Seek out the best terrain in the mountains surrounding Santa Fe and embark on a snow-top adventure in the southwest. Ski Santa Fe offers isolated slopes for beginners, long bump runs, cruisers, scenic glades and tree runs, short chutes and small bowls for skiers of all types. Its Big Tesuque run is a skilled skier's dream, ending in a luge style forested trail. The mountain boasts a 1,725 vertical drop, a 12,075 summit and more than 70 trails. Each year, the average snowfall blankets the park's runs and trails with enough pristine powder to please the most die-hard skiers and snowboarders from around the country.
Full-day lift tickets are $72 for adults, $58 for teens, $52 for children and $55 for seniors
Daily 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, AM Half Day: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm, PM Half Day: 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Santa Fe Independent Film Festival
Alpine Sports Demo Days
SF Ski Team Swap
Lessons & Rentals
Snow Sports School
Are equipment rentals available?
Absolutely! Ski Santa Fe offers rentals for both ski and snowboarding equipment including boots, skis and poles, helmets, junior and high performance gear and all types of snowboards. Prices range depending on the type of equipment and average to about $20 or $30 , with helmets costing $12.
What ski packages are available?
Ski Santa Fe offers both half-day and all-day packages including Chipmunk Packages for the little ones starting at $92. They also offer packages for beginners that include group lessons, lift tickets and equipment rentals starting at $92. Lessons are offered in both daytime and in the afternoon.