2014 Base Area Construction Updates
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TSV, Inc. construction is under way! The Post Office and other businesses are open and ready to serve you. We want to assure you that although access is limited you still can get your mail, buy coffee and visit shops. There is a fence surrounding the construction area (ticket office, rental shop), but you can get to the post office by parking in the lower section of the Pagoda area on the foot bridge side.  Please note that Bumps Market can be accessed by the Snakedance entrance near lift one (east entrance).

Temporary parking for post office business is encouraged.  For longer visits there is always room in the main parking lot, then take the walkway past the guard shack.

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Come visit Taos Ski Valley!


Small Village, Big Mountains!

Taos Ski Valley was incorporated as a village in 1996, New Mexico’s 100th municipality. While the last official census put our human population at 69 inhabitants, we share our valley with a much larger population of deer, elk, bear, and bighorn sheep.

At a base elevation of 9,200 feet, the Village is surrounded by green forests and high mountains.  We have the highest residential home in New Mexico at 10,388 feet elevation.  Wheeler Peak, the tallest mountain in New Mexico at 13,161 feet, overlooks the ski area and village.  We are home to the world class ski resort, Taos Ski Valley, and our mountains provide great skiing and snowboarding in winter and peaceful hiking in summer, along with a variety of outdoor activities.

We are located in the northern part of New Mexico, almost halfway between Albuquerque, New Mexico and Colorado Springs, Colorado.  The Town of Taos, the Taos County seat, is 21 miles away.

A century ago, our valley was a bustling miner’s camp.  Today Taos Ski Valley is home to 40-plus merchants with an inviting range of casual dining, lodging, shopping and outdoor activities. The Village’s European tradition welcomes you with a sense of belonging in our community.

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