Our military members deserve the best Ski New Mexico has to offer. That’s why resorts throughout the state offer discounts to military members and their families. In New Mexico, service members can find unique perks like discounted lift tickets and lodging.
Active duty, reserve, and retired military, including immediate family, can enjoy skiing and snowboarding at Red River Ski & Summer Area with discounted lift tickets. You can buy tickets at least three days in advance of your trip online, or pick them up at the ticket window.
All active duty military personnel can get free lift tickets at Sipapu during the 2017-2018 season. Just mention “Military Ski Free Deal” and show your military I.D. when picking up your lift ticket. Several blackout dates exist, so be sure to check Sipapu’s website while planning your trip.
Ski Apache honors military members, past and present, as well as their families, by offering discounted lift tickets and season passes to active and retired military members and their dependents. You can buy your tickets ahead of time online and pick them up when you get there.
Active duty, retired, veterans, National Guard, and reserve members, plus legal dependents are eligible for discounts on lift tickets at Angel Fire Resort. To take advantage of this deal, just show your military I.D. when picking up or buying lift tickets at the window.
Taos Ski Valley
Mondays are the best day of the week at Taos! On Military Monday, active and retired military personnel, as well as their immediate families, get 50% off lift tickets and 35% off lodging at The Blake. Spa services as well as dining at Rhoda’s, Tenderfoot, and Katies, are also discounted.
Ski Santa Fe
Active duty, retired and currently serving reserve and National Guard members receive discounted lift tickets at Ski Santa Fe. Learn more about Ski Santa Fe’s discounts here, or visit the resort to pick up a lift ticket and hit the slopes!
To all of our military members, past and present, thank you for your service. We hope you enjoy your time skiing New Mexico!