Fall Activities at SKI Santa Fe

Fall Activities at SKI Santa Fe

Spend some time amongst the golden aspens this fall and enjoy chairlift rides, live music, disc golf, sports shop sale, grab a bite and drink on the deck at La Casa Lodge and much more!

Date: Open every Saturday & Sunday, September 16 – October 15.


Take a ride on the Super Chief Quad chairlift, soaring through the aspens to 11,250ft! Running 10am – 3pm every weekend September 16 – October 15.

Round Trip Prices
Adult: $22
Young Adult/Senior: $17
Child: $12

One Way Price: $17

Fall chairlift tickets are available to purchase in person at Ski Santa Fe. Chairlift rides are weather dependent, last chair down is at 3:30pm.


Play the highest 18 hole disc golf course in the world, topping out at 11,564 ft!

The course is free to play and starts at the top of the quad chairlift. Ride the chair on the weekends or hike up during the week. Discs, course maps and scorecards are available in the Sports Shop.

Purchase your 2023/2024 Season Pass and ride the chairlift for free

Event Information

Location: SKI Santa Fe.The Ski Area is located 16 miles from the City of Santa Fe at the end of New Mexico State Highway 475, in the beautiful Santa Fe National Forest.



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Houses Of The Moon At Ten Thousand Waves

In the tradition of the Japanese ryokan, guests have a short walk from their rooms to the rustic spa, inspired by Japanese-style mountain hot spring resorts. The distinctive details in each of the 14 unique guest rooms and suites reflect Japanese simplicity, and many include courtyards, decks, a private Japanese garden and a kiva fireplace. Surrounded by 20 acres of piñons and junipers in high mountain wilderness, yet just ten minutes away from downtown Santa Fe, this is your choice for an easily accessible romantic vacation in an exotic destination.


Santa Fe Koa Journey

Park your RV, pitch your tent or relax in a camping cabin, surrounded by the beauty of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. You may spot a hummingbird or two while you're staying at Santa Fe KOA Campgrounds, just a short drive from downtown Santa Fe.