Ski-in/ski-out vacation rentals in Taos Ski Valley

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Home in El Prado
Taos Skybox "Horizons" High Desert Retreat
Set on 30 acres of private land on the western edge of town, Taos Skybox "Horizons" studio is a unique vacation home experience, purpose-built to take advantage of the dark skies and endless vistas of the high desert landscape. Sitting at 7,000 ft. above sea level, views abound, as your retreat borders Taos Pueblo Native lands, yet is only 15 minutes from the Taos Plaza. Truly a memorable destination, Horizons is modern and well-equipped with a full kitchen, laundry, and fiber optic internet!
$118 per night
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Home in El Prado
Taos Skybox "Stargazer" High Desert Retreat
Set on 30 acres of private land on the western edge of town, Taos Skybox "Stargazer" is a unique vacation home experience, purpose-built to take advantage of the dark skies and endless vistas of the high desert landscape. Sitting at 7,000 ft. above sea level, views abound, as your retreat borders Taos Pueblo Native lands, yet is only 15 minutes from the Taos Plaza. Truly a memorable destination, Stargazer is modern and well-equipped with a full kitchen, laundry, and fiber optic internet!
$121 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Mountain Retreat of Winter's Hope Condo
We do follow TSV's & NM Safe certification Covid requirements & restrictions and need our guests to do so as well. Some amenities that are not listed may be available by special request. Read the entire listing & NM Covid restrictions (NM Healthdot org) before booking with us. Mountain Retreat is about 1 mile from the base of TSV. Currently, activities are on a changing basis. TSV is slowly re-opening, but expect there to be restrictions. We will be happy to answer any questions.
$99 per night
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Taos Ski Valley vacation rentals

Home in Taos Ski Valley
Taos Mountain Cabin
$170 per night
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Home in El Prado
Solar powered Taos Eco-Gem. Huge views & hot tub
$165 per night
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Resort Village Modern Studio Condo
$96 per night
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Earthen home in El Prado
Dos Caminos Casa~cozy w/hot tub & beautiful views!
$133 per night
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Dome in El Prado
Geodesic Earth Dome
$79 per night
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Earthen home in El Prado
Relaxing Taos Adobe Abode
$80 per night
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Farm stay in Taos Ski Valley
Writer’s Farm Cabin, hot tub, hiking, near Taos
$122 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
King Loft, Walk to Trails and Slopes
$120 per night
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Guest suite in Taos
Cozy Adobe Home Near Historic Taos Plaza ☀️
$69 per night
Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Beautiful Studio 1.5 miles from Taos Ski Valley
$135 per night
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Home in Taos Ski Valley
Cozy Amizette Cabin
$139 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Taos Haus Condo with fireplace and deck
$123 per night
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Ski-in/ski-out cabins in Taos Ski Valley

Cabin in Angel Fire
Shotski’s lodge- Ski In/Out with Hot-tub.
$340 per night
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Cabin in Angel Fire
Spacious Cabin Near Skiing, Hiking, and Fishing
$200 per night
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Cabin in Angel Fire
Valley View Cabin, New Hot Tub, Close to Ski Lifts
$300 per night
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Cabin in Angel Fire
Raven’s Nest Cabin with Glowing Bocce Ball Court
$224 per night
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Cabin in Angel Fire
CHRISTMAS SPRING BREAK/ ANYTIME 3/2 INTERNET
$275 per night
Cabin in Angel Fire
Cochiti Cabin (Our Slice of Heaven)
$314 per night
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Cabin in Red River
Wonderful, family friendly 5 Bd in Downtown RR!
$1,000 per night
Cabin in Red River
Beaver Lodge - In Town - On the River - Near Copper Chair Lift - Free WiFi - Cable - Walk to Main Street - Gas Grill - Wood Burning Fireplace
$212 per night
Cabin in Red River
Aspen Chant Cabin - In Town - New Property - Pet Friendly
$201 per night
Cabin in Red River
CJ A-Frame 5 - Pet Friendly - In Town - Ski In/Ski Out - Free WiFi - Cable - Gas Grill - Gas Fireplace
$269 per night
Cabin in Red River
CJ A-Frame 2 - In Town - Ski In/Ski Out - On The River - Free WiFi - Cable - Wood Burning Fireplace
$257 per night

Taos Ski Valley condo rentals

Condo in Taos Ski Valley
6 Taos Ski Valley Gem -Ski to slope, Creek Side!
$183 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Walk to slopes Studio, Kitchen, fireplace, deck +
$150 per night
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Walk to slopes hotel room
$125 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Beautiful loft studio minutes from Taos Ski Valley
$145 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Cozy Streamside Studio 1 Mi From Taos Ski Resort!
$150 per night
Condo in Taos
Romantic & Cozy Retreat in the Heart of Taos
$66 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Serene Taos Studio, 1.5 Miles from Ski Valley
$135 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Alpine Village - Two Bedroom Condo
$310 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Top of the World in Taos Ski Valley
$119 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Taos Ski Valley Sweet Spot
$145 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Comfortable, Beautiful Condo
$109 per night
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Condo in Taos Ski Valley
Cozy Quiet Condo on the Hill
$136 per night
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Your guide to Taos Ski Valley

Welcome to Taos Ski Valley

Originally a copper mining village called Twining, this mountain town is all about one thing now: skiing. High in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in the shadow of Wheeler Peak — New Mexico’s highest point at 13,161 feet — this high-elevation town has been a ski resort since the 1950s. Back then, a family bought the land that would become Taos Ski Valley (yes, the village and resort share a name) and developed a ski area with a homegrown vibe, attracting relatively low crowds to its world-class slopes, known for adventure skiing. A billionaire conservationist purchased the resort in 2013 and has been sprucing up the slopes and amenities. New lifts, restaurants, and ski areas sprung up, all run as a B corporation — a business required to meet certain environmental and social standards. To that end, the resort is deploying electric vehicles and energy-efficient snowmaking in an effort to lower its carbon footprint, among other initiatives. Just 30 minutes from the artsy outpost of Taos, Taos Ski Valley is an idyllic base from which to explore the snowy mountains and desert plains of New Mexico.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Taos Ski Valley?

Winter — extending into early spring — is high season for vacation rentals here. As the inches of snow rise, so does the visitor count. (Although you still find fewer crowds here than at buzzier ski locales.) And despite the low temperatures — especially in chilly January — you’re likely to encounter sun, as it shines about 290 days a year here. Late spring and fall are sedate shoulder seasons, and in summer, when temperatures are balmy and warm, Taos Ski Valley is a low-key base for exploring the Carson National Forest and other natural wonders. The resort offers scenic lift rides, and its peakside restaurant is a choice place for an outdoor beverage with mountain views.


What are the top things to do in Taos Ski Valley?

Taos Ski Resort

Previously known for rugged adventure skiing, the revamped Taos Ski Resort now offers something for everyone. Daredevils can still navigate Kachina Peak, with an elevation of more than 12,000 feet, but there’s also a ski school for beginners and a kids’ area, served by a gondolita, made for pint-sized bodies.

Taos

A trip to Taos Ski Valley wouldn’t be complete without a visit to its big sister at the base of the mountain range. This laid-back, artsy outpost replete with adobe architecture is renowned for its world-class museums and gallery hopping, as well as its spas and hot springs.

Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway

This three-hour, 84-mile drive loops around Wheeler Peak and connects Taos Ski Valley to neighboring mountain towns like rugged Questa, home to a four-day plein-air painting festival every July. On your journey you’ll also pass mesas, forests, and lush river valleys. Combine it with a side trip to Taos, which is also on the way.