Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce: 1982-2017 Building Business One Member at a Time

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Angel Fire Bike Park 

575-377-4293, located at the base of the mountain. On North Angel Fire Rd, pass the Resort and continue up the dirt road beyond the Chile Express chairlift

Angel Fire Bike Park is a premier mountain bike destination in the southern Rocky Mountains. The Bike Park offers a chairlift-accessed terrain for downhill, cross-country and all-mountain styles of mountain bike riding. It includes beginner, intermediate and advanced/expert trails. The Bike Park is an ideal location to learn the sport as it offers riding clinics, bike rentals and repairs, guided tours, skills parks, freestyle features, special events and bike-friendly slopeside lodging.

website: http://www.angelfirebikepark.com

 

Angel Fire Nordic Center

575-377-4488   Located on the grounds of the Angel Fire Resort Golf & Country Club, just minutes from the slopes, the Angel Fire Resort Nordic Center offers over 15km of groomed, classic and skate cross-country ski trails, plus snowshoeing lanes and a family snow play hill for sledding. Lessons, equipment rental, retail and pull-sleds are available in the full-service winter sports shop downstairs. When you're done playing outside and need to warm up, come inside to the Nordic Center Cafe and grab a hot beverage, soup, or baked good and enjoy the beautiful views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The Cafe is open during peak holiday periods.

website: http://www.angelfireresort.com/winter/country-club/nordic-center#sthash.yd2k1Z10.dpuf

 

Angel Fire Resort

800-633-7463  

Angel Fire Resort Country Club and Golf Course. OPEN YEAR-ROUND TO THE PUBLIC. The clubhouse provides state-of-the-art golf and membership amenities and showcases environmentally friendly engineering together with alpine-inspired architecture and design. The many features of the Angel Fire Resort olf and Country Club include a full-service golf shop with an on-staff PGA pro instructor: indoor and outdoor meeting event space; a modern fitness center with a room for fitness classes; private wine room with storage for over 2,200 bottles; an upstairs fine dining restaurant and upscale bar, Elements; downstairs Par & Grill offering lighter-fare and patio dining; the 5,200 sq.ft. Grand Hall for large meetings and events; an indoor swimming pool, well-appointed men's and women's ;ocker rooms, concierge services and more.

Rise above the ordinary at the Angel Fire Resort Golf and Country Club. The longer-playing layouts of the front nine wind through two unspoiled cayons of aspens and spruce. The signature 6th hole features a tee box soaring 200 vertical feet above the green- 250 yards away. The back nine offers a mountain meadow play with rolling fairways, meandering streams and plenty of bunkers to challenge every level of golfer.

Dates of Operation: Swing Season : May 17 thru June 14 & September 16 thru October 20  SUmmer Season: June 15 thru September 15

For more information visit: http://www.angelfireresort.com/summer/country-club

 

Angel Fire Ski  and Snowboard

800-633-7463, 575-377-6401, fax 575-377-4200  Year round family fun: ski, snowboard, snowmobiling, Nordic Center, cross country skiing, golf, disc golf, zipline tours, fishing, peddle boats, bikes, summer/fall chairlift rides, climbing wall, and more. Tubing at the base of the ski mountain in winter, sledding hill at the Country Club during the winter. 18-hole golf course with 6,600 yards; 67 ski trails. Also see listings for Country Club & Golf Course, Monte Verde Lake and Olympic Park.

website: www.angelfireresort.com

 

Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures

575-754-2769. Between Eagle Nest & Red River on Hwy 38, 4 miles south of Red River. Horseback rides and other ranch activities.  During the season, cowboy evening chuck wagon dinner with live entertainment.  4-wheeler tours, snowmobile tours, guided pack trips and hunts. Large vacation rental home sleeps 16. 

website:  www.bobcatpass.com 

 

Far Flung Adventures

800-359-2627 or 575-758-2628, fax 776-1443.  Premier whitewater specialist. "putting people and rivers together since 1976." Running the Rio Grande River and Taos Box with 1, 2 and 3-day trips. Pilar Race Court with half and full-day trips. Raft trips for all ages - from wild to mild. River-running instruction. Music, gourmet, and naturalist-guided trips. Compete river outfitter. Call for rates & group packages. Members of America Outdoors.

website:  www.farflung.com  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Far-Flung-Adventures-Whitewater-Tours/144192515069?fref=ts   

 

 

Monte Verde Lake

800-633-7463 or 575-377-9971.  Open early May through mid-October. South of Angel Fire, past the south end of the golf course. Fishing, peddle boats, row boats, float tubes. Permit required (obtain at site). 1 Lake View Park Dr. 

website: http://www.angelfireresort.com/summer/plan/activities-and-calendar/monte-verde-lake

 

Olympic Park

800-633-7463 or 575-377-4305.  Summer fun - tennis courts, basketball courts, playing fields, and a pond, BBQ grills and picnic tables, playground equipment. South of Angel Fire, turn in at 101 Country Club Dr.

website:  www.angelfireresort.com 

 

Roadrunner Tours Ltd. 

         

575-377-6416. Year-round horseback riding tours to accommodate all -- from the novice to the experienced, from half-hour to overnight. Breakfast, lunch and dinner rides. Lessons. Enjoy scenic summer horse-drawn wagon rides and winter sleigh rides along snow-covered trails. Horseback trail rides, wagon rides with campfire dinners, overnight pack trips, coach rides, wedding carriages for special occasions. Serving satisfied clients for 29 years.

website:www.nancyburch.com  

 

Streit Fly Fishing 

   

 575-751-1312 phone/fax, or 575-741-0202.  Guided fly fishing from Angel Fire and Taos. Guides trained by Hall of Fame Guide and author Taylor Streit. Fly fishing guides with intimate knowledge of the area’s fishing waters and the ability to teach fly-casting and fishing while on the water. We help take the mystery out of what some consider a complicated sport. Full & half days on the Cimarron, Rio Grande, Costilla & more. Beginners to experts welcome. Gear available. Over 25 years guiding experience in Northern New Mexico. And for you skiers, there’s great winter fishing too! In the winter we also go to Argentina to fish the great trout rivers of Patagonia. Check our web page for the low price and more information. Taylor Streit is the author of several books the most recent is Man vs Fish containing 30 stores and 60 color photos. Business location: Taos Fly Shop, 308 B Paseo del Pueblo Sur in Taos.

website:www.streitflyfishing.com 

 

Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park and Friends Group

575-377-2293,  Located at 34 County Club Road off Hwy 64, about 1 mile northeast of the Angel Fire blinking light. The 6,000 sq. ft. visitors center and archive museum are open daily 9:00 am to 5:00 pm  April thru October, then closed on Tuesday and Wednesday November thru March. The chapel and grounds are always open. It is the only state park in the United States dedicated to Vietnam veterans. Special observances on Veterans Day and Memorial Day.

website: http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/SPD/vietnamveteransmemorialstatepark.html     

email: katherine.german@state.nm.us

 

Zip Line

see more at: http://www.angelfireresort.com/summer/mountain/zipline