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After a succession of snowstorms blanketed Taos County and much of New Mexico, dozens headed to U.S. Hill and Sipapu Ski Resort over the weekend to make the most of the snowfall.  more
Hunting and sharing the harvest is a tradition that runs deep in Northern New Mexico. more
Comet Wirtanen may be one of those rare comets visible to the naked eye. more
With 119 years of data recorded, the annual count is a valuable tool. more
At the end of last year, Jamie Ash set a personal goal that would be hard to accomplish and take months of training: the Taos business owner set her sights on hiking in the Gates of the Arctic National Park in Alaska. more
With the recent snow, many of the trails at higher elevations are covered in a deep layer of white powder. It is still possible to hike year-round both in the deep snow … more
Snow is on the ground, the cold has set in and November is almost done. But if your woodpile isn’t quite big enough to get you through the winter — or show off your woodcutting chops … more
"We think this may be the only lift in the country where directly out of the base area, you can access greens, blue, blacks and double-blacks." more
As the weather cools, trails at lower elevations offer a chance to see the last of the golden leaves and have a final fall picnic in the sun. One option for a fall hike is Diablo Canyon found … more
The Eagle Nebula gets its name because it looks somewhat like the outstretched wings of an eagle in flight. more
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