Mountain Blog

Thank You.

If there is one thing I’ve learned over the past few months, it is this: every time there is an opportunity to talk about Pajarito Mountain Ski Area and its future, you can count on Ski Club members and the Los Alamos community to come together and vocalize their support for Pajarito Mountain Ski Area while lauding its past and cheering its future.

Last night was no different.

Over 60 people attended last night’s public meeting. Hosted by Santa Fe National Forest, the purpose of this meeting was to provide an overview of our proposed temporary pipeline while offering a forum for ...

Show Your Support Tonight!

Just a reminder that there is a public meeting tonight, August 25, at 6:00 p.m. at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, Kelly Hall, about our proposed temporary pipeline. This event is hosted by Santa Fe National Forest and I will also be at the meeting to help answer questions about this important project. We would love to see your support as we demonstrate to the Santa Fe National Forest team how committed we are to securing skiing, snowboarding and the future at Pajarito – both for the 2014-2015 winter season and beyond!

To read a few of the questions we’ve ...

Public Meeting August 25

This Monday, August 25, the Santa Fe National Forest will hold a public meeting at 6:00 p.m. Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church, Kelly Hall, to answer questions about our proposed temporary pipeline. In light of this, we wanted to address a few questions we’ve already received. Feel free to post additional questions or comments in the section below – or know that we will be at this public meeting next week to answer your questions in person.

This pipeline is, in fact, temporary. The Forest Service will allow us to utilize our proposed pipeline for no more than 12 months. ...