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With a base elevation of 10,350 ft, Ski Santa Fe is the launching point for a ski experience your family will never forget. Located only 16 miles from the heart of Santa Fe, a city rich in culture, fine arts and exceptional cuisine, this is one of...more
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Very high altitude usually produces good snow conditions. Good mix of easy/moderate/expert trails. Totemoffs, the "mid mountain lodge" often has bands on weekends and is always a great place for a break/drink/people watching. On new snow days, be sure to get an early start driving...More
Parking can be problematic on busy days...I crawled the last 2 miles and parked on the side of the road 0.3 miles away. Snowing pretty hard today. I’ve been here when it is blowing hard, too. Someday I will have a bluebird day. High enough...More
Ski Santa Fe is not a resort but it provided us great day skiing. There were runs for the every ski level. We rented our equipment outside the area so we did not have to wait in line to rent at Ski Santa Fe. It...More
It's only 20 minutes from work to the lift lines. I sneak away for a few runs down the hill and can be back in the office before anyone knows different (it helps that I'm the boss). Sometimes I'll bring my employees too and we...More
This ski area was overall good and enjoyable. If you go during peak time like we did, bring your gear! Waited in line for equipment at Ski SF over an hour. There was 4 cashier/registration workers and for peak season, didn’t make a lot of...More
Bring gear with you. The rental process on the mountain is a circus. Yes, we went during the holidays, but shouldn’t they staff/plan for that? Get there early to avoid the craziness. The drive up is nice. Once you are on the trails, the skiing...More
This is a review of Ski Santa Fe's Chipmunk Corner. My 3-year old daughter (she is almost 4) spent two days in ski school in December 2018. She had FUN.
I cannot speak highly enough of our experience with Chipmunk Corner. To a person, the...More
First - the average rating is not for the actual skiing or the mountain, but for how disorganized the ski facility and process seemed, and the layout. I get it’s the busy holiday season, but if, like us, you’ve not been to Ski Santa Fe...More
We have been skiing at Santa Fe twice now and enjoyed both times, but some helpful tips are a must to enjoy this very popular and crowded site.
The ski area is very easy to access from town, we stayed at the Drury Plaza, excellent...More
Ski Santa Fe is not a resort destination. It’s a nice day destination 30-45 minutes drive up from the plaza. They got 3” of natural snow last season. Age 72+ ski free. Taos is a resort, but snow cover in December is iffy... More
Ski Santa Fe is not a resort destination. It’s a nice day destination 30-45 minutes drive up from the plaza. They got 3” of natural snow last season. Age 72+ ski free. Taos is a resort, but snow cover in December is iffy most years. Stick with Colorado, they're already blowing snow at Copper.