sipapu ski & summer resort
Just 20 miles southeast of Taos and two hours north of Albuquerque, Sipapu has a 13-year track record of being the first resort in the state to open. The uncrowded slopes and unique family-friendly vibe keep guests returning for generations.
Sipapu’s philosophy is to be the most family-friendly resort in the Rockies, and guests have been bringing their children and grandchildren to our mountain since 1952. Our resort is small enough so that kids won’t get lost, and our laid-back style is perfect for families looking to simply enjoy a family vacation they can afford.
Longest Ski Season in New Mexico!
|Home to the longest ski season in New Mexico, Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort offers a natural mountain terrain, perfect for all ability levels. From green and blue groomed cruisers to the steeps and powder stashes this mountain has something for everyone.||View Winter Activities here|
A lush summer oasis
|When the snow melts, Sipapu transforms into a lush oasis of trout-filled waters, wildflowers and aspen meadows. Spring, summer and fall bring even more family-friendly activities to or near our mountain||View Summer Activities here|
Stay in Sipapu
|Sipapu’s slopeside lodging units are full of history and rich with character. Many units have been a part of the property since Lloyd and Olive Bolander founded the resort in 1952. Very few of our units are exactly alike,
and we offer lodging specials all year long.
|View Sipapu Lodging here|
Grab a Bite
|Our cozy, quintessential lodge restaurant delivers a unique experience, whether you are looking to grab a fresh handheld burrito, enjoy a burger with the family during lunch, or savor a quiet evening over a classic New Mexican dish.||View Dining choices here|
Winter Ski Shop
Function to Fashion
|Sipapu’s rental shop carries alpine skis, boots, poles, snowboards, ski bikes and more. Our on-site experts will ensure you’re fitted for the right gear, and they can help with your adjustments, too.||View rental shop here|
Directions from Taos to Sipapu
Just 36 miles from the Town of Taos
|From Taos turn left onto NM-518. Drive 20.6 miles to Sipapu. Sipapu is on the right||Click image to enlarge or click here for detailed driving directions|