SKI SANTA FE
October 1984 - Ski Area Purchased from Kingsbury Pitcher by Sandia Peak Ski/Tram & Alvarado Realty, negotiated by Ben Abruzzo.
Summer 1985 - La Casa Mall lower base facility constructed.
November 1988 - Santa Fe Super Chief Quad Chair Lift Opened, first quad chair in NM cost $750,000, 4,300 feet long, 900 foot vertical rise. Easy Street Beginner Chair Lift Opened with lift operator huts made from the original Tramway Cars cost $250,000, 1,500 feet long, 175 foot vertical rise.
February 1987 - Winter Fiesta held for the first time.
Fall 1989 - Skier Plus Card Introduced, First Traks Trail Opens, Ski Service Center opens at Hoffmantown Square.
Summer 1991 - Chipmunk Corner Children’s Center Construction.
Summer 1994 - Sewer Plant Construction.
Summer 1995 - La Casa Mall Elevator Construction.
1995-96 Season - Bar Code Ticketing System.
Summer 1997 - Removed Trees for Parking Lot Construction.
Summer 1998 - Parking Lot Construction.
Summer 2000 - Additional snow making.
December 2000 - Ski Service Center closes at Hoffmantown Square.
Summer 2005 - Millennium Chairlift construction – Triple Chair, 5,730 feet in length, 1,530 foot vertical rise.
Summer 2008 - Conveyor Lift at Chipmunk Corner, Autoloader installed at Quad Lift.
Summer 2009 - Conveyor Lift installed to replace rope tow at Pine Flats.
2009/2010 Season- Peak Plus Card introduced.
Summer 2011 - Long anticipated expansion of La Casa Lodge started, completion expected winter season 2012/2013.
November 2012 - Expansion & Renovation of La Casa Lodge Completed for opening.
For the History of Skiing in New Mexico check out New Mexico Ski Hall of Fame