(505) 662-5725 · website →
Pajarito Mountain is situated on the east slopes of the Jemez Mountains above Los Alamos, NM, just a 2 hour drive from Albuquerque and 45 minutes from Santa Fe.
(575) 377-6401 · website →
Alpine family ski and snowboard vacation destination in the heart of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
(970) 264-5639 · website →
Wolf Creek Ski Area - The most snow in Colorado, where the skiing is affordable and the terrain varies from gentle beginner slopes to the steep and deep.
(575) 776-2291 · website →
Taos Ski Valley Ski Resort, New Mexico’s largest resort, attracts ski enthusiasts of all ability levels. The ski area boasts a top rated Ski School and Children’s Center for those new to skiing or working on their skills.
(575) 754-2223 · website →
A great ski and snowboard area conveniently located in the middle of town with numerous activities for families year round. Red River Ski Area is a full service area with lessons, rentals, and lift tickets.
A Winter Wonderland
Ski Season in Full Tilt
Skiers and snowboarders throughout Northern New Mexico are rejoicing as a flurry of wet weather conditions have brought fresh snow to higher elevations throughout Northern New Mexico, including a blanket of fresh powder on area ski mountains.
Most ski resorts in the the state are open, according to George Brooks, director of Ski New Mexico. "Weather patterns continue to be favorable with more snow predicted in the near future," Brooks writes on the website. "...Conditions for the Christmas holidays should be outstanding."
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