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Ski down rapid runs on the slopes of dramatic mountains, stroll across picturesque fairways as you enjoy a round of golf in the sun, and sink into soft leather couches in upmarket country clubs at the end of every enjoyable day. Angel Fire is laid-back and relaxed, an oasis of charm and adventure in the New Mexico mountains. It’s where city folk escape to on the weekends to marvel at the dramatic scenery and take a break from hectic daily life.

Things to see

At the Angel Fire Resort and Country Club the fun is literally mountainous, and whether you’re here to putt balls about the manicured greens of their spectacular golf course, soar above the treetops on an exhilarating zip line ride, or hurtle down steep slopes on mountain biking trails, the fun is non-stop. The Valle Escondido Golf Course is another popular and scenic attraction that’s surrounded on all sides by the beautiful tree-covered landscape of this idyllic hidden valley. Play your way through its well-kept holes before relaxing on the al fresco terrace to enjoy the lively Happy Hour that keeps local residents flocking back for fun. Just outside the town, northwards into the vast open countryside, there’s a startlingly bright structure on the west side of the road. It’s the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a striking monument to America’s fallen heroes. Its centerpiece is a large white chapel built with sloping edges that arc towards the sky. A concrete path is lined with bricks etched with the details of service men and women killed in action, and the visitor center hides underground on this 30 acre lot, creating a sanctuary for quiet thought and reflection.

Hotels in Angel Fire

Hotels in Angel Fire are located close to the heart of the town, as near to its lively shopping precinct and late night bars as you can get. Their standard is generally high – not too many discount hotels here – but they aren’t too pricey either. For short breaks away with the kids, these hotels are absolutely ideal. Extra spacious bedrooms give you room to move, flat-screen televisions offer late night entertainment, and when you need a little private time, enjoy a relaxing soak in the bath. The great restaurants and chic bars in these resorts also make them appealing for couples.

Where to stay

Angel Fire is a quiet, relatively isolated town that’s perfect for those ‘getting away from it all’ breaks. During the summer, the surrounding landscape is a mixture of sunburnt grasses and stubborn pockets of green trees that stretch towards the towering mountains in the distance. When winter arrives it blankets the ground in a sheet of white snow, hiding the low-rise homes and quaint country stores from view. North Angel Fire Road is the place to go for shopping, with its almost alpine-style chalets, cozy cafés, and hotels in Angel Fire, although most of the outlets here are dedicated to outdoor gear and sporting equipment.

How to get to Angel Fire

There are plenty of regional airports near Angel Fire, but the closest international arrivals terminal is the Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport in Amarillo. There’s a crisscrossing of highways between here and Angel Fire, so onward travel is relatively easy by road. Once you’re in the town you might be grateful for your own transport. Its broad boulevards are spread out across the landscape, making walking between locations relatively impractical. There is local transport in the form of taxis though, so you won’t be stuck if you don’t have a car.