Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort is surrounded by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Carson National Forest. It is the oldest and fastest growing ski resort in New Mexico, and has the longest ski season in the state. Peak elevation, average snow fall and other Sipapu mountain information is listed below.
Sipapu mountain has 215 skiable acres with over 40 trails, six lifts and four terrain parks. On-site amenities include a wide selection of slope-side lodging accommodations, a full-service ski shop, ski school and New Mexico’s best riverside dining experience at the Riverside Café and Paradise Riverside Bar and Grill.
Sipapu offers a natural mountain terrain perfect for all ability levels.
From green and blue groomed cruisers to the steeps and powder stashes found above Lift 1, this mountain has something for everyone.
Sipapu Mountain Stats
9,255 ft. Peak Elevation 8,200 ft. Base Elevation 1,055 ft. Vertical Drop 215 Skiable Acres 185 inches Average Annual Snowfall Longest Ski Season in NM from Nov-April 41 Named Trails 4 Terrain Parks 6 Lifts 1 Quad Chair Lift 2 Triple Chair Lifts 1 Platter Lift 2 Magic Carpets 20% Beginner Trails 40% Intermediate Trails 25% Advanced Trails 15% Expert Trails