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Sandia Peak Ski Area

Contact Info
Snow Report:
East of Albuquerque
Skiable Acres:
200 Acres
Vertical Drop:
1700 feet
Summit Elevation:
10,378 Feet

Hours + Prices

Daily: 9 - 4
Half Day: 12:30 -4
December - March


Mountain Stats

Skiable Acres:
200 Acres
Average Snowfall:
125 Inches
Base Elevation:
8678 feet
Summit Elevation:
10,378 Feet
Vertical Drop:
1700 feet
Lifts and Runs
Lift Capacity:
4,500 per hour
Number of Lifts:
7 Lifts
Longest Run:
13,200 feet
Total Runs:
30 Runs

1 Rope Tow, 1 Poma Lift, 4 Double Chairs, 1 Tram (55 People)

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Albuquerque

Take Interstate 40 east to Highway 14. Head north on Highway 14 to Sandia Peak

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