New Mexico Ski Resorts

Taos Ski Valley is a rugged, authentic mountain located in northern New Mexico about a 2 hours drive from Santa Fe. It boasts an abundance of terrain, blue skies and deep powder. The season runs on average from the end of November through to April. Angel Fire is a four season resort and a winter wonderland for skiers and snowboarders with over 560 acres of terrain offering open cruisers, gladed tree runs and three terrain parks. Just 20 minutes from Santa Fe is Ski Santa Fe with 1,725 ft vertical and 74 trails. Sandia Peak in Albuquerque has some of the longest cruising terrain in New Mexico.
Comfort Inn Downtown Ruidoso Ski Apache
Newly renovated hotel located in Downtown Entertainment district. Walk to shops, restaurants, galleries & lounges. Free high-speed wired & wireless net. Complimentary hot breakfast. Lift and lodging package available.
Hotel Ruidoso Downtown Ruidoso Ski Apache
Newest Hotel in Ruidoso! Located in downtown entertainment district. Walk to shops, restaurants, galleries and lounges. Complimentary HOT breakfast, Free high speed wired & wireless Internet, Business Center, Fitness Center & much more.
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Located in Northern New Mexico 160 miles from Albuquerque. 290 acres of skiable terrain and a vertical drop of 1,600 ft.
1700 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 39 trails, 200 skiable acres
Some of the longest cruising terrain available in New Mexico. Features the world's longest aerial tramway. Albquerque, New Mexico.
1055 ft vertical, 5 lifts, 41 trails, 200 skiable acres
Family oriented resort about 20 miles southeast of Taos, New Mexico. Lodging deals with lift tickets.
700 ft vertical, 3 lifts, 25 trails, 74 skiable acres
The Southern most ski resort in the United States, high above the desert of the Tularosa Basin, in Cloudcroft, New Mexico.
1240 ft vertical, 6 lifts, 40 trails, 300 skiable acres
Pajarito Mountain is located on the eastern edge of the Jemez Mountains in north central New Mexico. There are great views over the Rio Grande Valley.