In a time before snowmobiles or snowcats, ski resorts relied on workers – equipped with shovels – to traverse mountainsides, patching animal tracks and smoothing out moguls in the art known as piste bashing.
TAOS – The name was known to only a few around Taos Ski Valley before November.
Kachina Peak to be accessible without hiking next season
VADITO (AP) — Ski season in New Mexico is about to get under way. The lifts at Sipapu Ski and… more »
Visitors who choose the winter months for a trip to Taos will enjoy a quieter vacation with fewer crowds than on summer days but still plenty of things to do – even off the ski slopes.
This may not be exactly accurate in the vernacular of weather forecasting, but think of the coming ski season as “Quién Sabe.”
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