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When people hear there's skiing in Santa Fe they're often shocked. Ski Santa Fe, opened as Santa Fe Ski Company in 1947, offers skiing for all levels of expertise. There are 77 trails served by seven... Read More
When people hear there's skiing in Santa Fe they're often shocked. Ski Santa Fe, opened as Santa Fe Ski Company in 1947, offers skiing for all levels of expertise. There are 77 trails served by seven lifts two double chairlifts, two triple chairs and one four-seater along with two conveyors for the beginner runs. They also offer snowboarding. Don't have your own equipment? Make your first the rental shop where they have everything you may need from skis and boots to polls and even snowboards. Need some food or a drink? Head for La Casa Food Court; it has a range of options. Sit and relax in their beautiful new dining area with seating for over 650 guests.
- Ski season generally runs Thanksgiving to Easter, but call for exact dates. Lifts during ski season run Daily 9am-4pm. Fall color scenic chairlift Late-Sep to mid-Oct Daily 10am-3pm.
- Lift Tickets Adult (21-61) $29 - $258; Senior (62+) $29 - $178; Student (13-20) $29 - $205; Child (1-12) $29 - $178
Equipment Rental $8 - $35
- Best Attractions & Activities: "Have kids in tow? Ski Santa Fe offers childcare for infants and kids up to 3 year olds. Their Snowplay program accomodates for 3and 4-year-olds. Children 3 to 11 can take skiimg or snowboardinglessons at the Chipmunk Corner."
- Recommended as Best Attractions & Activities Because: People don't realize there's skiing in Santa Fe. Ski Santa Fe is a draw for skiers and snowboarders at all skill levels.