My husband, teenage daughter and I skied here for 3 days over spring break. It was a great experience! The days were warm, but the freshly made snow and well groomed trails were great for us. It was a little icy in the morning and slushy in the afternoon, but that's to be expected in later March. We are not very experienced, so this small mountain was perfect for us. My husband was skiing the blues by day 2 and I felt comfortable enough by day 3. Our daughter stuck to the greens. The small size made it nice to feel comfortable with not feeling like we all had to stay together at all times. There were never any lines and the trails weren't crowded. The runs were very well marked, we never felt confused about which route to take. The staff was friendly and courteous. There was a nice picnic area at the base that we enjoyed eating our snacks and taking a breather at. We did not eat in the restaurant, but I did go buy milk there and they were very friendly. The only negative was the very slow process of renting our equipment. We stayed in Taos the first 2 nights and didn't get to Sipapu until 9:30 or so and it took over an hour to get our equipment. We finally hit the slopes at about 11:00. I would recommend getting there at 8am to be able to start skiing at 9:30 when the lifts open. The staff helping with equipment was friendly, but their process was inefficient. We tried out all of the lifts and skied just about all of the greens and blues. We will definitely go back here. The prices can't be beat!
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