about sipapu
Located 20 miles southeast of Taos and two hours north of Albuquerque, Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort has been known for its Family-Friendly, Family Fun since 1952. Northern New Mexico’s oldest ski resort, Sipapu was founded by Lloyd and Olive Bolander and continues to be a family-owned and operated resort today.


About Our Resort

Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort is New Mexico’s fastest growing resort (yet you won’t wait in line for a lift). Both first-time and returning guests alike appreciate the quintessential mountain life found only at Sipapu: a fun, friendly mountain (where your kids won’t get lost, perfect for skiers and boarders of all skill levels); clean, simple accommodations (no in-room TVs or phones – we believe families should connect with each other, not over their electronics; cable TV is available in the lodge and cell service is usually available throughout the property); and the best deals around, which allows everyone to have the family vacation they want at prices they can easily afford.

Our resort also offers the following not-so-common ammenities:
The Riverside Cafe and Paradise Riverside Bar and Grill, featuring New Mexico’s best riverside dining
• Slopeside lodging, including cabins, suites, our historic lodge and more
• The world-class Sipapu disc golf course, ranked as one of the top 5 courses in the country
Trout fishing located steps from our slopeside accommodations

And more. So, grab your gear and discover for yourself why Sipapu is the fastest growing resort in New Mexico.


About our Mountain

New Mexico’s fastest growing resort, Sipapu is home to New Mexico’s longest ski season and the best deals in the Rockies. Surrounded by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Carson National Forest, the resort has over 40 trails, five lifts and three terrain parks. On-site amenities include slopeside lodging, a full-service ski shop, ski school and New Mexico's best riverside dining experience at the Riverside Café and Paradise Riverside Bar and Grill.

 

Mountain Statistics

Peak Elevation: 9,255 ft.
Base Elevation: 8,200 ft.
Vertical Drop: 1,055 ft.
Skiable Acreage: 200 acres
Average Annual Snowfall: 190 inches
Longest Ski Season in NM: Nov-April
Named Trails: 41
Terrain Parks: 3
Lifts: 5
Platter Lifts: 2
Beginner Trails: 20%
Intermediate Trails: 40%
Advanced Trails: 25%
Expert Trails: 15%


For more information, call 800-587-2240.