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Ski Santa Fe is located high above what has become one of the top visitor destinations in the nation, the historic and artistic town of Santa Fe. The resort has a wonderful range of terrain for all levels. From isolated beginner slopes, groomed cruisers, long bump runs and tree skiing, there is something for everyone. For those that are more experienced, the out-of-bound Big Tesuque run is a powder hound's delight that ends on a luge-like forested trail leading to the access road. Take advantage of the 200 restaurants that offers every type of cuisine available.

Where is Ski Santa Fe Located?

The lodge is located 16 miles from Santa Fe and is easily accessible by car or by taking the Blue Bus shuttle.



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  • 10350ft


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  • Longest Run

    3 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    660 ac

  • Snow Making

    275 ac

More Info

Averaging 225 inches of snow a year, Ski Santa Fe has a summit of 12,075 feet creating a vertical drop of 1,725 feet. The resort has 83 trails (20% green, 40% blue and 40% black diamond) that range from beginner to advanced and can be accessed via 7 lifts. There is a terrain park to practice tricks and a magic carpet for those just learning. There are 36 runs groomed daily, and snowmaking occurs on over 50% of the mountain. There are 600 acres of stunning terrain with 1,725 vertical feet of skiing.

In addition, there are chutes and bowls that can be accessed from the resort and are legal to ski or ride, but visitors will either have to hitch hike back up to the resort or have a car parked on the road turn out. 

Visitors staying in Santa Fe can catch the Blue Bus shuttle from multiple stops in the city. Be sure to explore this 400-year-old city with its many museums, shops and historical buildings

Chipmunk Corner provides ski lessons, rentals, snow play, lunch and rest for kids as well as day care for infants three months old to three years old. There is also a rental shop (very crowded on weekends and holidays), retail shop and large Adaptive Ski Program.


  • Conveniently located at the base of the ski area, La Casa Lodge is open for breakfast and lunch. The food court style ensures options for everyone, including a gourmet coffee bar. With over 650 seats and floor to ceiling windows, it’s easy to find seating to take in the views before you hit the mountain. NM-475, Santa Fe, NM 87501


  • Totemoff’s Bar & Grill is the perfect place for a midday break. Located mid mountain at Ski Santa Fe, it is known for its signature warm cocktails, hot chocolate and locally crafted beers. The indoor/outdoor seating allows you to enjoy the views while eating your burger! Head here for après-ski apps and drinks. NM-475, Santa Fe, NM 87501


  • With a large variety of options, The Tesuque Village Market is a perfect place to gather for a drink or family dinner. The cuisine is true to the Santa Fe area, offering traditional Mexican American food. 138 Tesuque Village Road, Santa Fe, NM 87506


  • For a quality glass of wine, head to La Boca in downtown Santa Fe. Also try some of their Spanish small plates. 72 W Marcy St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Important Dates

  • Projected OpeningProjected Closing11/22/201904/14/2019
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Ski Santa Fe Reviews

2nd May 20194
decent crowd, decent prices, real taste of New Mexico conditionsFull review
2nd April 20194
decent crowd, decent prices, real taste of New Mexico conditionsFull review
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