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If COVID and Mother Nature cooperate, Taos Ski Valley has announced it will host the 2022 World Pro Ski Tour Championship April 7 – 10, 2022. Holding a world championship ski competition is a significant milestone in TSV’s history. “After putting this event on hold the last two seasons, Taos is thrilled to welcome the World Pro Ski Tour back,” notes David Norden, CEO of Taos Ski Valley. “We have the terrain, the resources, and most importantly, the enthusiasm to welcome this world-famous group of Olympians and professionals. In addition to skiing excitement, this multi-day event will help drive economic recovery throughout the Northern New Mexico region.” Thousands of spectators, competitors, and sponsors are expected to attend, showcasing Taos’ world-renowned terrain on international television.
As I huffed up the gentle slope through the snow, I made a mental note: watch out for the narrow-leaf yucca plant just to the right of the big orange ponderosa; give it a wide berth. Falling on that would be disastrous. It was not, I pondered, the normal thought one had while going skiing, but here I was — once again — skiing on an eight-inch base of snow in a mixed piñon, cedro, and ponderosa forest, at our remote cabin in the Tusas Mountains above Ojo Caliente.
The colder weather has us bundling up and cozying under multiple blankets by the fire. What better way to coax ourselves out of bed each morning than a deliciously comforting morning cocktail?! Of course, you can enjoy this cocktails in the evening, too. We’ve included a range of winter morning sips below from a creamy and energizing Irish Coffee, to a savory and filling Bloody Mary, a twist on the Spiked Spiced Cider and more. Whatever your beverage of choice … Read More