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Ski Santa Fe

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Ski Santa Fe

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1477 State Hwy 475, Santa Fe, NM 87501
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New Mexican Flavors Food Tour of the Santa Fe Plaza
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New Mexican Flavors Food Tour of the Santa Fe Plaza

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Join this fun food tour, with locally raised guides who have generations of knowledge! This tour is unique because you will enjoy a hand picked New Mexican food experience. Experience New Mexican food and discover some of the best foodie spots near the Santa Fe Plaza. On the tour, you will alsolearn about the history of Santa Fe, the food, culture and historical points of interests such as the Palace of the Governors, The San Miguel Mission (Oldest church structure in the USA) and The Loretto Chapel (Home to the Miraculous Staircase). This casual tour includes a full lunch, non alcoholic drinks, alcohol pairings (Such as wine, margaritas or local beers), as well as dessert.
$137.69 per adult
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reddust44@aol.com wrote a review Mar 2021
Kingsport, Tennessee18 contributions2 helpful votes
Ski Santa Fe has really long runs and good snow. It rarely get above freezing in the winter so they hold their snow well. Ski all day and it will wear you out. Facilities are above average as well as the food.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Ivette N wrote a review Feb 2021
Port Saint Lucie, Florida175 contributions19 helpful votes
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Our group was 5, I was the picture taker and my friends learned to Snow Board and Ski. It is not to say I did not enjoy myself. I snow shoe up and around the slopes. Our day was fun, they had their classes for both skiing and snowboarding and the instructors were great very patient with all of the ladies and by the end of the day all of them were on the chair lefts coming down the mountain as if they were on boards or skies for years. A great place to learn and have fun. Ski Santa Fe, is only 15 miles from the city of Santa Fe, NM and takes about 40 minutes to get to the slopes. The roads are very windy and only 2 lanes and if snows it can be very slick, so caution is advised. As for spending a day at Ski Santa Fe do it. One other thing they take mask wearing very seriously, so please wear yours. They do have a cafe one can rest and eat at. And as for parking come early the spots fill up fast. Enjoy, your ski day.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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BestTravelsNow wrote a review Feb 2021
Hereford, Texas385 contributions138 helpful votes
Very impressed with check-in, rental, and the lifts. All staff were very helpful. Snow was amazing. Looking forward to many returns.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Amanda wrote a review Dec 2020
Leander, Texas2 contributions
Good customer service, great skiing, appreciate the layout of the trails and lifts. Had an area for kids to learn beginner ski skills or just play, I went one week with kids and one without. The little lodge halfway down was always a fun stop. I liked having some healthy options available. All in all, favorite place to ski in New Mexico!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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CakeCo wrote a review Mar 2020
Dallas, Texas2 contributions2 helpful votes
We went here for spring break March 13-20 week but due to Coronavirus they closed Ski SF. If you were hoping for snow you can still head up the mountain and pull off on the right at Big Tesuque in Hyde Park. It was beautiful and had feet of snow for sledding and play. We stopped at the ski shop before heading up and bought sleds for $15. The ski shop, Cotman’s (?), was closed yesterday too though, so call ahead if you need gear.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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