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The Sipapu mountain team spent the week designing and building the snow castle, a structure two to three stories tall with stairs, slides, flags and more for people to play on. The castle design is different every year. more
It takes a special kind of thrill seeker to hop on an aluminum snow shovel and fly down a snowy hillside. But that's what 185 competitors of all ages did in the 40th annual Angel Fire Resort World … more
GOURMET VALENTINE'S DAY DINNER AT MIDWAY YURT – For this inaugural event in the Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski Area in Red River, guides will lead you to the Midway Yurt on our groomed trails. Once in the warmth of the yurt, you will enjoy a delicious meal prepared by BLM Catering. Award-winning performer Michael Martin Murphey will also make a special appearance. more
Over the weekend, skiers and snowboarders who had waited out the closure posted photos to social media to mark the reopening of the mountain's 12,481-foot peak.   more
Angel Fire Resort is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its world famous shovel races and competitors are waxing up their rides for the Feb. 8-9 competition.Racers of all ages are invited to pit … more
Juddah Daffron of Taos plays on a U-12 indoor soccer team out of Santa Fe that is part of the Rio Rapids Soccer Club. more
ICE SKATING: The ice rink at the Taos Youth and Family Center is open seven days a week for public recreational skating. Cost to get on the ice is $3 for adults and $2 for children and includes … more
On Saturday (Jan. 19) three girls representing Taos traveled to Loveland, Colorado, to compete in the ATA Front Range Challenge. more
More than 300 fisherman turned out Jan. 26 to compete for cash and other prizes in the annual Eagle Nest Lake State Park Ice Fishing Tournament. Organizers said it was the largest tournament to date … more
Ski with a Ranger: At Pioneer Lift, Taos Ski Valley, on Wednesdays (Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27 and beyond) at 1 p.m. more
In a three-day event, participants traveled from throughout New Mexico and Colorado to compete in a range of events. more
Angel Fire Resort invites veterans, working military and their families for a long weekend at discounted rates, plus lessons for vets... more
The King and Queen of the Hill Terrain Park Competition, the 8th annual slopestyle competition at the Don Diego Terrain Park of Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort in conjunction with NMX Sports... more
Whitewater enthusiasts are already making waves -- because a deep snowpack on the Sangre de Cristo Mountains signals a good runoff in the Río Grande. more
The three-day event runs January 19-21 and its schedule is packed with classic cross-country ski races, freestyle skate races, snowbike and snowshoe races –– and costumes. Lots of costumes. more
Snowflakes floated down over skiers and snowboarders as they flew down the mountain at Red River Ski & Summer Area over the weekend. Like many of the local ski areas, Red River has been thriving … more
Just in time for the weekend visitors celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, as well as more snow in the forecast, Taos Ski Valley has opened the Kachina Peak Lift.  more
This fishing report has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. more
"Hiking the ridge" to Kachina Peak is a rite of passage for many skiers and riders. more
New Mexico Fishing ReportThis fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. … more
Many injuries and deaths are preventable. more
Taos Ski Valley and Not Forgotten Outreach invite past and present military members, their immediate families, and Gold Star Families to enjoy the 6th annual Not Forgotten Outreach Ski Week, from Jan. 22 – 27. more
Enchanted Forest Cross-Country Ski and Snowshoe Area has been open for business since mid-November.This is especially welcome since last year's weak snowfall meant the area never opened, and … more
This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities. more
The Bureau of Land Management Taos Field Office is continuing the closure of the La Junta Trail at the Wild Rivers Recreation Area. The closure is required to address maintenance needs. The closure will remain in effect until further notice. more
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