Directions | Getting Here
Angel Fire is conveniently located via air from two major airports and easy driving on major highways from most major markets. Rental cars and shuttles provide airport transportation to Angel Fire and intra-resort shuttles are available during the Winter Season once you are here.
The Albuquerque International Sunport Airport (ABQ) and Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF) offer over 23 non-stop flights from 20 major cities on all major carriers including Delta, Southwest, American, United, and JetBlue.
Angel Fire Airport
The local Angel Fire Airport (AXX) is only 3 miles from the Ski Resort. The airport can accommodate nearly every aircraft, personal and charter, flying in today’s airways.
Whether you’re flying into ABQ, SAF or AXX, there are plenty of options to get you here. Please mention Angel Fire Resort when booking in order to receive the best rates when getting here.
Travelers from Oklahoma City, Dallas/Ft. Worth and Austin will go through Amarillo.
Take HWY87 north to Clayton, NM. From Clayton, take HWY412 to Springer, NM where you’ll merge onto I-25N. Exit I-25N 58 toward Cimarron, them get on HWY64 in Cimarron. HWY64 will take you through the pass, and then turn left onto HWY434 which takes you directly into Angel Fire.
Travelers from Flagstaff, Phoenix, Las Cruces, and El Paso will go through Albuquerque.
Follow I-25N to HWY599 towards HWY285 through Espanola. Merge onto HWY68 in Espanola, then take NM 585 and turn right onto HWY64. After the pass, turn right onto HWY434 as you enter Angel Fire.
Santa Fe Airport, NM
Follow Aviation Dr to NM-599 N. Take US-285 N/US-84 W through Espanola. Merge onto HWY68 in Espanola, then take NM585 and turn right onto HWY64 E. After the pass, turn right onto HWY434 as you enter Angel Fire.
Colorado Springs, CO
Travelers from Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins and Pueblo will all follow this same route.
Take I-25S to Raton, NM before exiting onto HWY64 towards Cimarron. Turn left onto HWY434, which goes directly into Angel Fire.
Boise City, OK
Travelers from Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma will go through Boise City, OK.
HWY56 turns into HWY412 in Oklahoma, and HWY412 will bring you to Springer, NM where you should merge onto I-25N (for about 3 miles). Exit I-25N for NM58 and get on HWY64 in Cimarron. HWY64 will bring you to HWY434 and right into Angel Fire.
Check current New Mexico driving conditions at nmroads.com or call the Roads Advisory Hotline at 800-432-4269.
Texas driving conditions at drivetexas.org or call the Roads Advisory Hotline at 800-452-9292.
Colorado driving conditions at cotrip.org or call the Roads Advisory Hotline at 303-639-1111.
Oklahoma driving conditions at dps.state.ok.us or call the Roads Advisory Hotline at 405-425-2385.
Convenient skier parking is located within 400 yards of the lifts with complimentary shuttle service to the base of the mountain. For guests of The Lodge, complimentary parking is available in designated lots.