COOL!! I'm NOT the only TEXAN on this board!!! I'm not sure about New Mexico, but something should be available near Santa Fe for information at least. When I lived in CO, I used to ride around the Echo Lake area when there was snow on the ground.
Its kind of funny, I am just the reverse. I grew up in Ft. Worth TX. When I moved to Alaska (1977) I new I had found my real home. Once I started sledding , the winters became as enjoyable as the rest of the year.
Those are sleds on top. That picture was taken at an event called "ARCTIC MAN", the skier comes down that hill, thru the gully, then at the bottom hooks up with a sled (600 cc only), gets towed to the top of another hill, lets go and ski's to the finish line. Total of five miles. Skier reaches speeds of about 85 mph when being towed. This event draws as many as 16,000 sledders on a good snow year. It is a total week long party enjoyed by most of Alaska's sledders.
Thanks for the welcome.
Also has Big Air event and snocross, planning on Hill Climb
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