Although this time of the year is considered “off-season” for most ski resorts – changing of the seasons, locals leaving town, school is ending – some of us feel like it is truly just the opposite. Here are five reasons we think you should check out Angel Fire Resort this summer:
The bike and hiking trails are dry and not crowded. After a shorter and drier winter than normal, our trails in and around Angel Fire are abundant and beautiful for daytime hikes or cool morning riding. Not only is this a great time to get out there and explore, chances are you’ll get to enjoy them with some peace and quiet. One of our favorite local hikes is the Oesta Vista greenbelt trail. Pack a lunch, take in the views from the top and enjoy this early summer adventure.
It’s a great time to reunite with friends and family. Life has an easy way of passing by with not enough time to spend with your friends and family. This time of the year offers a great chance to reconnect and enjoy some quality time with the ones you love. Whether you stay in our RV Resort, in our on-mountain lodge or rent one of our private homes or condos, there is plenty of space for you to catch up with those you love
We think that summer is multi-sport bliss season. Summer is the best time of year where you can actually SUP, golf, bike, hike, fly fish, zipline and run all in the same day. For those of you multi-sport junkies, Angel Fire Resort is the best place to take advantage of all of those sports we live for.
Take advantage of summer discounts. Although some families aren’t always aware of it, summer can offer some of the best pricing for lodging and activities at a ski mountain. Book one of our summer stay and play packages, and then take in some of our communities favorite activities like Cool Summer Night Concert Series, Art and Farmer’s Market and Movies Under the Stars.
Enjoy the peace and quiet. Smell the flowers, enjoy a hike or watching elk in our meadows. Take in the amazing ‘angel fire’ sunsets we earned our name from and the beauty of peaceful, summer days in the southern Rockies.