Season Passes

Season Passes

2014-15 Season Pass
The 2014-15 winter season pass at Angel Fire Resort features unlimited skiing and riding throughout the season, including night skiing!

Double Your Adventure

For an additional $100, the Double Adventure Pass allows you to purchase your choice of:

  • This winter and next winter season, or
  • This winter season and next summer season

This pass option has no blackout dates.

Purchase before November 3, 2014 for the best savings! For questions or purchases over the phone, call (844) 218-4107 for more information.

Pass Type
Unlimited Season Pass
Double Adventure Pass
Adult$299$399
Teen (13-17)$249$349
Junior (7-12)$199$299
Active Military$249$349
College Student$249$349

Children 6 and under and Seniors 70 and over ski FREE at Angel Fire Resort.

Pass Benefits

Season pass holders also receive 3 free non-transferable ski tickets at our reciprocal pass partners as well as at 12 other Powder Alliance Resorts.

Pass Partners
Angel Fire Resort’s winter season pass allows you to ski or ride 3 free days at these ski areas:

  • Monarch Mountain
  • Pajarito Mountain
  • Sipapu
  • Ski Apache
  • Ski Cooper

Powder Alliance Resorts
Angel Fire Resort unrestricted season pass holders receive 3 free non-transferable lift tickets to other Powder Alliance Resorts. Please see individual resort pages for benefits and restrictions prior to visiting. 

  • Arizona Snowbowl, Arizona
  • Bridger Bowl, Montana
  • China Peak, California
  • Crested Butte, Colorado
  • Mountain High, California
  • Mt. Hood Skibowl, Oregon
  • Schweiter, Idaho
  • Sierra-at-Tahoe, California
  • Silver Star, British Columbia, Canada
  • Snowbasin Resort, Utah
  • Stevens Pass, Washington
  • Timberline, Oregon

*Seniors/Children FREE Season Passes are not eligible for partnership with the Powder Alliance. If you would like to participate with the Powder Alliance program, you must purchase a regular season pass.

The 5th Grade Free program

We’re giving all 5th graders free skiing and snowboarding when they come with an adult who is paying for a full-price, full-day lift ticket or adult full season pass. Must present a completed 5th Grade form and a current report card for verification. It’s that easy kids, bring an adult, the form and your report card. Get a FREE lift ticket or season pass! (Rental equipment not included.)

Additional Pass Options

Family Pass

Season passes are available for up to 6 people for just $1299 per family! Purchases are available over the phone (575) 377-4320 or in person.

High Five Pass

Beginners will have the chance to be a part of a lesson progression program where they get discounts at all resort venues and earn a free season pass for the rest of the season (or the next). Guests are also eligible for a discounted pass the following year at the great price of just $199. View full program details.

The Parenting Pass

Perfect for the family that either has a little one too young to ski, or has children that have already developed their snow skills, this interchangeable pass allows two parents to take turns coaching and skiing with their child. Also allows parents to take turns on the mountain in a single day, while the other stays behind to care for a little one who is too young to ski. Some restrictions apply, visit the Ticket Office at the base of the mountain to purchase. Available for the price of a full day lift ticket.

 

Pass Insurance
Without Pass Insurance there are no credits or refunds. Credits or refunds are for an unexpected, verifiable, medical reason only. The medical reason must happen prior to February 1, 2015 to receive credit. Written claim of medical reason, plus letter of verification from a licensed physician, must be submitted within 30 days of incident. Once received, claim will be calculated on actual use at full ticket value. All decisions are at the discretion of Ski Area Management. When a balance remains you may receive an internal credit or a credit for the following season.
A sensible purchase for only $25.

(Note: Examples of a medical reason that would prevent skiing through the end of the season include pregnancy, physical disability, death, etc.)