91 Out Of 100 Single Score

Taos Ski Valley, Inc. Alpine/Downhill Resorts Resort (Are you this resort?)

 
  • Poor-outstanding-long
  • Is this resort/area easy to get to? 3 Slider
  • Is the parking & transportation drop-off near the lifts? 3 Slider
  • Walking access: distance, stairs, steep walkways 4 Slider
  • Trail maps/signage are easy to find and understand 5 Slider
  • The trails I experienced were 5 Slider
  • Restrooms well placed, functional and clean 4 Slider
  • Snow quality 5 Slider
  • Terrain met my expectations 5 Slider
  • Quality of slope grooming 5 Slider
  • Terrain parks and related features NA Slider
  • OVERALL children's facilities: child friendly? NA Slider
  • Crowds, traffic flow and lift lines? 5 Slider
  • Quality of on-mountain dining 4 Slider
  • Quality and speed of lifts 5 Slider
  • Rate this resort's ski/snowboard school NA Slider
  • Did you get your money's worth? 5 Slider
  • Area shopping: includes nearby towns or villages 3 Slider
  • The OVERALL service at this resort is 5 Slider
  • Recommend this resort/area to others? 5 Slider
  • Would you visit this resort/area again? 100 % Slider

General Comments/Likes

Taos is a four letter word for STEEP, incredibly steep! Run after run of 30 to 50 degree pitches and chutes, untracked powder runs in the trees (see video) and unpretentious locals (take that Jackson Hole). Favorite runs; St. Bernard, Tresckow, North American and El Funko. If no lift lines, great snow and reasonably priced lift tickets, including a $10 after 2 PM afternoon pass, sound good to you than get yourself to Taos. Now with snowboarding allowed. Great Pizza at the Out Back Pizza on the road to the town of Taos. Just don’t let the waitress know you’re from Los Alamos.

Dislikes

I can’t think of anything that I disliked at Taos… Nope I got nothing.

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Rated By

  • NyAxter
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 52
  • Resides In: Winter Park, CO, USA
  • Disciplines: Alpine, Back Country
  • Years Skiing/Riding: 43
  • Avg. Days Per Season: 126 - 150 days
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