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Ski Santa Fe, Santa Fe

(4.4/5 based on 440 reviews on the web)
Ski Santa Fe features lifts and slopes for all skill levels. In the warmer months the area is perfect for hiking and admiring the views. When it's cooler, rent or buy top-of-the-line equipment for skiing and snowboarding, and make use of locker rooms and overnight storage. Beginners of all ages can take lessons. While you're enjoying the slopes, your kids can have fun in the day-care center. Check online for passes and lift tickets, as well as gift cards and discounts. For Ski Santa Fe and beyond, use our Santa Fe vacation trip planner to get the most from your Santa Fe vacation.
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TripAdvisor
  • A great local mountain with so much potential. Management stresses the importance of customer service, but they don't have a clue what is needed for great customer service. When management treats empl...  more »
  • Cool mountain to learn on! I have actually never been to the top so I am not sure what its like from nothing higher then the middle mountain bar. The bar is pretty cool worth going to if you want to e...  more »
  • We love the easy access to Ski Santa Fe and the great runs and tree trails. Love to meet up at Totemoff's for lunch as well! Especially good ski area for children, not too big but great snow!! Rentals...  more »
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  • Great for families because it's hard to loose little ones. Board park desperately needs jumps. Food is high priced but low quality (example - burgers are pretty cooked half way, and sit in water until requested). Riding through the trees is the best thing about this place.
  • Great skiing, beware of the Texans. Not too expensive, great value for family skiing. Beautiful views. #skiBueno
  • The skiing is great, and I highly recommend the blues up on the top of the mountain. The blues are good levels for intermediates. We haven't skied I'm five years and they were very doable, but still a slight challenge. There are also ample black diamonds from the top and greens on the lower slopes. The lower slopes tend to be more crowded then the upper. Be warned: if you are renting equipment, come early before the rental place opens at 8. We got there at opening, and waited on line for an hour. If we had come 30 minutes early, there wouldn't have been a line. If you have small children, returning the equipment can be chaotic. With many people trying to enter a small space.
  • Great ski instructors! Super patient and friendly, they had me skiing in two days. Denise definitely stood out, she is an all round awesome human being. I had an amazing time and highly recommend their ski school.
  • Absolutely perfect. Mountain is large enough for crowds to spread out. We went during peak season and hardly waited in any lines at all. Eating area is newly renovated and there is ample seating and the food was actually good. We're 100% going back soon!