Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort

Address: 5224 State Highway 518, Vadito, New Mexico, 87579, United States | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge, located on 5224 State Highway 518, Vadito, is near Sipapu Ski Area.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort Vadito

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Vadito

      Entry 1 app edit

      A travel blog entry by bubba23017 on Nov 21, 2014

      28 photos

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      A Taos Day Trip

      A travel blog entry by robertjohncook1 on Jul 18, 2014

      17 photos

      ... narrows roaring with water from recent storms. In spite of the snowy winters (it's situated at 6967 feet of altitude) Taos enjoys 300 days of sunshine annnually. The stands of white aspen alongside the edges of creeks and rivers, vineyards & rangeland set the scene for downtown Taos. Like so many other towns and cities of the Southwest, the Spanish & Pueblo influences are everywhere. The old core is usually laid out around a central church ...

      Hobo-bohemian wedding experience

      A travel blog entry by kittenbadly on May 25, 2013

      8 photos

      ... in on such occasions. More intimidating, however, was the idea that it was a camping wedding three hours from home. Attending this wedding required a commitment akin to marriage, in my opinion. I would be trapped in the wilderness with people I barely knew, sleeping on the ground in a tent for the first time in twenty years. I rode there with my friend Liza's boyfriend, Jeremy. We chatted and had a good ride down, he smoked weed as we entered ...

      Taos and Beyond

      A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Jan 19, 2012

      1 photo

      ... mud was blessed she washed the mud then made the pots, then during the winter fired the pots in her wood burning stove that we were standing next to. The pots can be used to cook beans in; she brought in her own pot from off the stove, about 60 years old. Apparently, her daughter also makes beautiful pots that we fell in love with.

      We were only going to purchase one pot and even though we loved the one by her daughter we wanted the one made by ...

      Great plains to high mountains

      A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Oct 01, 2011

      5 comments, 14 photos

      ... tank, is now stealing it back, and at the summit it predicts that you can only do another 90 miles. Hours of fun for us, but a little risky in an area where we do not know how far the next gas station really is.

      Our final destination for the night was Taos, but there was “no room at any inn”, and we had to drive to Angel Fire, where we are staying in a large ski resort. It was dark when we got here, but I am full of expectations for a beautiful view tomorrow. ...