September 20, 2019


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TrailHead Bike & Ski Shop

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575-377-1010 (Phone)

We are a progressive outdoor adventure retailer located in the heart of Angel Fire, just two blocks from the lifts. The TrailHead offers year-round activities and rentals making your stay in the mountains that much more fun.

“Angel Fire is a hot spot for mountain biking.”

Snow Country Magazine

If wildlife viewing is not a good enough reason to mountain bike, the vast and varied expanse of uncrowded trail systems are. Truth is you’re more likely to see an animal than another biker. There is something for every level of rider.

You can also bike Angel Fire’s ski area. Take your bike up the Chile Express to the top of the mountain and explore the many biking trails.

The Chile Challenge, part of the Mountain States Cup Series, is held here each May. It’s two days of cross-country and downhill mountain biking.

Mountain Sports Rentals

800-937-7547 (Toll-free)
505-377-3490 (Phone)
505-377-3577 (Fax)

We do it all 365 days a year from retail to rental to repairs. Top quality name brands in mountain bikes, clothing, Oakley products and more. Located at Highway 434 and North Angel Fire Road intersection.

Alpine Fitness Company

505-377-3892 (Phone)

Guided hiking and biking tours.

Angel Fire Bike Park

Angel Fire Bike Park is a premier mountain bike destination in the southern Rocky Mountains. The Bike Park offers chairlift-accessed terrain for downhill, including beginner, intermediate and advanced/ expert trails. The Bike Park is an ideal location to learn the sport as it will offer riding clinics, bike rentals and repairs, guided tours, skills parks, freestyle features, special events and bike-friendly, slopeside lodging.

Angel Fire Bike Park has undergone major expansion and improvement the last couple of seasons, and offers an abundance of new and enhanced trails for riders of all abilities. In an effort to appeal to the beginner and intermediate rider, the Angel Fire Bike Park has expanded and reworked the trails so beginners will have a safe and controlled environment to learn the sport, improve their basic skills and fine-tune the right technique for difficult sections. The Bike Park also has the longest season in the Rockies with all trails open from mid-May to mid-October. Along with the revamped terrain the resort offers deep discounts on passes and lodging packages, creating the most affordable Bike Park in the country.

Angel Fire Bike Park was recently voted No. 1 in the Southwest by the MTBparks 2013 Rider Choice Awards.

Camping is available on the corner of Vail and Squaw Valley for a fee.

For complete details, visit the Angel Fire Bike Park’s website.

Planning to shred this season? Save time by signing our Mountain Biking Waiver online!Purchase tickets online.

2014 Bike Pricing:

Spring Season: May 16 – June 16, 2014
Summer Season: June 19 – August 18, 2014
Fall Season: August 21 – October 12, 2014
Weekday: Monday – Thursday
Weekend: Friday – Sunday


Spring/Fall Weekday: $33
Spring/Fall Weekend: $36
Summer Weekday: $36
Summer Weekend $39

YOUTH (Ages 7 to 12) and SENIORS (Age 65+)
Spring/Fall Weekday: $28
Spring/Fall Weekend: $31
Summer Weekday: $31
Summer Weekend: $34

Other Ticket Options
Single Person three-day pass: $99
Single Person two-ride single day pass: $20

2014 Gravity Pass: $259
At this price, our Gravity Pass will pay for itself in only 7 days! Buy your pass today online!
We have partnered with Trestle Bike Park in Winter Park for 2014.
With your Angel Fire Gravity Pass you receive 3 FREE days at Trestle as well!
Purchase Online