Located 20 miles southeast of Taos, Sipapu Ski & Summer Resort Area is New Mexico’s fastest growing ski resort (yet you won’t wait in line for a lift). First-time and returning guests alike appreciate the quintessential mountain life found only at Sipapu: a fun, friendly mountain where your kids won’t get lost (perfect for skiers and boarders of all skill levels); clean, simple accommodations (no cell service, in-room TVs or phones – we believe families should connect with each other, not over their electronics); and the best deals around, which allows everyone to have the family vacation they want at prices they can easily afford.
Besides a fun, friendly mountain and simple accommodations, Sipapu also offers a lot of other great activities for the whole family to enjoy. For example, there is a large variety of ski and snowboard lessons available. You can even play a game of disc golf; it has been named by Disc Golf Digest as one of the top five scenic courses in the country!
For the ultimate family ski vacation, book your stay in a cabin or home near Sipapu Ski & Summer Area. We offer a wide selection of hotels, duplexes, cabins, motels, lodge rooms and mobile homes to suit any budget or group size.
Cabins in the Sipapu Ski & Summer area are perfect for the whole family, with several options for groups of up to 40 people. Each has its own kitchen and living room and is set in a scenic location.
The property is a convenient base from which to explore the surrounding area and nearby attractions, including Picuris Pueblo. During your visit, you can enjoy skiing and snowboarding at Sipapu Ski Area, and take advantage of the recreational amenities offered by the hotel, including an outdoor pool.
Sipapu Ski & Summer has been family owned and operated since 1952, which helps explain its commitment to providing a family-friendly environment for all guests. This is evident in everything from the lodging to the terrain.
There are 41 runs, a vertical drop of 1,055 feet, average snowfall of 190 inches, and a snowmaking system that covers 70 percent of the 200-acre ski area. There is also some advanced tree skiing and a few terrain parks.
Other things to do in the area include hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing, and special events. In addition, there are numerous restaurants in the area.
Getting around the Sipapu area is easy, with a variety of bus services available. You can even rent a car from a local airport or car rental agency.
The resort offers a restaurant, bar, gas station and convenience store onsite for your convenience. It also hosts several events throughout the year, including the February Fun Fest and Cardboard Derby.
You can also spend your free time shopping in the village or in the nearby town of Vadito. If you’d like to dine at a restaurant during your stay, the area has plenty to choose from, with options including Chinese food and pizza.