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Ski Patrol

While open only seldomly, Kachina Peak, which tops out at 12,481 feet after a 45-minute hike, is the prime cut of the Taos Ski Valley experience. But keeping the massive terrain safe for visitors is not your standard patrol job, and the elevation, some of the highest of any ski area in the nation, doesn't make it any easier. [On the Snow]