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  • Cowboy Cheerleaders at Angel Fire?

    The bar TV isn't the only place to see NFL cheerleaders. At Angel Fire this weekend, you can sidle up to Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders who are filling in for ticket checkers. Full Article

    22nd January 2007

  • Going Higher at Santa Fe

    Last year, Santa Fe's new Millenium lift sat idle. Mother Nature's meager contribution of the white stuff just wasn't enough to inaugurate the new lift. This year, however, is a different story. Full Article

    17th January 2007

  • Pajarito Piping Water?

    To combat recent dry years, Pajarito Mountain is considering installation of a $2.6 million snowmaking system. While May balloting of the Los Alamos Ski Club owners showed support, finding water is the challenge. Full Article

    8th January 2007

  • Snorkeling in New Mexico

    Inches mean nothing in New Mexico. In the Land of Enchantment this past week, they're talking feet. And for Angel Fire, skiers almost needed snorkels. Full Article

    1st January 2007

  • Stocking Stuffers at Taos

    What do you want for Christmas in New Mexico? Snow, of course. And that's exactly what Taos got in its stockings. Full Article

    25th December 2006

  • Gunning Up at Red River

    After having one of their best turnouts ever for their early season race camp, Red River commenced daily operations this past weekend. With more guns added to their snowmaking arsenal this year, they are "a bit ahead of last year," according to Wes Haydon, Director of Skier Services. Full Article

    19th December 2006

  • Sipapu Snow Reports

    Winter started with a vengeance at Sipapu, with snows piling up 20 inches in seven days. Assisted by snowmaking, the resort opened two lower lifts, launching daily operations last weekend on Dec. 8. But check the snow report before you go running to the slopes on your spanking new boards! Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Angel Fire Beats Out Last Year

    "It looks great out there," said Angel Fire's Cody Fisher. "We're already better than last year." After last winter's snows failed to deliver until spring, many New Mexico resorts had skimpy ski seasons. But not so this year. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Taos Cranks Up

    Due to sustained cold temperatures that have allowed snowmakers to supplement Mother Nature's droppings, New Mexico's Taos Ski Valley plans to crank up a few lifts this week. Full Article

    21st November 2006

  • Lowriding at Angel Fire

    Cementing its reputation as a Mecca of southwest snowboarding, New Mexico's Angel Fire Resort is adding one more freestyle park to its hill this winter. In addition to Liberation Park with their 400-foot half pipe and a short school bus, they are constructing features in their new Lowrider Park. Full Article

    8th November 2006

  • Let It Blow at Taos

    Over the weekend, new snows fell at Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico, prompting at least one family to hit the slopes for sledding. The flakes supplement snowmaking guns which fired up on Oct. 20. Full Article

    31st October 2006

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