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Terrain Parks - Ski Santa Fe

Rider's Guide

This exciting resort has a total of six lifts, comprising of two surface, one double chair, two triple chair, and 1 quad chair that take you up to 67 trails. Snowboard on their longest run of 15,840 feet atop 230 inches of powder. Their trails are rated 20 percent for beginners, 40 percent for intermediates, and 40 percent for advanced.

Parks and Pipes

When you really want to challenge yourself, you have to hit the slopes at Columbine, Cornice, Big Rocks, Tequila Sunrise, Easter Bowl, and Wizard. If you can master these runs, then you really have earned the title of Expert Snowboarder. There is no terrain park at Ski Santa Fe, but the natural features on these mind-bendingly steep runs will make sure you get plenty of jollies the natural way.

Out of Bounds

There are eight native American pueblos close to Santa Fe and each will give you a different perspective on what life was like when it was a colony of Spain. The area offers a complete selection of winter outdoor sports such as cross-country skiing, rock and ice climbing, snowcatting, horseback riding, sledding, hot air balloon rides, ice skating, jeeping and off-road driving, fishing and snowmobiling. Try them all—you may never leave! And don't forget to check out Sipapu Ski Resort for some natural snowboarding features that will dazzle and amaze you.

Hangout & Hookup

Elegant après ski can be found at Inn of the Anasazi or La Posada. When you want to get down and be anything but elegant, you'll want to head out to The Catamount Bar & Grill, where you can watch all the games on huge screen TVs, play pool, and slurp super suds. When you want to get your western groove on, El Farol, The Cowgirl, or Willee's Blues Bar for their boot-stompin', toe-tappin' music and really fun crowd of tourists and locals. One of the greatest deals is to be found at La Cantina, where you'll dine on wonderful New Mexican specialties presented by an exceptional dinner theater show. The amazing part is that the whole package costs around twenty bucks! Make reservations in advance as the place is usually packed. For something really different, check out the Flamenco dinner shows at Los Mayas, and see if your snowboarding footwork can match those of the rat-a-tat-tat-tat flamenco dancers.