Taos Ski Valley Discount Lift Tickets & Ski Deals

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Did you realize that until 2008, Taos was one of only four resorts in America that prohibited snowboarding? Known as the “un-resort-resort” because of its laid-back vibe, Taos is served by 13 lifts that provide access to 1,294 skiable acres. If you like it steep and deep, Taos Ski Valley will satisfy you. Due to its location in the Southern Rockies, Taos sees both epic snow and many bluebird days. For individual and group discount lift tickets at Taos Ski Valley, look no further. Taos Ski Valley also welcomes corporate groups with discounted rates on lift tickets, rentals, and lessons at GetSkiTickets.com!

Skier and Rider Resort Review for Taos Ski Valley


    Suuuweet 2 day run

    Pros : Fresh powder, resort run like a Rolex. Great time
    Cons : Not as many blacks open as we were hoping for but we still had a great time.

    Really awesome attention to detail, this place is run like a jeweled clock. From the parking lot attendees and shuttle execution, to the staffing at all chairs, they are operationally run well. The staff, on top of a solid operation, have great customer service attitudes, and are very friendly and helpful. The snow was deep and fresh, the runs well groomed and marked clearly. We had 2 experienced skiers and 2 noobies and everyone had a great time.

    review by Matthew Hester on January 2, 2017

    Awesome trip

    Pros : Wide spread mountain, no lift lines, lots of different terrain
    Cons : Lots of bumps, if you don't like bumps some runs are limited

    We just came back from a week of skiing in Taos. It was sunny, snow was awesome. Stayed in ski village. A bit of a pain right now as construction on hotel made some navigation around the village a bit more difficult. But when done, the ski village will be that much better. Explore all the runs, just note lots of the blacks (and ALL double blacks) are mogels. We definitely will be coming back. Some of our best skiing. More challenging than Vail/Beaver Creek

    review by Marcy on February 13, 2016

    What a gem!

    Pros : Great ski trails and ski in/out lodging
    Cons : No real apres ski, not for beginners, and possible altitude sickness!

    I had never skied Taos. I have been to Salt Lake City (Brighton, Alta, Snowbird, Solitude) and Colorado several times. We wanted to try something different. Taos Ski Valley was a breath of fresh air man. Definitely felt smaller, and higher up! It dumped almost 2 feet of snow in 2 days, so there was fresh powder and almost no grooming done. I thought it was challenging and awesome, whereas some thought it was inconvenient that the trails were so rugged. The only drawback for me was that the new lift to all the black diamonds (Kachina Peak) was closed the whole time because of all the new snow. So, we definitely have to go back! Getting the discount lift tickets off this website was super easy too, and worth it. We stayed at Rio Hondo and it was great. Even better if you have kids, because it is literally across the parking lot. I will say the ski school isn’t the greatest here. SUPER nice people, but not a lot being taught. Terry’s Sports also gave amazing customer service! Thanks for making it easy to have a great trip!! Cheers!

    review by Devon on March 8, 2015

    Great family trip

    Pros : small enough to see each other occasionally but big enough to have a level for everybody, staff very friendly and helpful
    Cons : everything closes up early

    We were a family of 5 with snowboarders who do blacks and skiers who do greens and the “bunny slopes”. They had something for everybody. Our sons said the terrain park was pretty small and they preferred just playing on the slopes since there was not a lot to do in the terrain area. Loved the little lift and slope for us to get acclimated to snow skiing again. We loved Honeysuckle. All the non-cafeteria restaurants had great food. If you have never been and are looking at a map of Ski Valley, there are no streets in ski valley. All the stores and most restaurants are all right there at the base of the mountain. We rented equipment and had great results everywhere we went. We will go back and would recommend for all ski levels.

    review by NP on December 31, 2014

    Great New Years Trip

    Pros : Powder, slopes, weather, mountain staff
    Cons : Bar scene

    No complaints. Wish the people that worked the local bars weren’t rude, but had nothing to do with the resort itself. Great powder, trails, mountain staff and slopes. Would recommend to any skier, especially intermediate skill level or above.

    review by Chris on January 12, 2014

    Awsome ski week - small glitch with tickets

    Pros : Perfect Spring Break at our favorite spot for REAL skiers
    Cons : Our "get-ski-tickets" multi-day passes all expired on the 2nd day???

    Our first ski day (3/10) we were pushing powder all day long thanks to 29″ of the fresh stuff. We have been in love with Taos since our first experience 25 years ago. Hiked the ridge to Kachina peak mid week and the snow was still awsome. Glitch with the tickets we got from get-ski-tickets.com was resolved fast and friendly by the staff (scanner on the lift showed expired on second day). It was fixed in 20 minutes and still worth the money we saved for all 6 of us skiiing. Spring break week and there were still NO lines at our favorite runs. We always stay in downtown Taos so we can walk and explore if we aren’t beat from a long ski day. The drive is easy and scenic and not much hassle. Even drove out to the Rio Grande gorge bridge to get a glimse of the comet one evening.

    review by Tony B on March 22, 2013

    Spring Break 2013

    Pros : Had great snow the day we arrived. Our tickets were waiting for us!

    Had a great time as usual. Our tickets were ready to pick up. The crew at Getskitickets.com worked diligently to resolve server problem to ensure our order was processed in time and followed up late into the evening. We will purchase future tickets through them. Thanks!

    review by Kevin Altieri on March 22, 2013

    Super Friendly Resort!

    Pros : Great Staff, Views, and Skiing
    Cons : none

    Went the day they received over a foot of snow. Skiing was great. Snow conditions on the mountain were awesome. The Saturday we skied it was a bit busy because only one lift was open until they got the go ahead to open most of the rest of the mountain. Almost all of the Taos workers have a super friendly disposition which is great to be around. I will definitely go again! Saved about $60 on 4 day lift tickets for our group of three.

    review by Becka on March 22, 2013

    Good Times

    Pros : No lines, had fresh snow on 2/25/13, good food in cafe & good drinks at St Bernards
    Cons : Needs a lift to peaks, parking lot shuttle, lift locations, a few up hill traverses

    Had a very good time, staff is young and friendly, saved a lot on tickets, no hassle, got good action photos on Mtn from Cold Smoke Photo, had some good drinks at St Bernards and stopped at a Steeler bar in little village on the road out I think its Abes.

    review by perry darke on March 21, 2013

    Love Taos

    Pros : Lots of slopes to choose from
    Cons : Spring Break 2013 was Hot!

    But that’s not Taos’s fault. We went last year and the weather was perfect. For some reason this year it was skiing in short sleeve shirts. Thanks Mother Nature! Getskitickets.com is definitely worth the buy. Will do it again next year. THe mountain and the views are awesome and so are all the people who worked there. See you next year!

    review by PH on March 20, 2013

    Great skiing and great lodging!

    Pros : Amazing slopes and friendly people everywhere
    Cons : Don't go with beginners. Somewhat difficult mountain

    We stayed at the condos right by the ski school lift (forgot the name) and it was perfect! We could ski right down to our condo! The hot tub was always running and everyone working and staying there was extremely nice/helpful. The food/bars on the mountain were awesome and they even had a mini mart so you didn’t have to drive all the way into town if you wanted to make your own food.

    Overall I had my best experience skiing in about seven years! I can’t wait to go back to Taos!

    review by Jarred Griffin on March 20, 2013

    Wonderful surprise!

    Pros : Wonderful mountain , surprises on every run, lots of powder, lots of bumps, friendly staff, couldn't ask for better conditions
    Cons : Après ski is non existent , so be prepared to ski hard, soak in the hot tub and off to bed!

    Wonderful surprise! We’ve skied on many mountains in Europe and USA, this was our first time to Taos, and what skiing! We will absolutely be coming back year after year to ski Taos. Some of our group took group lessons , that was so personal, they had videos made, recap each day after the lesson, they improved tremendously.

    review by Chinta on March 19, 2013

    Taos is great! GetSkiTickets has awesome discounts!

    Pros : Scenery, Good runs for begginers and pros, ski & snowboard, good lodging options
    Cons : None

    This my third annual ski trip with my friends. We always take the trip to Taos, it’s just awesome. It’s easy to drive, park, and lodge. We have been staying at Sierra del Sol for the past three years. They have the closest condos to the base (Lift 1 — main lift) and they are priced okay. They are a 2 minute walk away from the lift. Taos has great runs for beginners and for pros. If you or your friends/family have a mix of talents Taos is a good place to be. Their beginner runs are great and make you challenge yourself. Their blues are also awesome and challenging. I haven’t been on any blacks+ yet but I plan on doing so next year. If you ever get to go here, check out the view from Honeysuckle; it’s just beautiful.

    Taos Ski Village has a bunch of restaurants, bars, cafe’s. You can definitely find a place to eat after a long day on the mountain. I’ve tried Stray Dog, Rhoda’s, Martini Tree Bar, and others. You’ll find something to eat/drink. My friends and I also venture to Taos, the town, which is about 25 minutes away by car. We like to pay a visit to Taos Outback Pizza. Really cool ambiance and very good pizza.

    I bought my lift tickets from GetSkiTickets and I was able to save a bunch of money over 3 days of snowboarding. Buying from this website was an excellent choice. I had some questions that Heather was able to answer when I called her phone. Once I went to Taos I was able to get my Lift pass in less than a minute by providing the ticket office with a print out of the email I received from this website. Thanks GetSkiTickets and Taos, you made my rides extremely enjoyable this year!

    review by Zaki S. on February 20, 2013

    Taos Ski Valley!

    Pros : Scenery and challenging terrain.
    Cons : The drive up can be icy.

    We normally ski Angel Fire but switched to Taos this trip. I think I found my new favorite ski resort. We happened to get good snow while there, but they were dry for the month of January so thankfully, the snow was great. I saved about $55 for my family of 4 through GetSkiTickets.com.

    review by Christian V. on January 30, 2013

    Thanks GetSkiTickets.com! This is a great resort.

    Pros : Steeps, trees, views and New Mexican charm.
    Cons : none

    I bought lift tickets through GetSkiTickets.com for my family. It was an easy process. The skiing was great even though Taos could have used more snow. The chutes on highline ridge are must ski if you like it steep.

    review by Vanessa on December 12, 2012

    Awesome day!

    Pros : Customer Service
    Cons : N/A

    I skied Taos with my family this past Spring. We had an incredible day on the mountain! It snowed 6 inches the day we were there and we skied powder all day. The terrain was awesome and we kept saying…this is one of the best days we’ve had all year! There were NO lift lines and the access to the resort from the parking lot was a BREEZE! The people who work at Taos are really so dedicated to their guests! It was nice be in such a great place!We will be coming back to Taos for sure! Thanks for the memories!

    review by etroyer on November 8, 2012

    Super Friendly/ Great Terrain

    Pros : A lot of mountain to explore
    Cons : First impression can be intimidating

    Taos was the most friendliest resort I have ever been too. I have never had so many staff willing to help, point you in the right direction and just overall happy. They have some great lodges tucked in the mountain to take a lunch break. It is an easy mountain to get around because there is only one base.

    review by Heather on November 6, 2012

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