We invite skiers of all abilities to join our program: Develop strong fundamental skills in skiing and ski racing, learn to be part of a team, grow a passion for ski racing in a fun and competitive environment. We train or race every weekend on Saturdays & Sundays, 9am-3pm, from the middle of November through the end of March. Our training mountain is the Sipapu Ski Resort. We compete in the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Rocky Mountain Division.

Please refer to our 2020/2021 Training & Race Calendar for details about our training and race schedule.

COMPETITIVE RACE PROGRAM  |  U8-U12 $1095  |  U14-Senior $1,325

Our competitive program is designed for athletes who are committed to making their mark in winter sports.We build a sound foundation with comprehensive drills, and develop race tactics and advanced techniques inside and outside of gates and training courses. Young Racers compete in Fun Races and U.S. Ski & Snowboard Southern Series Races. Advanced Racers can qualify for national and international competitions and compete at International Ski Federation (FIS) races. Our experienced coaches focus on progressive skill acquisition, teaching the skier’s responsibility code and safe skiing, and respect for the mountain. Eligible U14+ athletes are participating in early-morning training on Sundays from 7–9am.

ONE DAY PROGRAM  |  U8-U18 $650

This program gives racers the option and flexibility to participate in only one training day per week, either Saturday or Sunday. Your choice.


We offer a special introductory rate for first time U12 and under Santa Fe Ski Team members. This is a great opportunity to explore if ski racing is a sport you may develop a passion for. A great discount for our young, new members who are training and competing for the first time.


Master racing is a division of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Association, and is designed for every level of skier ability ages 21+, from entry-level racers through ex-national team members. The Master schedule consists of gate race training and free skiing, with an emphasis on drills and skier development as a way to improve and further enjoy skiing. The Masters group consists of serious free skiers (serious about having fun and exploring), competitive racers, as well as skiers who just enjoy being outdoors.