Ski Santa Fe

Ski Santa Fe is nestled high in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains just 16 miles from the heart of historic Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Twenty-five minutes north of historic downtown Santa Fe the ski area of the same name sits high up in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, surrounded by the Santa Fe National Forest. A lofty base elevation of 10,350 feet - nearly two miles high - ensures a generous supply of light, dry powder, some 225 inches of it a year.


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Ski Santa Fe

The Stash: Take Sunset, skier’s right of the Tesuque Peak chair. Wiggle through the fir, and tuck onto slender Luge, before dropping into boulder-strewn Avalanche Basin.


Santa Fe Forest Cutter Still at Large

A ski run illegally cut in the Santa Fe National Forest has been in the spotlight recently, and, according to a recent article by High Country News, the crime has still not been solved.