The Bavarian Lodge & Restaurant

Address: 100 Kachina Road, Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico, 87525, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 100 Kachina Road, Taos Ski Valley, is near Taos Ski School, Wheeler Peak, Al's Run, and Lost Lake.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Bavarian Lodge & Restaurant Taos Ski Valley

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    Travel Blogs from Taos Ski Valley

    Colorado Springs to Taos, New Mexico

    A travel blog entry by tykle on Jun 27, 2013

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... The snowfall was so great that people had a very hard time getting to the ski resort. By Friday morning, the skies had cleared, the slopes were empty, and the powder was thigh-deep. Ty *thinks* this is the lodge at which they had stayed.

    At the end of the road into Taos Ski Village is the very-poorly marked campground. ...


    A travel blog entry by jks_orl on Jun 02, 2013

    Was a relaxed day, except the part when we had to do our hearings!

    Went for a another short hike after waking up, and then did our faculty hearings. It wasn't as terrible or nerve racking as we both had thought, and we survived! They decided to switch my Italian piece and switched Oliver's French for others that they thought would be better in an audition package.

    We had our first orientation and dinner tonight ...

    NM: Pizza, French Fries

    A travel blog entry by carlos.chavez on Mar 19, 2012

    Tuesday-went to ski school and got the kids into group lessons. They had a good time, and were excited to ski for the first time this season. Both were skiing at the same level as last year. Sean did his 1/2 day lesson, and was tired. Ryan decided that he wanted to stay for the afternoon.Daddy skied all day. It was a great ...

    In an old movie

    A travel blog entry by dodotheexplorer on Oct 04, 2010

    2 photos

    But short after we were back on the road to Santa Fe. The road and scenery extremely boring with long straight roads and the same scenery for a long long time. Only as we got closer to Santa Fe the scenery was changing. We were more up in the mountains and the views were stunning. Around 4pm we arrived than at the hotel and now getting ready for the evening and exploring of Santa Fe also called Taos. So ...

    Taos Pueblo - Oldest Continuously Inhabited Place

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 02, 2010

    44 photos

    ... Mexico and South America than anything else in this

    Taos Pueblo is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, one of rather
    few in the U.S. that are not national parks or other natural areas. The Pueblo
    can only be visited on a guided tour. Apparently, visitors are allowed to
    attend some of the Pueblo’s religious ceremonies and celebrations but pictures
    aren’t allowed then.