or Connect

Santa Fe


arrow_down.png TRAIL MAP arrow_down.png CONDITIONS arrow_down.png TRANSPORTATION arrow_down.png LODGING arrow_down.png DINING arrow_down.png MORE

Trail Map
Trail Map

Albuquerque International Sunport
Airlines operating from Albuquerque include American, Continental, Delta, Frontier, Great Lakes, New Mexico Airlines, Southwest, United and US Air.


Santa Fe Airport
Airlines operating from Santa Fe include American Eagle.


From the Albuquerque Sunport
Take Interstate 25 North to Santa Fe.
Take the St. Francis Drive Santa Fe exit, veering left to St. Francis Drive northbound.
Take St. Francis Drive to its second intersection with Paseo de Peralta (see map) and turn right onto Paseo de Peralta.
Follow Paseo de Peralta to Bishop Lodge Road and turn left onto Bishop Lodge Road.
Then turn right at Artist Road (which becomes Hyde Park Road) and follow to the top of the mountain.
From the Santa Fe Airport
Take Airport Road east to Cerrillos Road and turn left onto Cerrillos.
Follow Cerrillos Road to its intersection with St. Francis Drive and turn left onto St. Francis Drive.
Take St. Francis Drive to its second intersection with Paseo de Peralta (see map) and turn right onto Paseo de Peralta.
Follow Paseo de Peralta to Bishop Lodge Road and turn left onto Bishop Lodge Road.
Then turn right at Artist Road (which becomes Hyde Park Road) and follow to the top of the mountain.


Name Description Maximum Occupancy Price Range

Terrain Santa Fe




Terrain is a contemporary celebration of traditional New Mexico architecture. Each unique suite offers tranquility, privacy and comfort, with unspoiled vistas, original art, luxurious bathrooms, concierge services and every modern amenity.  Hot tub on site.

Extra person charges may apply


$130 and up



Old Santa Fe Inn



Designed in an authentic Southwestern architectural style with complimentary hot breakfast with self-serve breakfast burrito bar and Internet access.  Fitness center and business center.

Extra person charges may apply

$89 and up


Hyatt Place Santa Fe




Contemporary decor with stylish furnishings including, divided living and sleeping areas, an oversized Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper, dry bar and bathroom vanity with granite countertops. Enjoy complimentary hotel-wide Wi-Fi and continental breakfast buffet.

Extra person charges may apply


$87 and up




  • Additional dining options are available in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

New Intermediate run from the Millennium chair.
Resort has added more Telemark classes to their learning lineup this season.




Rental Equipment Rates

Lesson Rates




Santa Fe

Santa Fe Ski Area offers a high altitude base and vertical rise of another 1650 feet. The ski area is located 16 miles (26 km) from the historic city of Santa Fe with its tri-cultural traditions, Spanish architecture and sun-drenched landscape. The lives of Santa Feans still exist around a 400 year old plaza, with ancient pueblos surrounded by museums, performing arts centers, galleries, craft shops and distinctive dining places. This is a place where the present continues to move in harmony with the past.Base area services at Santa Fe ski area include equipment rentals, ski shop, cafeteria, outdoor grill and child care.

Snow making percent50%
Lifts-Surface Lifts-Magic carpet2
Lifts-Surface Lifts-Rope tow
Lifts-Surface Lifts-Poma
Lifts-Surface Lifts-T bar
Lifts-Surface Lifts-J bar
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Single
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Double3
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Triple1
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Quad1
Lifts-Chair Lifts-High speed quad
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Five person
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Six person
Lifts-Chair Lifts-Eight person
Lifts-Coggle train
Lifts-Total number of lifts7
Lifts-Total lift capacity9350/hr.
Trails-4-Expert only
Trails-5-Terrain park
Trails-6-Half pipe
Runs-Steepest run
Runs-Longest run3 miles
General-Base elevation
General-Vertical drop1725'
General-Mountain range
General-Annual skier visits
General-Back country access
General-Total area in bounds660 acres
General-Snow making coverage
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC


Pros: Trees, Terain, Fluffy Powder, Lack of Crowds, Down Home Feel

Cons: Lack of Snow, Small Resort

This is my first year skiing here and I am very impressed. The mountain is small and generally uncrowded, but the terrain is excellent and there are enough steep runs to keep it interesting for advanced skiers. There are great tree runs all over the place, provided the snow is good. That's the only downside -- winter can be sparse here. When it does snow, however, it's super light and fluffy powder.


Pros: friendly staff, good all around experience

Decent family resort, relatively small lift lines on weekends (almost empty the few weekdays I have tried), City of Santa Fe offers good eats and lodging about 20 minutes drive.  nearby for easy day trips from Albuquerque.


I took my family up here yesterday.  For a "never ever" skier, it cost around $75 for two sessions of two hour lessons, beginner lift ticket and equipment.  Normal adult was $60 for a lift ticket.


They do have a small terrain park, but I didn't venture in there so I can't offer a review on it.


Smaller mountain, but certainly an adequate spread of terrain for all ability levels in a family style ski environment.  I think Santa Fe offers a little of everything without any single "best run ever" at any skill level.


Of special note is the outstanding adaptive ski program offered by the local Adaptive ski club.  I am not a member or a shill for their organization.  What I have seen them doing though is very heartwarming.  They get all kinds of people with disabilities onto the slopes, and give them a chance to enjoy skiing that they may have never had.   From what I have read about their organization they seem willing to try to work with almost any disability. 



Pros: Close to Santa Fe, Varried terrain, glades and trees.

Cons: Slow lifts, not enough upper intermediate runs(groomed). can be windy.

2nd trip to Ski Santa Fe in two years.  Returned to skiing after 10 years off.  My wife learned to ski last year.  Great experience.  Skied there three days this year.  Lots of terrain for me and my wife and lots of sunshine.  Would like to see more advanced groomed runs though.  Small mountain, saw it all in three days.  Lifts were slow compared to Beaver Creek (was there in Jan 09).  25min from Santa Fe--Lots of Hotels.  May go back next year!


Pros: Nice variety of terrain, great views

Cons: Crowded on weekends, slow lifts

As someone who used to live in Albuquerque, I quite liked Ski Santa Fe. It's not Taos, but it's only about 90 minutes or so drive time from ABQ, which makes for an easy day trip. Pretty nice variety of terrain, including some nice spots for in-the-trees skiing. Views from the top are great on a clear day. Only a single high-speed Quad...Santa Fe would definitely benefit from a few new lifts. Crowds can get pretty heavy, especially on holiday weeks when loads of Texans show up. I give it 3 stars for night life not for the mountain (which doesn't really have any), but for the city of Santa Fe, which has lots of great places to eat. (Try the Ore House, on the SW corner of the plaza.)