Ski Santa Fe is located high above what has become one of the top visitor destinations in the nation, the historic and artistic town of Santa Fe, so when you ski or ride, be sure to save time for the town. Santa Fe has a wonderful range of terrain, from isolated beginner slopes to lots of cruisers, some long bump runs, great glades and tree runs, and even a few short chutes and small bowls. The out-of-bounds, but legal, Big Tesuque run is a powder hound's delight that ends on a luge-like forested trail leading to the access road. Hitch back up or park a second vehicle at the turn-out. ActivitiesSnowboarding: Snowboarding is available on all trails. Snowboard rentals and lessons available daily.Cross Country Profile: No XC trails within the resort boundaries, but hundreds of miles of forest service roads and dedicated XC trails in surrounding Santa Fe National Forest; rentals, guide services, trail maps, etc. in town.LodgingThere's no lodging on the mountain, but 15 miles away in town you have a fabulous selection of small and large hotels (many with spas), motels, inns, and B&Bs, as well as wonderful dining options.Winter RecreationWorld-class art and history museums, hundreds of galleries, performing arts centers, craft shops, walking history tours, etc. at the base of the mountain in Santa Fe, plus low-elevation (often snow free) hiking trails, indoor public pools, gyms, mountain biking, birding, fishing, nearby white water sports (in spring), and rock climbing.