I have skied every resort in New Mexico, this is a mini Taos. Skied it this weekend with a 51" base. Lots of straight down bump runs. Greens are more like Blues. If you are a beginner, this mountain may be challenging. Lift tickets were the cheapest I've payed for lift tickets this year. I had a blast.
When people call it the best bump skiing around, they're not pulling your leg. Also, lift lines were so short on a Friday that I feel kind of bad leaving a review. Don't go there, it's terrible!
This ski hill is arguably the best attraction in this small town. The skiing is great, the tickets are cheap for such amazing skiing. If you or your family are inexperienced in skiing/snowboarding the lessons are very helpful and enable you to ski the whole mountain. If you're more experienced the blues, blacks, and double black diamonds are fun and... 更多
Taos is epic when there's new snow but it get's skiied out and the rocks there mean less than 50" of snow is dangerous for your skis. Pajarito is much smaller but has a lot of varied terrain including advanced terrain. It's a hidden gem. Seldom are their lines. the place is very family friendly. The town isn't a resort... 更多
want a mountain practically to yourself? drive past Santa Fe a few more minutes up the road to Pajarito Ski Mountain! most people drive to Santa Fe ski area which seems to be the "hub" of all ski resorts in NM... but if you want a more advanced ski Mtn, come to Pajarito! I highly recommend trying this out. one... 更多
When Pajarito has good snow, it's second only to Taos in NM for reasonably good skiers. Loved by advanced skiers. But if you do want to come, please check the snow conditions first. Lift tickets pretty reasonable too.
My son and I came from Texas for Spring Break. I am a level IV skiier and he snowboards. This was our first trip to Pararito. I wish we could have been here under better snow conditions. The staff were great. The facilities were clean. The price of tickets and rentals was great. However, too many of the runs were... 更多
I decided after a lifetime of being an avid skier I wanted to try snowboarding. We were visiting Santa Fe and my fiancé suggested this place, as he used to frequent here when he lived in Los Alamos years ago. This turned out to be a great place to learn as there weren't many people and the beginner slope was... 更多