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Angel Fire Resort, Angel Fire

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Angel Fire Resort is a year-round mountain resort in northern New Mexico, 23 miles from the town of Taos. Angel Fire offers great skiing, golf, tennis, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, scenery and outdoor wildlife opportunities.

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  • The location is primes but the "resort" is pretty outdated. The staff were all very friendly and the rooms are HUGE. They have a good breakfast and average dinner place for happy hour as well. I would...  more »
  • The lift ride was pretty fun and getting to see the view of Angel Fire from riding down the mountain lift and the staff were friendly  more »
  • If the super large resorts like Taos are too much - this is a great family oriented resort with fun runs, good service and food and easy parking.  more »
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  • Well, firstly, there is no A/C in any of the rooms. It's pretty dated. The rooms are big, but the beds were a little hard for us. But most of the staff was friendly and nice. We ate at the Legends restaurant and was expecting the food to be just ok too. We were pleasantly surprised by our food and drinks. That totally exceed our expectations.
  • Awesome mountain! I really enjoyed the friendly people and laid back atmosphere. I'm an intermediate level skier and my friend is getting good at snowboarding. We made some fantastic runs over two days. The snow was thin because of the warm temps. But the grooming and the sun made for some great fun! Definitely coming back with the family!
  • The resort is an excellent family resort with a lot of amenities. Some things about the resort are better than others. Skiing here is great, although it is a medium sized mountain. Chair lifts are fast and they are easy on, easy off (the chairs slow down as you board and debark then speed back up). The ski school staff is outstanding as well. Food service at the resort could be better, with the Country Club and Bar offering the best dining. The hotel is a bit aged, but definitely serviceable as a ski / mountain biking hotel, but isn't the same as something you would find in Vail or Aspen. There isn't much of a traditional ski village here, so plan on taking a car to nearby locations.
  • It was nice after a long drive to enjoy a pint of beer and a plate of fish & chips - which were excellent if a bit pricy @ $14.95. staff was attentive & friendly. Great food, great beer, recommended for anyone looking for a casual meal in Angel Fire.
  • Laid back and friendly. Restaurants excellent but slow. Occasionally warm due to reliance on outside ventilation.