The 2022–23 winter season has been record-breaking on many levels for the entire state of New Mexico. Today (March 27), Ski Santa Fe crossed over the 230″ mark of annual snowfall for the season.
Base depths are so deep that we have started to see resorts push closing dates. Pajarito and Ski Santa Fe have extended dates of operations and are staying open later than previously announced.
“Ski Santa Fe is buried! More snow is always good, and we are reaping the benefits of that philosophy! We are getting to ski lines in technical terrain that only happen on especially big years. This is a real treat for those of us in the southern Sangre de Christo Mountains, and we are looking forward to a few more great weeks of skiing!” – Jack Dant, Mountain Manager, Ski Santa Fe
Pajarito: Closes April 2 (Tentatively)
Sipapu: Closes April 12
Ski Santa Fe: Closes April 16
Taos Ski Valley: Closes April 9