Angel Fire

Soul Soaring Spectacles

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Angel Fire is cool, comfortable, even tranquil in the summer, but opportunities for fun are plentiful with top-rated golf, scenic chairlift rides, birding, hiking, horseback rides, ATV tours, horseshoes, basketball, swimming, miniature golf, disc golf, playgrounds and picnic areas, plus paddleboats, rowboats and fishing at Monte Verde Lake, sightseeing at nearby ghost towns and so much more.

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Fly in the sky Come fly Angel Fire’s super zipline tour, opening mid May – reservations highly recommended. No age restrictions per se, but the Resort’s

Rocky Mountain Zipline Adventure Tour offers the new Family Flyer with two ziplines – for younger kiddos who don’t weigh enough for the full adventure tour. Those weighing 90 pounds and above can do the full six-line tour – the second highest elevation zipline tour in the U.S. and the largest in New Mexico.

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Country club links ‘n’ lounging Angel Fire Resort offers a par 72. 6,653-yard. 18-hole golf course at the country club, con­sidered by many as one of the most stunning courses in the West. Lesson packages may be available for new and skilled golfers, call ahead regarding appointments.

Fine dining at Elements upscale restaurant and bar and many resort faves are still possible, like disc golf, scenic chairlift rides, the swimming pool and fitness center, tennis center, kids’ climbing wall, Euro-Bungy Jumper and a play­ground at Olympic Park. Monte Verde Lake is an ideal place to hike, fish, boat or relax on shore. – must-do by many online reviews.

Fabulous bike park The top-rated Angel Fire Bike Park is scheduled to opens mid-May. Angel Fire maintains more than 100 miles of downhill and cross-country trails for all ability levels that also tie into the National Forest trail network, including the popular South Boundary Trail.

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