Ski Santa Fe
- Type: Skiing
- Time to Spend: More than Full Day
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For all the winter sports lovers looking to tackle Southwest powder, Ski Santa Fe is sure to deliver. Nestled in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Ski Santa Fe sees an average of 225 inches of snowfall per year. It has more than 600 acres and more than 60 runs, including slopes to fit all levels. Warm up in the La Casa Mall at the base of the slopes. There you'll find a ski lounge, a shop as well as dining facilities. There's also a restaurant -- Totemoff's -- located halfway up the mountain.
Located about 20 miles northeast of downtown Santa Fe (at the end of Route 475) in the heart of the Santa Fe National Forest, Ski Santa Fe is generally open from late fall until early spring. The resort's popularity means that fees are a little steep, but prices differ depending on the type of experience you're looking for. For a more detailed schedule and a list of prices, visit the Ski Santa Fe website.