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Had the most amazing margaritas and bloody marys made by the friendly and talented Michael! Thanks, Y'all, for a great place to ski and relax! BIG improvement on smiling faces and customer service this year...
First of all they would not give us a price when we made our reservations, just a ballpark of $150ish per night for one of cabins. When we showed up it was $260/night! But we were 30minutes from anywhere else and there for a wedding...More
We’ve come up to the mountain quite frequently over the years and we always enjoy our time! The staff is awesome! From the park guys to the bar staff we always feel at home! Michael Garcia up at the top bar always is our favorite!He...More
The hotel was so nasty that I got sick while there. I had a sore throat the entire time I was skiing. The actual hill was fine, The hotel was just nasty. I you are going to go here I would recommend getting a cabin.
I stayed at Sipapu as part of a large group for two weeks for a prescribed fire event in the nearby town of Penasco. It was a treat to be able to come back to the quaint lodge and the hearty dinners served in the...More
That is only a few weeks after the ski season ends, so there will probably still be a snow base on the mountain. Their mountain would be great for disc golf, but I would definitely call and make sure the course is open.
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They are Slightly easier than Taos. We had constant (sometimes white out) snow when I was at whitefish so that made visibility more difficult, but the green runs were pretty similar to Taos's. I had more time and better... More
They are Slightly easier than Taos. We had constant (sometimes white out) snow when I was at whitefish so that made visibility more difficult, but the green runs were pretty similar to Taos's. I had more time and better visibility at Taos, and I got to run the blues and greens enough to get comfortable on them in skis. I didn't have as much time at whitefish, and I'm new to snowboarding, which made it more difficult for me, but it wouldn't be for most people. The altitude is much lower at whitefish though so it's easier to breathe and you have more energy. Taos is extremely high in altitude making it more difficult to breathe, nose bleeds, all that fun stuff.
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