Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico

Wilderness Lodge

Sophisticated Mountain Sanctuary with incredible views

Due to high visitation and staffing constraints, local area offerings such as restaurants, bars, shopping, and shared amenities may have limited hours or availability. Cell phone and internet service may also be impacted during high visitation periods. Please contact us directly to discuss the impact during your stay dates.

Sitting below New Mexico's two highest peaks, Kachina and Wheeler, this stunning private home offers the ultimate in stylish mountain luxury.

The home has 5 bedrooms, totaling 5 king beds and 2 bunk beds. One bathroom offers a steam shower, and there is a wood-burning stove in the living area.

Please be advised that this home does not have air conditioning.

At the very top of Taos Ski Valley, the Wilderness Lodge at Kachina Peak is the highest private residence and accommodation in the state sitting at 10,200 feet. Designed by acclaimed hotel designer Alexandra Champalimaud, Wilderness Lodge is decorated with an eclectic and stylish array of furnishings from Europe and Africa. Inspired by the look and feel of the old mining cabins which once dotted this wild western landscape, the rustic exterior is made from 150 year old reclaimed timbers and siding sourced from a shed once owned by the Winchester Rifle Company in Massachusetts.

Note: A vehicle with four wheel drive and snow tires or chains is mandatory to get to Wilderness Lodge in the winter as it is located at 10,000 ft above sea level.

Reviews

2 Reviews
5 out of 52 Reviews
5.0
ValarieJune 2021
5.0
The house was beautiful and even though the pictures are great, the house is better in person. The property manager Kim deserves a 20 out of 10. She was on top of everything and made our stay all the better. John plowed the snow everyday to make sure we were safe going up and down the hill and the crew that hand shoveled helped us get our suburban unstuck. Can say enough good things about our entire experience. We will be back next year for sure.
BrianFebruary 2021
Show More +