Original Post #1 for the 2015-16 Taos thread (now Post #4 after a few posts moved)
The addition of the new Kachina Peak lift changed the feel of the mountain in a big way. There is also news that additional grooming on Main Street & Blitz will happen next season. This will open up quite a bit of new terrain previously not available to lower level skiers. I suppose this move will make the resort more family friendly. Good or bad, it all depends on your perspective.
With all those changes and the prediction of a strong El Niño, Taos will be a good place to be for the coming season.
Anyone thinking of heading south of the border for the coming season?
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ck675's post originally posted in another Taos thread
Got a very disheartening email this morning from TSV....
"We are purchasing 2 new Pisten Bully 400 snow cats and will be grooming more steep terrain as conditions permit, including the steep mainstays of Hunziker, Pappa Bear, Ruby Gully, Zagava and Moe's along with Main Street on Kachina Peak and Blitz when conditions allow."