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Skier & Snowboarder-Submitted Reviews for Taos Ski Valley

Planning a ski trip to Taos Ski Valley? Browse our collection of visitor-generated reviews that rank the mountain and ski town on a scale of one to five stars in the following categories: Overall Rating, All-Mountain Terrain, Nightlife, Terrain Park and Family Friendly. See how Taos Ski Valley stacks up to others in terms of skiing and après, and read up on pros, cons and comments from fellow skiers and snowboarders. Don't forget to submit your own Taos Ski Valley review! Scroll to the bottom of this page to let other travelers know about your ski area experience. Positive reviews also give your favorite ski resort a chance to win a prestigious OnTheSnow Visitors' Choice Award.

Overall Rating: 4.1

Rating Details:

  • Family Friendly
  • 4.2
  • All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 63
  • Terrain Park
  • 3.8
  • Nightlife
  • 2.8

Recommended For:

  • Singles
  • 33%
  • Beginner
  • 7%
  • Families
  • 34%
  • Intermediate
  • 28%
  • Empty Nesters
  • 29%
  • Advanced
  • 38%

Helpful Highlights:

We keep coming back every year. The snow was not what it was last year...which I actually found great, for some reason it scared a lot of people away. All...

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  • 5

    Great As Always

    by Michael - 15th March 2014

    Pros: Short Lines, Long Runs, Great Staff

    Cons: Nightlife...there is none.

    We keep coming back every year. The snow was not what it was last year...which I actually found great, for some reason it scared a lot of people away. All... Full review

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  • 5

    Amazing ski heaven, in a cultural oasis

    by alanmoroney - 9th March 2013

    Pros: Long Runs, views, steep

    Cons: Too many lifts without safety bars & footrests

    With Taos town, Taos Pueblo, Ojo Caliente, D H Lawrence Ranch all down the road, this is in the middle of a cultural, relaxation and sightseeing heaven Thi... Full review

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  • 5

    Epic Skiing

    by huwie - 7th February 2013

    Pros: Steep, Great Snow, Short Lift Lines

    Cons: None

    First time to Taos this past Monday (Feb 4th). Epic experience. The terrain there is fantastic...easily the best I've ever skied. They say Taos is a four... Full review

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  • 5

    GREAT EVEN BEFORE NEW SNOW

    by DMC806 - 28th January 2013

    Pros: great place for skiing partiers go to Colorado

    Cons: nothing

    The snow was great for me before the new snow on Saturday & Sunday. Now the mountain is perfect conditions. Go if you can, its worth it!!!! ... Full review

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  • 4

    Great terrain, serious shredders. Where's the snow?

    by themarmot - 14th January 2013

    Pros: Amazing terrain, views and very unique mountain culture

    Cons: Very little snow, a season here and you'll need new knees

    Taos (ski area) is an amazing ski area, if they get snow. Ticket prices are a bit high and they seem to be reporting their total seasonal snow as their sno... Full review

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  • 4

    The Best in New Mexico, but not for everyone.

    by brokenrx7 - 21st December 2011

    Pros: Steep terrain, Bumps, Easy bowl/chute access, no crowds or lines.

    Cons: Shorter runs, Bumps, steep, limited selection of terrain.

    Taos is a true gem in that it feels untouched for a resort of its stature, while many other resorts appear over commercialized. Lift lines are short, and t... Full review

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