Ski Santa Fe
Snow Forecast 11 pm 24 Oct 2016(local time) Weather Forecast for Ski Santa Fe at 3659 m altitude issued:
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Days 0-3 Ski Santa Fe Weather Summary:Mostly dry. Mild temperatures (max 6°C on Mon night, min 2°C on Tue morning). Winds decreasing (fresh winds from the WNW on Tue night, calm by Wed morning).
Days 4-6 Ski Santa Fe Weather Summary:Mostly dry. Mild temperatures (max 6°C on Thu night, min 3°C on Sat morning). Mainly strong winds.
|Mon||Tuesday 25||Wednesday 26||Thursday 27||Friday 28||Saturday 29||Sun|
|Summary||some clouds||some clouds||clear||clear||clear||clear||clear||clear||clear||some clouds||some clouds||some clouds||some clouds||clear||clear||clear||clear||clear|
|Freezing level (m)||4400||3950||4250||4250||4300||4400||4200||4300||4400||4500||4300||4400||4350||4200||4400||4450||4300||4350|
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Visitor Reviews of Ski Santa Fe
l. cassidy from United States writes:
The lift staff were rude and busy chatting amongst themselves. One cursed out a child who was loading, who they should have assisted. A snowboarder crossed my skis from behind and as he fell into a mess it was clear that he was drunk. There doesn't seem to be a general sense of the fact that the downhill skiers have the right of way, as several times I heard uphill skiers/boarders yell "lookout" to those below them. I saw at least 6 big crashes involving 2 or more people.
There are a decent number of beginner runs, but for a more experienced skier, not so many choices. I feel that a number of the runs marked black should really be called blue, as they were not at all steep, had no moguls, and no obstacles.
I think Angel Fire is much better for families with young boarders, and Taos for expert skiers. In southern Colorado, Durango and Crested Butte seem to cover both these bases better as well (Durango being more challenging, in my opinion).
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