December 10, 2016

Opening Day Tomorrow!

Angel Fire Resort Ski & Snowboard

When: December 9, 2016 at 9:00 am

Opening Day of the 2016/2017 Winter Season

Angel Fire Resort

Thanksgiving Buffet Dinner

turkeyThe Chefs at Elements will be cooking a Thanksgiving feast in style, inviting families and visitors to celebrate the spirit of the season, enjoy the hometown hospitality and indulge in a holiday meal that’s guaranteed to please the palate.

When: November 24, 2016 from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Where: Elements @ Angel Fire Resort

50 Years – Angel Fire Resort

50-years-afrAngel Fire Community:

With winter 2016/17 and our 50th Anniversary Celebration right around the corner, we invite you to join us in looking forward to winter 2016/17 and all the sales, marketing and special events Angel Fire Resort will be rolling out. Group sales will provide an update on group and conference numbers for this winter and what we can expect.

Please join us for a collaborative meeting to discuss current programs scheduled for this winter and summer 2017 and to explore how your business can get involved.

We’ll also be rolling out some new summer 2017 exciting events.

Where: iHub, located on the 2nd Floor of the Frontier Plaza Building

When: 10:00 a.m. | Wednesday, November 2

Refreshments will be available during this meeting.

Mike Hess
Chief Marketing Officer
970-708-0336

Member Holiday Tasting

wineCome taste and sample holiday spirits from around the world including champagnes, vodkas, wines and more. Demonstrations including how to put your hot in the toddy. Wonderful gift buying opportunities at special member pricing.

When: November 26, 2016 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Where: Elements Fine Dining, 100 Country Club Dr., Angel Fire, NM 87710

Call 575-377-3055 to make your reservation!

The Tour Of The Enchanted Circle

tour-of-the-enchanted-circleThe Tour of the Enchanted Circle is a series of disc golf tournaments to be held in Northern New Mexico during summer/fall of 2016.

Players will accrue points based on how they finish in these events. They will also get points for simply playing the events, and get bonus points for hitting an ace. Players will get points based on the divisions that they play in (with a couple of exceptions). Points are NON TRANSFERABLE between divisions (see exceptions below). $2 from each entry fee for these events will go toward the final series payout that will be given out at Angel Fire. The $2 series fee is not optional. The top 40% of the field will get paid out for the series. Ams will also be paid out for series bonuses in cash!

Here is how the divisions will be divided for the purposes of points for the series. All regular PDGA divisions will be offered for the tournaments. The below divisions are FOR SERIES POINTS ONLY and do not affect the individual tournaments.

  • Open
  • Pro women
  • Age protected pros (masters/grandmasters)
  • Advanced men
  • Age protected advanced (masters/grand and above)
  • Amateur women
  • Intermediate/recreational men

Points will be given out by how many people in your point series division you finish ahead of.

Point Breakdown:

  • Pre registering for the event at elitebrothersdiscgolf.com in the event: 50 points
  • Ace: 25 points

Points earned by finish: 5 per player that you beat in your series division.

Tournaments that are part of the Tour are:

  • Rio Pueblo Open, June 25-26 (Sipapu, Two Grey Hares, and Picuris Pueblo Disc Golf Course)
  • Sipapu Summer Slam, July 16-17 (Sipapu)
  • State Doubles, September 17-18 (Sipapu)
  • Drew Judycki Memorial, September 24-25 (Red River Ski Area)
  • Angel Fire Open (Tour Finale), October 15-16 (Angel Fire Resort)

For more information visit:

Tour of the Enchanted Circle | Angel Fire Open (Tour Finale)

2016 Grizzly Grind

grizzly-grindThe 2016 Grizzly Grind presented by Adams State University Cycling Team hosts their collegiate conference championships in mountain biking. Two days of mountain bike racing will determine the best collegiate mountain bike athletes around in four separate disciplines: Cross Country, Dual Slalom, Short Track Cross Country, and Downhill.

Onsite registration only for this event. Discounted lodging rate of $99 available for race participants using Promo Code ADAM.

Starts October 8 @ 7:00 am
Ends October 9 @ 5:00 pm

Angel Fire Bike Park
10 Miller Lane
Angel Fire, NM

Oktoberfest 2016

oktoberfestCelebrate and join us for our wunderbar Oktoberfest as Chef Mathias returns to share his traditional German cuisine with us!

When: October 7, 2016 from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Where: Elements Fine Dining, 100 Country Club Road, Angel Fire, NM

Oktoberfest Menu

Reservations are required. Please call 575-377-3055.

Run-Camp-Sleep? Repeat!

wildRagnar Trail Angel Fire-NM presented by Salomon is nestled in the heart of the Enchanted Circle. It’s here that Ragnarians will free their inner wild as they Run. Camp. Sleep? Repeat. over two days and one night. Grab seven of your friends (or three of your crazier friends) to form a team, and get ready to run on world class single-track trails.

When: August 19-20, 2016

Where: Angel Fire Resort

We promise unforgettable, not easy. Over three different trails Ragnarians will experience breathtaking views of the Moreno Valley, the Sangre de Cristo range and Wheeler Peak – New Mexico’s highest peak! Back at Ragnar Village the party will come alive under billions of stars, music and bonfires. Add Angel Fire to your adventure getaway radar. This is one race that shouldn’t be missed!

For more information check out the website.

IMBA Members Weekend

imba-weekendJoin us for the inaugural IMBA Weekend August 12-14, 2016. Shuttles running all weekend any time through Turquoise Tours.

Booking instructions:

South Boundary Shuttle

Angel Fire to Taos on New Mexico’s #1 Mtb Trail

$35 per person

www.TurquoiseTours.us

575-776-TOUR (8687)

Friday: Cool Summer Nights Concert Series featuring Dana Cooper 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm (free) – Food & local beers by Enchanted Circle Brewery

Saturday: Fire Five DH Race

Sunday: Live Music & Art + Farmers’ Market & More (Party, Contests, Clinics)

Family Fun In The Sun Celebration – Week 2

adventure-begins-2It’s our Family Fun In The Sun celebration with live music, themed days, cool contests, and great spring skiing and riding.

SPRING BREAK WEEK 2 | MARCH 13-20

NIGHT SKIING

Offered Nightly from March 13-20: Night skiing on the front side of the mountain from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. for $24 (or $12 with a same-day ticket). Terrain includes 50 acres of groomed trails as well as a few terrain park features.

FIRST TRACKS

Offered Daily from March 13-20: Want to make your first turns before anyone else? Join our Guest Services for First Tracks! Availability is limited, so please sign-up with Angel Fire Resort Guest Services either at the office in our Base Area or by calling 577-377-4357. This only costs $20 with the purchase of a lift ticket or your season pass & FREE for Members. (Members without ski privileges will still need to purchase their lift ticket for the day or have a season pass before joining the group.)

PIE EATING CONTEST

Monday, March 14: Sign-up to shove your face into a pie and eat as quickly as you can! All ages can compete. This event takes place on the deck in front of Mountain Reservations at 1:30 pm. Photos from this event are priceless.

THEME DAYS ON THE MOUNTAIN

Monday, March 14: Hawaiian Shirt Day
Wear your favorite Hawaiian shirt and ski the mountain like a pro!

Tuesday, March 15: School Pride Day
Get decked out in your best school colors to show your pride!

Wednesday, March 16: Retro Day
Come dressed in your best 80’s or 90’s ski apparel – sweet ski suits encouraged!

ST. PATRICK’S DAY PARTY

Thursday, March 17: Celebrate the Irish on the slopes and get dressed up in a lot of green, shamrocks or Irish-themed gear and then wrap-up the day at the Village Haus for music, giveaways and good times.

FATTY PADDY BIKE RACE

Saturday, March 19: Bring your fat tire mountain bikes and dress in your favorite St. Paddy’s Day outfit for some friendly competitions and Brew Ski as the snow season ends and the dirt season begins.