So says Food Editor Allison Spiegel, on Monday’s Huffington Post post entitled “Bucket List Places You Need To See In The Next Decade“.
“The world will look very different in the next decade than it does today. For travelers, this means the time to explore is now. . . Before our world’s landscape changes even more, here are the destinations that should go straight to the top of your bucket list in the next decade.”
Besides Taos Ski Valley, she recommends:
- The Philippines
- Elqui Valley, Chile
- Great Barrier Reef
- Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem, Thailand
“Taos Ski Valley in New Mexico is so much more than just a ski mountain. Rugged and remote, Taos is famous for its breathtaking scenery and the “legendary light” that has inspired artists like Georgia O’Keeffe. Taos has always had a sort of mystique about it. In 2013, billionaire Louis Bacon bought the mountain from its founders the Blake family, promising this lovably weathered mountain would get a “much-needed shot in the arm,” as The New York Times put it. This year, a chair lift opened to Kachina Peak, which had previously only been accessible by a hike. Thirty-five acres of new tree skiing opened, too, and the village’s ski lodge also got an upgrade. Ski Taos in the next 10 years to take advantage of these new developments, and also to experience the unique charm of the place while it lasts.”
Read the whole thing.