Oftentimes, skiers and snowboarders in the southern tier of the Rockies feel they get the short shrift in favor of the better-known resorts to the north, despite snowfall and terrain that rivals any of the “majors.”

SantaFe.com, a website for people who “live, work, play or stay” in the Santa Fe, N.M., area, has added a feature that gives the latest information on nine winter resorts within driving distance of the New Mexico capital city. And, showing no prejudice against Colorado resorts, the website embraces Wolf Creek Ski Area, a favorite of New Mexico powderhounds who make the four-drive from Santa Fe to get into some of the Rockies deepest snow.

Sponsors [R346R, Ski Santa Fe], [R14R, Angel Fire Resort], [R337R, Red River Ski Area], [R454R, Taos Ski Valley], [R309R, Pajarito Mountain], and [R511R, Wolf Creek Ski Area] are joined by [R366R, Sipapu], [R367R, Ski Apache] and [R901R, Enchanted Forest Cross Country Park] with snow conditions, specials and articles on the website.

The site links to each resort’s website, and also includes Tweets, blogs and an event’s calendar. Skiers and snowboarders can upload their own photos and videos to the site’s Flickr account.

SantaFe.com provides residents and visitors an interactive platform for events, music, arts, business, dining, and lifestyle.

To visit the site, click here.