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10 Miller Ln Angel Fire, NM 87710
10 Miller LaneUSNew MexicoAngel Fire87710
(575) 377-6401angelfireresort.com
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Lodge rooms, plus condos & houses, at a ski resort with dining, summer mountain biking & a pool.- Google
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Jacob Chacon
2 months ago
☆☆☆☆☆This place is great, the staff was really helpful and friendly. Shannon was our desk clerk, and he was so helpful and curtious. The scenery is amazing and close to other scenic areas. Northern New Mexico is beautiful, and Angel Fire Lodge Resort is a really great place to stay.
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Carlo Carandang
8 months ago
Angel Fire is a great ski mountain for beginners and average skiers, as the blue trails at Angel Fire are comparable to green trails at other ski mountains, and the black trails are like blue trails at other mountains. This ski resort is also less crowded, so it is great for those who want to get away from the crowds. I first learned to ski at Angel Fire over 2 decades ago.
Steve Carver
a year ago
Angel Fire is great because of its seclusion and variety of trails for all skill levels. It's not a happening town, but the resort itself is nice and well maintained. Don't expect Vail quality, but do expect shorter wait times, smaller crowds(minus spring break), and cheaper lift tickets. I'd say Angel Fire's difficulty really appeals to people like me who can only ski once a year. The greens are nice, gentle, and have length (The longest trails in the park are greens). Most all the blues are also quite manageable. I'd put them in line with Breckenridge's Peak 7. As far as the ski school, regardless where you go, it's always so hit and miss. Most of my ski knowledge came from somebody else not affiliated with a resort. The only thing I remember from ski school is how to get on and off the lift. Pizza and french frying just doesn't really work...
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Mary Smith
a year ago
Nothing terrible, nothing to write home about. If you're from central or northern NM proper why would ever go when you could go to Taos, Santa Fe which are more up to date, or Durango which is a real ski resort. Angel Fire's "hotel" a bit tired & in serious need of a renovation. Their daycare nearly put me through top security clearance before I could drop my toddler off there. Didn't have this problem w/Santa Fe or Durango. There are any hardly shops outside of the resort, no night life, not even a dollar store. It's a whole lot of nothing but folks from TX or Oklahoma, not even folks from NM seem to come here. Not that there's anything wrong w/people from TX or OK, but would be nice to meet folks from other places. I tried it, didn't love it, was just "meh." Don't feel the need to go again. However, not bad skiing & cheap.
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Kylie Parker
4 months ago
SOOOOO FUNNNNNN!!!! ♥♥♥♥♥♥☻☻☺
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Travis Provin
a year ago
I have only been here in he summer to ride the bike park and it was pretty good. The staff on the mountain is terrible, very smug, lazy, and condescending. There is nothing around the town other than the resort so dont expect there to be anything to do after riding. Fun to ride but nothing spectacular
stone maitland
7 months ago
It is amazing over here I had alot of fun when I came
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James Van Vorst
a month ago
Excellent resort and bike park.