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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, so when you visit for a ski or snowboard trip, be sure to save time for the town. Santa Fe has a wonderful range of terrain, from isolated beginner slopes to lots of cruisers, some long bump runs, great glades and tree runs, and even a few short chutes and small bowls. The out-of-bounds, but legal, Big Tesuque run is a powder hound's delight that ends on a luge-like forested trail leading to the access road. Hitch back up or park a second vehicle at the turn-out. Ski Santa Fe benefits from its 12,075 foot summit, 1,725 foot vertical drop, 77 trails and 225 inches of average annual snowfall. Dining and lodging options abound in the historic capital of New Mexico, Santa Fe.
Contains two dining areas - at the base lodge featuring a good cafeteria open for breakfast and lunch (and brown baggers), and Totemoff's Bar & Grill located mid-mountain. Chipmunk Corner provides ski lessons, rentals, snow play, lunch, and rest for kids, as well as day care for infants 3 months old to 3 years old. Rental shop (very crowded on weekends and holidays), retail shop, and large Adaptive Ski Program, plus a wide variety of lesson programs.
Ski resorts across the West celebrate stellar holiday skiing with Christmas snowstorms.... More