As a society we find ourselves in unprecedented times. One thing is certain: our mountain will still be here when this is all said and done. The best thing we can do now is stay home and stay safe, freeing up our rockstar healthcare and essential workers to do their jobs without adding extra burdens. You’ll be the first to know when we’re back up and running, we promise. We’re in this together.
Uphill skiing/riding is not permitted at this time. Please be patient as we revisit this policy.
Uphill skiing/riding is only allowed beginning three days after the announced last day of winter ski area operations (scheduled for April 5, 2020) and ending on May 15th, when the Summer Operations Plan takes into effect. During this time the New Mexico Ski Safety Act duties of ski area operators will not apply to the skiing area or any persons skiing/riding on the terrain. All such skiers/riders will legally assume all risks of injury or death while participating, including avalanche risk and all inherent risks such as, but not limited to, snow conditions, terrain, trees, natural and man-made objects, variations in terrain and the operation of ski area vehicles such as, but not limited to snowcats, snowmobiles, trucks, and other vehicles. Private motorized vehicles, including snowmobiles are prohibited from access. Markings, warnings, signage ski patrol or other rescue assistance, and all other ski area operator duties und NMSSA are not provided by the ski area except during winter ski area operations.
All winter sports activities, such as (but not limited to) skiing, snowboarding, tubing and sledding are prohibited before and after operating hours due to safety concerns and pre and post season due to safety concerns.