3-level A-frame with a bedroom on each floor, parking for one car at landing above cabin, additional cars park at the base. 10 min walk down the hill to ski basin and restaurants. Many hiking and biking trails to explore. Great views from the cabin, fireplace, and a deck on 2 levels overlooking the ski valley. The road is steep. 4-wheel drive and good snow tires are required in the winter.
It's a comfortable space with lots of natural light and an unparalleled view of the valley. Walking access to hiking, biking and skiing. 10 minute walk to base of lift 1.
PLEASE NOTE: Chipmunk Lane is very steep and the steps to the cabin are rough. Please be careful. Also, please park on the landing above the cabin. It is best to do your grocery shopping before you get to the ski valley because there is only a small convenience market in the ski valley.
Interior stairs are open and steep as well. This is a traditional A-frame with 3-levels and a bedroom on each level. People with young children and seniors should be cautious.
Guests have access to all the space of the cabin.
Interaction with guests
I am reachable by phone anytime.
Other things to note
Welcome to Taos Ski Valley!
Just a few things about the cabin:
Clean linens are on all the beds.
Please feel free to use anything in the kitchen. Coffee on top shelf, tea over the oven.
Movies are on the shelves and in the main floor bedroom.
Any beds you use, please strip before you leave.
Used towels please put on the floor in a pile.
Please turn the heat down to 55 when you leave. At the lower level use the thermostat at the far side of the bed. The one at the bottom of the stair is for the gas fired stove.
Finally, put the key back where you found it when you leave.
If you have a lot of garbage, please dispose of it at the Taos Ski Valley dumpster. It is located at the end of the lowest parking area down at the base.
Call me if there are any concerns.
I hope that you enjoy our cabin. It is a great escape and we love it here. Remember
to drink lots of water. Take a water bottle with you when you hike.
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Things we like to do:
Northside Taos- just up the street from us. It is a private preserve with an access fee. A lovely place to hike and offers mountain biking too.
Williams Lake hike- head to up the main road to Bavarian and park in the hiker’s parking area. Head toward the ski lift and then up the return ski trail and bear left.
Beaver dams and homes- on the ski basin road near Taos East condos. You can park anywhere there is area to pull off the road and at dusk you can catch a glimpse of them at work. Just look for their handy work- terraced ponds and mud stick houses.
They are attracting many fisherman.
Pond up the road- There is a pond up the main road and the return ski trail and creek above are a cool place to hang out. You can walk to it from the cabin.
Tim’s Stray Dog Cantina- great nachos with brisket. At the base.
The Bavarian- interesting space and good food.
Black Diamond Coffee- not sure if open during the week.
Lift 4 open for rides- Thursday thru Monday.
parking for one car at landing above cabin, additional cars park at the base
In heavy snow, access has to wait until plowed. Interior stairs are open and steep.
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