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Pajarito Mountain Ski Area

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Pajarito Mountain Ski Area

56 Reviews
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397 Camp May Road, Los Alamos, NM 87544
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Lonely Planet Experiences: Private Walking Tour of Santa Fe
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Lonely Planet Experiences: Private Walking Tour of Santa Fe

Located in Northern New Mexico, Santa Fe is brimming with history and culture.<br><br>On your private walking tour, your guide will explain the history of New Mexico and its enduring relationship with Mexico. Learn about the beautiful jewellery, tapestries, weavings, paintings, folk art, and photography - a mecca for art enthusiasts. Explore the history of the city, enjoy a bite of New Mexico's delightful cuisine at a local restaurant. Learn about the secrecy of the Second World War era's Manhattan Project, based in Santa Fe and the remnants of stories still told by locals. Finally, finish your tour at the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, where your guide will part with you. Explore the museum at your leisure, while learning about this significant American modern artist.<br><br>Please note: due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is operating with restricted time slots. Start times are subject to modification and we will work with you on other options should tickets not be available.
$175.00 per adult
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Sarah Z wrote a review Mar 2020
Austin, Texas25 contributions13 helpful votes
Can be slow to get rentals and tickets since not many people work there. Our first instructor was pretty bad but second one was great. Slopes are challenging for us beginners. I have met people that came after skied in Santa Fe for more challenging slops. Price can't be beat. I saved so much $$$ on lessons, rentals and lift tickets. Always check online to see if they have any special rates. We will be back for more next season!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Rodolfo M wrote a review Mar 2020
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Great family friendly ski resort and incredibly priced well. This is an excellent place for first timers with great instructors that were extremely patient with my kids and all three kids were first timers in the morning and running greens at the end of the day. The facility shows its wear and tear but I’ll trade that for no wait lines and half the cost to other resorts.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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ih1958 wrote a review Feb 2020
amarillo107 contributions56 helpful votes
Really enjoy this ski area, and good value. Lots of blue and green cruisers and some fairly advanced mogul runs. Parking is convenient and it is only 20min or so from Los Alamos.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Brad K wrote a review Dec 2019
Tempe, Arizona35 contributions9 helpful votes
Went skiing with a kindergartner yesterday. It is a very nice local slope. The beginner hills were well layed out. After the little one was done we went up for a few runs. The snow was great but being the 1st day the moguls weren't there yet. We managed to find some nice powder. Pajarito is a small friendly mountain for some comfy relaxing skiing.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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EAR999 wrote a review Mar 2019
Los Alamos, New Mexico30 contributions7 helpful votes
The record levels of snow have covered over some of Pajarito's difficulties this year. The Townsight lift is closed. The Spruce lift has also had its issues in 2018-2019. There have been many problems since the area fires of 2000 and 2011 and the transfer of operations from the ski club to private ownership. The area is mostly closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. I've had problems with the lifties helping me board the old two-man, center-pole, single speed Mother lift. That said, this is a convenient, old-school ski area with some interesting runs, especially if you ski the challenging black diamond runs. It is also priced accordingly.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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