Bratwurst and Green-Chile Burritos Make Perfect Sense Together in Taos

February 7, 2020

Looking to elevate your après-ski game? Condé Nast Traveler shares why a visit to our client, Taos Ski Valley, is a must this ski season.

Looking to elevate your après-ski game? Condé Nast Traveler shares why a visit to our client, Taos Ski Valley, is a must this ski season.  

“The après-ski scene at North American resorts has vastly improved since the days of goopy nachos and canned light beer. Still, it’s easy for cookie-cutter sameness to creep in, especially if you’ve skied extensively. Not so at Taos Ski Valley, the proudly independent New Mexico hill where the happy coexistence of bratwursts and burritos can be traced to an idiosyncratic origin story.” Writes Elisabeth Vincentelli of Condé Nast Traveler.

If you’re ready to enjoy a combination of traditional Bavarian flavors and authentic New Mexican green chile after a long day on the slopes, then it’s time to book your next trip to Taos Ski Valley.

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