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Snow Report

Lifts and Trails

Ski Apache has trails that will challenge the advanced and welcome the beginner. With over 750 acres of skiable terrain, you’ll have plenty to explore throughout the day. Keep a close eye on our snow report for the status of mountain conditions, what trails are open and what lifts are running. You can see a live version of Ski Apache from our snow webcam. Our lift and trails report lays out the necessary information to prepare you for the slopes.

Enjoy Great Snow

Here at Ski Apache, you’ll enjoy pristine conditions and snow unlike anywhere else. We work in conjunction with mother nature by making snow at the resort in addition to what the weather provides us. This way, you’ll cruise down trails with ample snow while soaking up that New Mexican sun. We work hard to provide you with a pleasant experience on the mountain.

New Mexico is a state to include on your winter bucket list. With excellent ski resorts across the state, Southern New Mexico is an exceptional place to ski and snowboard. The alpine peak of Sierra Blanca is over 12,000 feet, welcoming an annual snowfall of around 15 feet and great weather during the day to ride in. Be sure to check our snow report below and prepare yourself for a fun day on the slopes.

gondola is open
ziptour is closed
Currently 4 lifts are open
Currently 43 trails are open
Trail Difficulty Status Groomed Snowmaking
Ambush
blue
open
yes
Natural
Apache Bowl
blue
open
no
Natural
Bunny Slope
green
open
yes
Man Made
Caliente
black
open
no
Natural
Chair 1 Lift Line
black
open
no
Natural
Capitan Heavy
blue
open
no
Natural
Capitan Light
blue
open
no
Natural
Catwalk
green
open
no
Natural
Chair 7 Lift Line
green
open
no
Natural
Chute
black
open
no
Natural
Chino
blue
open
yes
Natural
Dead End
black
open
no
Natural
East Meadows
blue
open
no
Natural
East of East
blue
open
no
Natural
Easy Street
green
open
yes
Man Made
Geronimo
blue
open
no
Natural
Gondola Lift Line
black
open
no
Natural
Incredible
black
open
no
Natural
Lincoln Lift Line
black
open
no
Natural
Lower Deep Freeze
green
open
no
Man Made
Lower Moonshine
green
open
yes
Natural
Lower Peebles
black
open
no
Natural
Lower Snow Park
green
open
yes
Natural
Lower Spruce
blue
open
yes
Natural
Meadows
blue
open
no
Natural
Mescalero
black
open
no
Natural
Moonshine Gulch
green
open
yes
Natural
Rover
black
open
no
Natural
Roys Run
black
open
no
Natural
Screaming Eagle
black
open
no
Natural
Sierra Blanca Trail
green
open
yes
Natural
Smokey Bear
green
open
yes
Natural
South Face
blue
open
no
Natural
Terrible
black
open
no
Natural
The Face
blue
open
yes
Natural
Top Notch
black
open
no
Natural
Trench
black
open
no
Natural
Upper Deep Freeze
blue
open
no
Natural
Upper Moonshine
blue
open
no
Natural
Upper Peebles
black
open
no
Natural
Upper Snow Park
black
open
no
Natural
Upper Spruce
black
open
no
Natural
Wild Onion
black
open
no
Natural

Please Note

All conditions are subject to change at any time without notice due to changing weather patterns/conditions daily.

New Mexico Ski Report

New Mexico’s ski season generally spans December through March. While it doesn’t garner as much attention as nearby states for skiing and snowboarding, you will not regret visiting the several high elevation mountains found throughout the state. Known for impressive amounts of dry powder snow, New Mexico is an excellent destination for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. Enjoy shorter lines and affordability here. 

Ski Apache, located in Alto, 10-minutes from Ruidoso in southern New Mexico, offers excellent terrain, plenty of snow (including snowmaking all the way to the summit), and nearby lodging and entertainment. Alto and Ruidoso are hidden gems for snow sports enthusiasts. Visit Ski Apache today and see why we are a great destination for you, your family, and your friends.

 
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