Where to Ski in Santa FeMany travelers that visit Santa Fe in the winter often wonder "Can you ski in Santa Fe?" The answer is yes! Ski Santa Fe is located about 16 miles from downtown Santa Fe via NM-475/Hyde Park Rd. The drive typically takes about half an hour depending on conditions and makes for a fantastic day trip that's located close to many of our Santa Fe vacation rentals.
The Southwest's Finest Skiing
Ski Santa Fe is considered the American Southwest's finest skiing as the vistas atop are unsurpassed and act as the gateway for thrills including steep bump runs, powder-filled chutes, gladed tree-skiing, and plenty of groomers. While great for a family excursion, those seeking a challenge can find their place on our mountain and the thrills they seek in the snow. Whether you're a first-time skier and/or snowboarder or a seasoned master, local residents and visitors from around the world will find something for their taste from the complete services offered to all levels of participants!
Nestled high in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Ski Santa Fe is just 16 miles from the heart of historic Santa Fe, New Mexico. Ski Santa Fe is among the highest ski areas in the continental United States, with a base area elevation of 10,350 feet -- and with the addition of the new Millennium Triple Chairlift, snow sports enthusiasts will rejoice as it takes the elevation to a new height of 12,075 feet.
A High Elevation Experience
Ski Santa Fe Mountain Stats:
Skiable Acres: 660
Total Runs: 86
Vertical Drop: 1725
Total Lifts: 7 (1 Quad, 2 Triples, 2 Doubles, and 2 Conveyors)
Ready to enjoy the mountain? Pack your gear, bundle up, and take a trip to one of the country's most diverse and unique ski destinations. Before booking for the 2021 season, make sure to visit the Ski Santa Fe website and their COVID Safe Winter Operations Plan. The resort's capacity is limited, so make sure to plan ahead!
Enjoy Winter 2021 Safely
To complete your winter experience, book one of our vacation rentals with a hot tub! Nothing is more relaxing after a long day on the mountain than enjoying your own private hot tub.