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I always stay in Taos.   Hotels are a bit cheaper, lots of restaurants, and there's an inexpensive shuttle to the mountain several times a day. Beats driving when it's icy or when tired.
Core2 - a bit off topic, not sure if I already asked. What do you think is the best route from Phx to Taos? Probably doing the drive this year, sick of airlines.   thx
"But...these days, the system bindings are going away"   And I am so happy.   :)
Thanks guys for all the info.   I do usually stay in Taos, I like the vibe.
I pretty much only ski Aspen when in CO.
This looks like the nail in the coffin for Colorado trips for me. No shoulder on a mountain pass equals very bad things. I'll stick to Heavenly, Taos, the Wasatch and, uh, AZ.   Raise the federal gasoline tax, (not tied to inflation?) and not done for over 20 years. This would be the time to do it, but politicians are too busy licking boots. Tolls would not be needed.   Or I could pay nearly $400 round trip using Colorado Mountain Express.   Ugh.
Someone has told me my two favorite hotels in Taos have been sold, and are now smoking allowed hotels.. ? If true - any locals or Taos regulars that can point me to some good places - but they also need to be on the Chile shuttle bus line..   On a related note - anyone have a link to Taos Chile line map during the winter? NCRTD shows everything but that.     Thanks
  Arizona skier...
I really like Arrowhead - I don't they are trying to turn it into a tree run, I just think they have not trimmed the saplings..
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