So, the downhill, the powder, the moguls – they are all great. But you are looking for a little more challenge.
How about chasing chickens, searching for Bigfoot, and answering some ridiculous riddles on the mountain? In costume?
If that sounds like the perfect day on the slopes to you, you need to gather up your team and enter the New Belgium Scavenge at Taos. Teams of four will have an amazing time, face some crazy challenges, and bond like nobody’s business while raising money for a great cause, the Field Institute of Taos.
And hey, if you are up for a the skiing scavenger hunt, you may as well make it a full spring break in Taos. With Nearly 1300 skiable acres, 113 trails and a 2612 foot vertical drop, you can’t go wrong skiing in Taos. And the amazing Taos culture doesn’t stop because it’s winter, so you will find some amazing art, unique shopping and award-winning southwestern cuisine when you step off the slopes.
Haven’t booked your spring break in Taos yet? Ski Daddy can help with that. From lodging and rentals to lift tickets and lessons, Ski Daddy can handle it all; he might even offer some tips on catching the chickens on your scavenger hunt.