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Sandia Peak tramwaySki Area Information for
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Ski Santa Fe
Base Elevation: 10,353 ft. | Peak Elevation: 12,053 ft.
Vertical Drop: 1,703 ft.
Trails: 44 (20% beginner, 40% intermediate, 40% expert)
Lifts: 6 (1 quad, 1 triple, 2 doubles, 2 surface)
Attractions and Services: Downhill skiing, telemark, snowboarding, racing. Daycare and children’s ski school for ages 4-9. Ski and snowboard rental shop.
Location: Off Highway 475 (Artist Road/Hyde Park Road). Approximately 16 miles northeast of Santa Fe.

Sandia Peak Ski Area
Base Elevation: 8,678 ft. | Peak Elevation: 10,378 ft.
Vertical Drop: 1,700 ft.
Trails: 30
Lifts: 6 (4 doubles, 2 surface)
Attractions and Services: Downhill skiing, snowboarding, racing. Ski and snowboard school. Children’s lessons and facilities. Rental and repair shop. Sandia Peak Tramway (the world’s longest aerial tramway) with rides year-round and direct city-to-slope access.
Location: Ski Area is east of Albuquerque via Interstate 40 to Crest Scenic Byway 536. Sandia Peak Tramway is on Tramway Road, northeast of Albuquerque. Approximately 60 miles south of Santa Fe.

Pajarito Mountain Ski Area
Base Elevation: 9,031 ft. | Peak Elevation: 10,441 ft. | Vertical Drop: 1,410 ft.
Trails: 40 (20% beginner, 50% intermediate, 30% expert)
Lifts: 7 (1 quad, 1 triple, 3 doubles, 2 surface)
Attractions and Services: Downhill skiing and snowboarding. Ski and snowboard schools. Children’s programs. Rental shop.
Location: 397 Camp May Road, Los Alamos. Approximately 35 miles northwest of Santa Fe.

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