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Ka-Ching: New Kachina Lift Brings New Vibe—& Visitors—to Taos

20th March 2015 | Krista Crabtree

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With the new Kachina Peak lift, photographers find a new scenic spot for Taos visitors. - © Krista Crabtree

With the new Kachina Peak lift, photographers find a new scenic spot for Taos visitors.
Copyright: Krista Crabtree

With the new Kachina Peak lift, photographers find a new scenic spot for Taos visitors. - © Krista Crabtree
Locals may lament at the traffic and bumped up runs off of Kachina Peak, but more people can enjoy the steep and technical terrain than ever. - © Krista Crabtree

Locals may lament at the traffic and bumped up runs off of Kachina Peak, but more people can enjoy the steep and technical terrain than ever.
Copyright: Krista Crabtree

Locals may lament at the traffic and bumped up runs off of Kachina Peak, but more people can enjoy the steep and technical terrain than ever. - © Krista Crabtree
Taos' new Kachina Peak lift—for advanced through expert skiers and riders—whisks public just shy of the 12,481 summit. - © Krista Crabtree

Taos' new Kachina Peak lift—for advanced through expert skiers and riders—whisks public just shy of the 12,481 summit.
Copyright: Krista Crabtree

Taos' new Kachina Peak lift—for advanced through expert skiers and riders—whisks public just shy of the 12,481 summit. - © Krista Crabtree
Skier descending Kachina Peak. Photo by Ken Gallard. - © Ken Garland

Skier descending Kachina Peak. Photo by Ken Gallard.
Copyright: Ken Garland

Skier descending Kachina Peak. Photo by Ken Gallard. - © Ken Garland

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