25 and will run though April 3, 2022.

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