New Mexico Is Having ‘One Of Those Seasons You Dream About’
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Normally known for a desert climate that lacks precipitation, New Mexico’s mountains are an anomaly and with this year’s El Niño blowing storm after storm through the southwest, Taos Ski Valley is acting as 2016’s figurehead for deep snow, no lift lines, and rowdy terrain. So far, the resort is reporting a season total of 157″ of consistent snowfall and cold temperatures that is providing for all-time conditions down south.
Base @Taos = 96″!
So much so that world-renowned action photographers such asJimmy Chin and Chris Figenshau have been busy snapping shots of Jeremy Jones, Sierra Quitiquit, and Cody Townsend over the past week in what appear to be some of the deepest photographs of the year.
Ski Santa Fe is currently reporting a base depth of 98″!
As the year progresses, resort officials are hoping that additional storms and cold temperatures will push the season into late April but right now officials are happy to report that skier-visits are up 30% at places like Ski Santa Fe according to KOAT Albuquerque.
Let it snow!
Read the entire KOAT.com article here: Business booming on New Mexico ski slopes