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Reviews for Ski Santa Fe
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Overall really enjoyed the mountain. On the day it did not snow many of the mogul runs were very icy. On the snow day it was awesome and the upper side of the mountain had great powder. ... Full Review
On a good snow year Ski Santa Fe is an amazing experience. There is lots of variety of runs. The mountain is great for all types of skiers. Some of the best tree skiing and is overall a very fun, and great experience. 100% would recommend!... Full Review
Ski Santa Fe is a very small ski resort. They are counting very short pieces as runs and are double and triple counting longer runs as upper / mid / lower.
They only have a few lifts. Only 3 of them are relevant for anyone beyond beginners. And they often only operate one of them despite good conditions. This results in boring runs and long lines.
I have given up on Ski Santa Fe despite living very nearby in Santa Fe.... Full Review
Overall I was able to go down the slopes with almost no line waiting, an wasn’t congested on the intermediate and diamond slopes, great snow in the mornings when froze. A lot of moguls but not a lot of snowboarder oriented trails when you get up to the diamonds... Full Review
Great hill close to Santa Fe and Albuquerque. Never any lines, and there's plenty of good snow mid-season. You won't find epic powder bowls here but the tree skiing is great for expert skiiers. Lots of nice flowing greens near the bottom for beginners. Only downside is it's super windy at the top - Santa Fe is one of the coldest places I've skiied!... Full Review
Very Friendly and all roads are worked and slopes are groomed food is outstanding and great shop
I ski 20 plus days a year there
I buy all my ski clothes for Christmas there
They have the best selection and best ski rental shop for my extended family and repairs on my equipment
Very dedicated ski instructors
My ski season buddy pass is the best!... Full Review
This is my home mountain, and I love it. If you explore there is terrain aplenty for every ability. The ski school here (chipmunk corner) has a great staff and great instructors. The mountain is neatly divided between upper and lower peaks, with a range of great runs on each. It is possible to stitch massive mogul filled runs from the top to the bottom or simply race down the well maintained corduroy. I always enjoy my time at Ski Santa Fe, and I’m sure you will too!... Full Review
Wanted to ski today as it’s snowing but the main road to the mountain was a disaster. Not plowed or sanded. Everyone was turning around. Poor planning by mountain.... Full Review
Ski Santa Fe skis great when it's a good snow year. Good snow year ='s Fantastic Tree Skiing with some nice pitch and a few cliff areas to mix it up. Even has some nice accessible out of bounds.. if it's a low-on-snow year expect the mountain to not be as exciting. The groomers aren't much to write home about.. but, for what it is and where it sits, it's a great little mountain. Santa Fe offers hot springs and great food. If you want bigger steeps head north to Taos. ... Full Review
decent crowd, decent prices, real taste of New Mexico conditions... Full Review
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