Welcome to the Club!
Angel Fire Resort continues to improve on every aspect of summer recreation and relaxation in the mountains. The newest addition to the summer fun is the Rocky Mountain Zipline Adventure Tour, which takes thrill-seekers through multiple zipline stages at the summit. The adventure begins with an introductory zipline of only 100’ and works up to the Super Zipline, which carries guests on an amazing 1,600’ cable over 200’ above the forest floor. Did we mention that it is actually two side-by-side ziplines, so you can race your friends and family?
The 27,000 square-foot Angel Fire Golf & Country Club is open and is accessible to the public year-round. Situated at 8,600’ elevation, with views oriented north towards Mt. Wheeler–the tallest peak in New Mexico–the facility provides state-of-the-art clubhouse amenities, and showcases environmentally friendly engineering together with alpine-inspired architecture and design. The many features of the Angel Fire Resort Golf & Country Club include a full-service golf shop with an on-staff PGA pro instructor; indoor and outdoor meeting and event space; a modern fitness center with a room for fitness classes; a private wine room with storage for over 2000 bottles; an upstairs fine dining restaurant and an upscale bar, Elements; a 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 locker rooms, concierge services and more.
On the mountain, Angel Fire Bike Park has become the premier destination for those who enjoy downhill mountain bike thrills. The Bike Park’s added and improved trails from the last couple of season now offers over 50 miles of lift-accessed trails. With wide and gentle beginner trails, bermed and flowy jump trails, and steep and challenging expert trails; the bike park has something for all mountain bikers. There is also a skills training center near the base area, which allows bikers to practice their techniques before they go to the top.