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New Mexico Ski Resorts is a guide to ski and snowboard areas in New Mexico.

Ski Areas in New Mexico


Ski Santa Fe Resort

Santa Fe Ski Area is located just 16 miles northeast of the Historic Plaza of the City of Santa Fe, N.M. Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the Santa Fe National Forest at a base elevation of 10,350 feet, this high desert ski area has challenges for skiers and boarders of all ability levels. An average annual snowfall of 225 inches provides some of the best powder skiing in the Southwest. From the 12,075-foot peak, the views span to Arizona and Colorado. Wooded trails,…

Sandia Peak Ski Area

Sandia Peak Ski Area is a family area located in the Cibola National Forest approximately 30 minutes from Albuquerque, N.M. Experience the drama of an 11,000 square mile panoramic view of New Mexico from Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway. From the base to the top of 10,378 foot Sandia Peak, time and terrain seem to move in harmony as passengers lift from the desert floor, above canyons and lush forests, to the mountain top - 2.7 miles of sky-view travel and discovery of New Mexico's varied…

Sipapu

Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort is New Mexico’s fastest growing resort (yet you won’t wait in line for a lift). Located just 20 miles southeast of Taos, Sipapu is home to New Mexico’s longest ski season and the best deals in the Rockies. Surrounded by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Carson National Forest, the resort has over 40 trails, four lifts and two terrain parks. On-site amenities include slope-side lodging, a full-service ski shop, ski school and gourmet home cooking at the…

Angel Fire Resort

Angel Fire Resort is located in northern New Mexico in the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range. With two high-speed quads, three freestyle terrain parks and a mountain as big as all get-out, Angel Fire Resort has enough activities to keep the whole family happy all week long. A comfortable resort, relaxed atmosphere and the beautiful natural setting of New Mexico provide a warm welcome for kids of all ages. Angel Fire Resort lodging offers your choice of comfortable rooms and spacious…

Taos Ski Valley

Taos Ski Valley is located two and one half hours from Albuquerque airport and 20 miles from the Taos Airport. Just 18 miles outside historic Taos, N.M., a village composed of traditional adobe buildings provides the only break in hundreds of square miles of arid mesa land. Taos is one of the world's most unique and picturesque ski resorts. It is a place where one can escape into the ancient cultures of the Southwest or explore the side of a vast mountain that has been opened up for…

Ski Apache

Ski Apache, owned and operated by the Mescalero Apache Tribe, is the southernmost major ski area in the United States and is located 16 miles northwest of Ruidoso, N.M. Ski Apache's high elevation averages more than 15 feet of snowfall each winter. Rising from the 4,500 foot floor of the Tularosa Basin to an elevation of 12,003 feet, Sierra Blanca Peak towers above the surrounding valleys and plains. Ski Apache rests on Sierra Blanca's northern flank. Ski Apache provides a variety…

Pajarito Mountain Ski Area

Pajarito Mountain, above Los Alamos, is just 45 minutes from Santa Fe (about 2 hours from Albuqurque). Pajarito Mountain has 40 trails on 300 skiable acres, five chair lifts, a new terrain park, ski school, ski equipment rentals, a cafeteria and a day lodge. Looking for the perfect place to bring the family? Try Pajarito, where the season is long and snow is great and the lines are short. Give it a try and you will most surely be back again for more!

Red River Ski Area

Red River is located in the southern Rocky Mountains, part of the Sangre de Cristo Range. The village is completely surrounded by Carson National Forest. Winter visitors enjoy excellent skiing on the 10,350-foot mountain, which rises from the middle of town toward the old, western mining sites of the 1800s. Skiers tackle 57 runs on 270 skiable acres of varied terrain to suit every ability. You can even ski to a replica of the Moon Star Mine of the 1890s. Snowboarders are welcome on all…