MOUNTAIN RENAISSANCE

The spirit of discovery lives on in Taos. It’s different here. We’re not the cookie-cutter, Colorado mountain town type. With local native heritage dating back over 1,000 years, a Spanish heritage over 400 years and a cradle of visual artists for more than a century, Taos is authentic.

A Resort Reborn

Seven years into a ten-year, $350 million development plan, a grand vision’s taking shape. Taos Ski Valley’s lower plaza opens this winter with the Blake Residences, new local retailers including Cid’s Mountain Market and the Eis Haus skating rink. The pedestrian village will be a welcoming entrance for winter enthusiasts of all stripes.

Dining Redefined

New menus. Innovation in the face of a pandemic. Pop-up dinners. It’s no surprise to us that the Taos dining scene’s on fire these days. Refined to rustic, hearty to homegrown, somewhere there’s a meal waiting for you that you’ll never forget.

Adventurous Nature

Find yourself on the mountain. The spirit of discovery lives on and the slopes and trails will lead you to push your limits and get out of your comfort zone.

Cultural Grandeur

It’s different here. We’re not the cookie-cutter, Colorado mountain type of town. With local native heritage dating back over 1,000 years, a Spanish heritage over 400 years and a cradle of visual artists for more than a century, don’t just stay on the slopes. Take in the studios, galleries and nationally recognized museums to round out your visit.