Taos Ski Valley’s Al’s Run Named one of the “Worlds Scariest Ski Slopes” by Travel and Leisure Magazine
In a recent article in Travel and Leisure Magazine, Sarah Gold, Female Adventure and Travel writer named Taos Ski Valley’s Als Run one of the Scariest Ski Slope in the world. In the November web issue Al’s Run is compared to Sunshine Village’s Delirium Dive in Banff, Canada as well as Corbet’s Couloir of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Gold describes Al’s Run as “A combination of length (1,800 vertical feet) and mammoth-size moguls deter(ing) plenty of skiers from attempting Al’s; worse, though, is that the entire trail stretches beneath the No. 1 chairlift. Translation: if you’d rather make flying face-plants without a (vocally appreciative) audience, pick another route”.
Many other slopes are available for skiers of all levels. Strawberry Hill, White Feather, Bambi, and The Burrow offer a seemingly endless play ground for novices while the rest of Taos Mountain challenges more advanced skiers with the expert skied Highline Ridge, Kachina Peak and West Basin.
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Taos Ski Valley accommodates skiers of every skill level and ability.
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