Category: Resort Amenities
Friday, March 23rd, is Angel Fire Resort's annual New Mexico Appreciation Day. All residents of our state are eligible to receive a FREE full-day lift ticket to ski and ride on the mountain on Friday. This is a sign of appreciation for our locals, neighbors and business partners on whom we rely for support for all seasons. In order to receive a free lift ticket, residents simply need to present a current New Mexico state ID or recent utility bill in their name to the Resort's ticket office.
Please join us, and encourage your friends, family and business partners to join us as we head into the final weekend celebration of what has been a busy and successful winter season.
Mr. & Mrs. Future USAF RetireesRead More
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 5 PM MST this afternoon.Read More
For nearly one year now the Starfire Lodge remain rundown and vacant.
When resort manager Jon Mohanna was questioned by severl members at the Annual Member Meeting 2006 he stated no plans had been made to repair or demolish it.
The, once attractive, building has a chain link fence surrounding it highlighting it's continued deterioration!
What an embarasement to have to drive by this eyesore on our way home with visiting guests!Read More
Has anyone else noticed how frequently the Chili Express is shut down lately ?
Here it is again today.
Current winds, as reported from the weather station at the top of the mountain, 10-15 gusts to twenty and the Chili is closed due to high winds??????????????????
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