Best Spring Break Ever

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Best Spring Break Ever

Sipapu is known for being the most family friendly resort in the Rockies, and the most affordable place to spend Spring Break in New Mexico. With lift ticket and lodging specials, and heaps of fun events, your family is guaranteed to make memories both on and off the slopes. 

 S9Y5358 Winter LodgeFREE Slopeside Lodging

Stay slopeside FREE in our hotel or lodge rooms with the purchase of one adult full-day full-price lift ticket for just $45. Available March 18–22. 
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 S9Y5358 Winter LodgeFREE Lodging in Las Vegas

Stay FREE at Super 8 Las Vegas when you purchase of two adult full-day full-price lift tickets directly from Super 8. Based on double occupancy. Available every day. 
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2for1FREE Lift Tickets 

Kids 7 and younger, 4th and 5th graders, 40 year olds, 60 year olds, and guests 70 and better s ki FREE every day  at Sipapu.
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carload days iconFREE Lessons for First Timers

Guests ages 7 and older who have never tried skiing or snowboarding get up to three free lessons with the purchase of a full-day, full-price lift ticket.
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Fantastic FREE Events


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Saturday, March 3 & Sunday, March 4 | Hawaiian Days: Kick off Spring Break by wearing your favorite Hawaiian attire! Enjoy the beach party theme throughout the mountain, and free leis while supplies last. Aprés ski on Sunday, don’t miss our traditional Hawaiian luau dinner at Riverside Cafe
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Saturday, March 10 | Cardboard Derby | 9:00 a.m.–Noon: Watch as people send their creations of cardboard, duct tape, string or twine, and paint down the slopes to see who wins awesome prizes and bragging rights.  All ages are welcome.
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Saturday, March 17 | Pond Skimming Contest | 1:00–6:00 p.m.: Skiers and boarders test their balance and bravery as they race down the mountain and attempt to “skim” across our skimming pond. Prizes awarded to the best finishers. Laughter—and wet clothes—guaranteed!

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Yeti club iconMarch 19–23 | Yeti Club Ski & Ride Camp

Kids ages 6-10 can spend Spring Break working on their skiing or riding skills. Yeti Club is a fun-filled full-day camp featuring ski and snowboard instruction, and includes lunch. Available March 19-23. Single-day and 5-day program options.
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FREE Weekday & Weekend Fun

Every Afternoon | Happy Hour | 4:00-6:00 p.m.
The lounge at Riverside Cafe is the perfect on-mountain spot to enjoy local craft beer and top shelf spirits in our just-renovated historic lodge. Every afternoon, all well drinks and local craft beer from Santa Fe Brewing are just $4.

Every Saturday | Ski with a Forest Ranger | 1:00 p.m.
Meet at the Ski Patrol shack at the top of Lift 1 at 1:00 p.m. every Saturday in March, and ski down the mountain with a Carson National Forest Ranger. This guided run with great discussion is FREE with a valid lift ticket. 

Every Saturday Night | Open Mic Night | 6:009:00 p.m.
Come down to the Riverside Café to enjoy performances from songwriters of all abilities and walks of life.  Anyone is welcome to sign up, and this event is FREE for everyone. 


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More Fun Nearby

Besides skiing and snowboarding, Sipapu and the surrounding area have other great activities for the whole family. This spring break, why not take part in an old favorite or try something new?

smileNearby Tubing & Sledding

While tubing and sledding are not permitted on resort property, our friendly staff members know where to find the best tubing and sledding spots, and will happily direct you there.


skierdistanceCross Country Skiing | Snowshoeing

Located in the Carson National Forest, it’s easy to find miles and miles of cross country trails to explore. Ask a staff member for directions to trailheads. Or, strap on your snowshoes and walk around the resort property. Don’t miss the winter plants and wildlife.


taospuebloDiscover Taos

Just 20 miles from Sipapu, Taos is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts and art and history buffs alike. Go shopping downtown, eat an authentic New Mexican meal, visit art galleries and museums, or head out for a wintery hike in the mountains.