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The Taos Diner's unpretentious setting draws in the locals for favorites like Huevos Rancheros smothered with red and green chile (pictured). The affordable diner is popular with the locals and a great stop before a day of skiing at Taos Ski Valley. The ski area, celebrating its 50th year of world-class skiing this season, is a short drive from the Southwestern town of Taos, N.M. and features 12 lifts and more than 2,600 vertical feet of lift-serviced elevation. It is also one of the last ski areas in the country that doesn't allow snowboards permitting only skis and snowblades on their slopes. (MARC PISCOTTY/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) CQ

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