Angel Fire, NM, USA

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Angel Fire, NM, USA

Angel Fire vacation rentals

Light up your vacation with Angel Fire

Most travelers don’t think of New Mexico’s scorching landscape when they’re looking to hit the ski slopes, but Angel Fire vacation rentals place you within touching distance of some of America’s most beautiful snow-capped mountains. In winter, these peaks come to life with snowboarders, sledders, and snow-tubers, while the summer months promise an equally enviable array of outdoor activities—mountain biking, fishing, and hiking, to name just a few. From sweeping summer views across New Mexico’s highest point to torch-lit parades at Christmas, Angel Fire’s diverse attractions are ready to redefine the way you view New Mexico.

Sun on the slopes in Angel Fire

The Angel Fire Resort offers up a range of winter activities designed to please all ages. Younger kids will love sledding on the snowy hills, with the equipment available for rental from reception. The hills’ operating hours depend on the season, so just be sure to check before you head out. Older kids can enjoy tubing on the Polar Coaster, a 5-lane hill that’s open 365 days a year. The resort’s terrain covers over 80 runs for skiers and snowboarders of all experience levels, with an on-site school teaching you top tips and tricks to get you started.

Angel Fire’s creative spark

Neighboring Taos is a popular holiday destination in its own right, and Angel Fire vacation rentals located in the vicinity let you appreciate the best of both worlds. Russian-born artist Nicolai Felchin built his historic house here between 1927 and 1933, combining Russian, Spanish, and Native American influences in his striking design. Today, this breathtaking building is home to the Taos Art Museum, which showcases a collection of paintings by the masters of the Taos Society of Artists. The center also operates art classes and hands-on kids’ events to please all comers.

The lowdown on Angel Fire weather

Angel Fire’s sky-high altitudes keep temperatures moderate during the typically hot New Mexican summer, meaning that visitors can make the most of their outdoor itinerary in comfort. During the cold season, which lasts between November and March, freezing temperatures and snow are very common; book an Angel Fire vacation rental with a sauna or hot tub to warm the nights during this period, and nab a condo with a patio for those airy summer evenings. Due to its year-round schedule of activities, Angel Fire vacation rentals are in constant demand, so they should be booked well in advance.

Angel Fire’s creature features

The mountains, forests, and lakes around Angel Fire make it the perfect stomping ground for an assortment of cute and cuddly creatures. A walk through the woods reveals squirrels, rabbits, and chipmunks frolicking along the well-tended paths; in the mountains, white-tail deer and elks are spotted regularly, and you might even catch a glimpse of bears, mountain lions, and bobcats. Bird-watchers, meanwhile, will marvel at the variety of species on display. Bald eagles, hawks, and kestrels soar majestically through the air, while the blooming of the wildflowers in summer attracts delicate hummingbirds to these stunning trails.