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Continuing through March 30, Taos Chile Line Ski Express shuttle service will resume seasonal service offering access to/from Taos to Taos Ski Valley.
One-way fare aboard the Taos Chile Line Ski Express is $1 or $2 round trip. Riders must bring exact change. Passes can be purchased at the Taos Town Hall, located at 400 Camino de la Placita.
Shuttles are available on a first come, first served basis with pick up points throughout Taos and Taos Ski Valley.
The Town of Taos also operates the Taos Express, offering service between Santa Fe and Taos, and the in-town Chile Line.
Shuttle service to Taos Ski Valley is operated by the Town of Taos Transit Division in partnership with the Village of Taos Ski Valley.
For more information including shuttle schedules, call Delilah Garcia at 575-751-4459 or visit taos.gov, click on “transportation” then “chile line.”
On Dec. 12, Taos Ski Valley began operating every day of the week. At least half of Taos Ski Valley’s trails are open for skiing and snowboarding, including terrain, which requires skiers to hike up to a ridge.
In March 2013, Taos Ski Valley was named by “National Geographic” as one of the world’s “25 Best Ski Towns,” and has been called one of the top 10 “Destinations for Skiers and Non-Skiers” (2012) by Reuters.
On Dec. 19 Taos Ski Valley opened their Strawberry Hill Tubing Park from 2–6 p.m. daily through Jan. 5.
Named as one of the “Best Places to Spend Christmas” by “Travel and Leisure” magazine (October 2013), the Town of Taos celebratd Yuletide in Taos with a number of festive, holiday events including La Noche on the Plaza, Christmas Eve Procession at Taos Pueblo, Taos Pueblo Deer or Matachines Dance and will have a New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade and Fireworks in Taos Ski Valley at 6 p.m.
Visit taos.org for more information.