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New Mexico Ski Resorts

 

Angel Fire Resort - Visitors will find plenty of sunshine and a wealth of winter activities for the entire family - including skiing, snowboarding, snowbiking, XC skiing, snowshoeing and tubing.

Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski Area - Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski Area is New Mexico’s largest full-service cross country ski area offering trails groomed for both classic and freestyle skiing.

Red River Ski & Summer Area - Red River Ski Area has been a family favorite for generations.

Sandia Peak Ski & Tramway - Experience some of the longest cruising terrain available in New Mexico. Sandia Peak Ski Area offers 30 trails serviced by four chairlifts, a surface lift and a children's mitey mite.

Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort - Family owned and operated since it's inception in 1952, Sipapu remains a small, family-oriented ski area boasting modest prices, lots of amenities & uncrowded lift lines. Nestled in the mountains of the Rio Pueblo, Sipapu is surrounded by the Pecos Wilderness and the Carson National Forest.


Ski Apache - Located 18 miles NW of the city of Ruidoso, Ski Apache offers 11 lifts and over 750 skiable acres.

Pajarito Mountain Ski Area - Considered one of the best ski areas in New Mexico, Pajarito Mountain features five chair lifts, 280 skiable acres, ski school, ski equipment rentals, a cafeteria and a day lodge. 

Ski Santa Fe - Experience the excitement of world-class skiing in breathtaking beauty of Ski Santa Fe. Located minutes from the historic city, Ski Santa Fe welcomes skiers, snowboarders, families, and locals to their 12,000 foot mountain.

Taos Ski Valley - Top-ranked ski school; legendary steep chutes; this destination resort considered among the best ski mountains in the world. Half of the runs rated advanced; the remaining ideal for beginners and intermediates. Snowboards not allowed.