Sipapu has been family-owned and operated since 1952, which helps explain the area's commitment to families. Everything seems designed to please a family and help protect the family budget, from lodging to terrain. There are 41 runs, a vertical drop of 1,055 feet, average snowfall of 190 inches, and a snowmaking system that covers 70 percent of Sipapu's 200 acres. There's plenty of diversity in the terrain. You'll find some of the best tree skiing in the state, a couple of terrain parks, some long cruising trails, and an abundance of novice and beginner terrain.
Over 40 slopeside accommodations, including cabins, suites, apartments, lodge rooms and an RV park. Most units include a kitchen and a fireplace. Additional lodging is available in Taos, located just over 20 miles from the resort.
Base facilities include two restaurants, a lounge, a full-service ski and snowboard rental shop, ski school, and gift shop.