Jan 132015
New Mexico Ski Resorts Included in Ten Best Off-the-Radar Ski Destinations

Share It!  Three of New Mexico’s ski resorts, Pajarito, Sipapu, and Red River, have been listed in the Ten Best Off-the-radar Ski Destinations according to 10best.com Pajarito is the tiny ski area tucked away high above the Secret City, Los Alamos. Originally developed for the skiing scientists of Los Alamos Laboratories, it now offers public skiing and snowboarding without lines or cluttered slopes. The perfect New Mexico ski get-away. The family-owned Sipapu is another small and secluded resort offering great lift prices and a family fun environment with lodging available [Read More]

Nov 122014
Kayak New Mexico 501(c)3 Sledding Fundraiser – Sipapu, New Mexico

Share It!   $10 for 3 laps down the “Practice slope” at Sipapu. The Magic Carpet will take you and your boat up for each additional lap! Unlike extreme, competition races, this kayak sledding event will be fun for kids and adults who want to experience the mountain in a new way. New Mexico Kayak Instruction, Inc. will provide an assortment of 30+ kayaks, paddles (for control), life jackets (for protection) and helmets, as well as an assorted size of dive booties while storing your boots in a secure area. [Read More]

Mar 212012
Inn of the Mountain Gods: From Skiing to Golf

Share It!Inn of the Mountain Gods Championship Golf Course Opens March 30; Ski Apache Open Through Spring Break – Last Day to Ski, April 1 MESCALERO, N.M. (2012) – As temperatures start rising and spring nears, Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino’s (IMGRC) Championship Golf Course will open for the season Fri., March 30 and also mark the end of Ski Apache’s 50th ski season, April 1.  (Please note that due to increasingly warmer temperatures, Ski Apache will now close on Mon., April 2 (last day to ski [Read More]

Dec 262011
Inn of the Mountain Gods (Ruidoso) January & February 2012 Events

Share It!OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES Ski Apache Open Seven-Days a Week for the Season Ski Apache opened on Thanksgiving Day as and since then has received a total of 50 inches of snow to date with 90 percent of the mountain open seven-days per week from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Lift tickets are $47 for adults, $41 for seniors (60 years and older), $38 for military personnel, $39 for teens (13-17 years) and $30 for children under 13. Group ticket discounts are also available in addition to individual ski and snowboard [Read More]

Dec 212011
New Mexico Powder Awaits Holiday Skiers

Share It!        Santa Fe, NM (December 20, 2011)- Snow, snow, and more snow: All of New Mexico’s ski areas are up and running – in fact, New Mexico ski conditions just might be among the best in the world right now; and you were wondering where you were going to spend your holiday vacation.  “Ski season is officially here, and with some of the best early skiing in years, excitement is in the air,” said Monique Jacobson, Secretary of the New Mexico Tourism Department. “Unlike most of the country, 2011 [Read More]

Dec 202011
Ski Apache Opens for 50th Season with November Opening

Share It!Season-Long Special Events and new Flaik™ GPS Tracking Mescalero / Ruidoso, NM ( November 2011 ) – Ski Apache, New Mexico’s southern-most ski area located in Mescalero just 85 miles southwest of Roswell, N.M. and two hours north of El Paso, Texas, has opened for its 50th season on the slopes of the Sierra Blanca. The Southwest’s premier mountain ski resort began the season with its annual Party on the Mountain Saturday, October 22, followed closely by the 2011 Warren Miller film premiere Nov. 19 and opening date was [Read More]

Dec 202011
Ski Area Openings New Mexico 2011

Share It! Angel Fire Ski Resort, Angel Fire, New Mexico Opening Day Dec. 15. Red River Ski Area, Red River, New Mexico Open Nov. 23 – 28, Dec. 2 – 4, Dec. 9 – 11 and Daily on Dec. 16. Ski Apache, Ruidoso, New Mexico Opens November 24 Taos Ski Area, Taos, New Mexico Taos Ski Valley will be open Thursday-Sunday, November 24th- December 15th, 2011. Everyday lift service will resume December 15th, 2011. Sandia Ski Area, Sandia Peak, Albuquerque, New Mexico Tentative Opening Day for 2011-2012 Ski Season Dec. [Read More]

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