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Ski Grid

2013

December 4, 2013, 12:00 am

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CONTACT INFO

DISTANCE FROM SANTA FE

FULL DAY PRICE

NUMBER OF RUNS (AND STATS)

LIFTS

AVERAGE SNOWFALL

ESTIMATED SEASONS

JUICY TIDBITS

Angel Fire Resort

10 Miller Lane, Angel Fire,

(575) 377-6401
angelfireresort.com

9am-4pm

95 miles

$66 adults

$56 teens

$46 kids/seniors free

2,077, 77 runs:

26% beginner

50% intermediate 24% advanced

7

210 inches annually

Dec. 13-

March 23

A new tubing hill and the only resort where you can ski at night

Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe Area

29 Sangre de Cristo,

Red River,

(575) 754-6112

enchantedforestxc.com

9 am-4:30 pm

109 miles

$18 adults

$15 teens

$9 kids

$15 seniors (XC and snowshoeing)

N/A, 20 miles of cross-country trails 9 miles of snowshoe trails 3 miles of dog trails

N/A

240 inches annually (approx.)

Mid-November to late March

Snowshoe out to a rental yurt and enjoy the backwoods vibe

Pajarito
Cross-Country Ski Area

397 Camp May Road,

Los Alamos

swnordicski.org

45 miles

free (XC and snowshoeing) N/A

3 miles of trails

N/A

125 inches annually (approx.)

December-March

Free, beautiful and dog-friendly trails

Pajarito
Mountain
Ski Area

397 Camp May Road,

Los Alamos, 662-5725

skipajarito.com

9 am-4 pm

45 miles

$62 adults

$52 teens

$35 kids

$52 seniors

1,200, 40 runs: 20% beginner

50% intermediate 30% advanced

6

125 inches annually (approx.)

Mid-December-late March

Great views over the Rio Grande valley at such a short distance from Santa Fe

Red River

400 Pioneer Road,

Red River,

(575)754-2223

redriverskiarea.com

7:30 am-5 pm

106 miles

$66 adults

$60 teens

$50 kids and seniors

1600, 58 runs:

32% beginner

38% intermediate 30% advanced

7

214 inches annually

Nov. 27- March 23

Ski through a replica of an old mining camp

Sandia Peak Ski Area

30 Tramway Road,

Albuquerque, 242-9052

sandiapeak.com

9am-4pm

60 miles

$50 adults

$40 teens, kids and seniors

1800, 38 runs:

23% beginner

42% intermediate

34% advanced

4

125 inches annually

Dec. 21-March 16

Enjoy the 2.7 mile tram ride, the view and the warm food

at the top

Sipapu Ski Area

5224 Hwy 518, Vadito,
(800) 587-2240

sipapunm.com

9 am-4 pm

65 miles

$44 adults

$37 teens

$29 kids and seniors

1055, 41 runs:

20% beginner

40% intermediate

40% advanced

5

190 inches annually

Nov. 16-Mid April

The state’s longest ski season with discounts for skiing before
December 12

Ski Santa Fe

1477 NM 475,

982-4429

skisantafe.com

8 am-4:30 pm

16 miles

$69 adults

$54 teens

$49 kids and seniors

1725, 77 runs:

20% beginner

40% intermediate

40% advanced

7

225 inches annually

Nov. 28-April 6

Caters to every level of skier and is great if you’re looking for a shorter trip

Taos Ski Valley

116 Sutton Place, Taos,

(866) 968-7386

skitaos.org
9 am-4 pm

85 miles

$77 adults

$67 teens

$47 kids

$67 seniors

113 runs:

24% beginner

25% intermediate 51% advanced

14

305 inches annually

Nov. 28- April 6

A world-class ski resort with exquisite terrain and more to explore than your legs allow

Valles Caldera National
Preserve

18161 Hwy 4, Jemez, Springs (866) 382-5537
vallescaldera.gov
9 am-4:30 pm

55 miles

$10 adults, $10 teens, $8 seniors (XC and snowshoeing), kids free

N/A, 37 miles of trails, 11,000 open acres for cross-country skiing or snowshoeing

N/A

Typically, at least 48 inches of snow at a given time

Dec. 1-late Feb.

37 miles of trails with incredible wildlife all around

 

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