Ski Season Kicks Off at Angel Fire Resort in New Mexico this Friday & Holiday Fun! #FamilyTravel @NewMexico #NewMexicoTRUE

Let it snow! Are you a ski family? Or is your crew looking for a winter getaway full of tubing, skiing, and other outdoor adventures? The family friendly Angel Fire resort in New Mexico is kicking off the season with 46″ of natural snow this Friday 12/14/18 thanks to El Nino brining some cold weather to the southwest.  With over 155 skiable acres, 9 miles of well-groomed trails, two terrain parks, six chairlifts running, and a six-lane Polar Coaster Tubing Hill all open this Friday, this resort is ready for guests to celebrate winter! And it looks like they’ve got all kinds of cool festive fun during winter break too!

Celebrate the Holidays at Angel Fire Resort in New Mexico

Seriously my family would love a getaway out west this season!

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FIVE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT ANGEL FIRE RESORT’S OPENING WEEKEND:

  1. Demo Daze: The first Demo Daze of the season will happen opening weekend December 15-16. This is an opportunity for skiers and boarders to try out the latest gear from some popular lines in the industry, including Chronic Athletics, Hovland Snowskates, Oakley, Pit Viper, Sno-Go, and Nikwax. 
  2. Discounted Opening Day Tickets/Weekend Lodging:To kick off this season the resort is offering a special discounted opening day Adult lift ticket for $59 if purchased online before December 13 here:https://www.inntopia.travel/ecomm/shop/calendar/6547367/en-us/?productcategoryid=117&startMonth=12&startYear=2018&_ga=GA1.2.1125348673.1539205939

Teachers (K-12) nationwide can pick up a season pass to the resort for $99 if purchased before December 13. This pays for itself with just two days of skiing. The Teacher Pass increases to $199 starting December 14. Additionally, heavily discounted stay and ski packages are also available over opening weekend. More on the Opening Weekend Deals can be found here: https://www.angelfireresort.com/one-week-until-opening-day/

3.Kids 6 and Under and 5thGraders Ski Free: All season long kids 6 and younger and all 5th-grade students ski for free. Additionally, seniors ski for just $29. 

ScottDWSmith_y2a24144. Not Just for Skiers:  For winter adventure beyond skiing and snowboarding, check out Angel Fire Resort’s tubing hill (the Polar Coaster complete with a 700’ surface lift to take the hiking out of tubing), a traditional sledding hill, snowshoe rentals, indoor pools, and a hot tub. The Village of Angel Fire also offers horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice fishing, snowmobile tours, and dinner rides. Check out http://www.angelfirenm.com/winter/sleigh-rides/for reservations and pricing. If Christmas Shopping is more on your mind than skiing, take a stop in at Winter Sports. The ski and clothing company will be offering a heavily discounted Opening Weekend sale on ski and apparel equipment.5

5.Longer Season Expected:With forecasters predicting winter will gain additional momentum in February and March, Angel Fire Resort has extended its season for an extra week. The resort is planning to keep the ski mountain open through March 24, 2019.  The longer season offers season pass holders an additional seven days on the mountain and also ties into many southern states Spring Break calendars.

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For more details about Angel Fire trail opening updates, winter rates, and reservations go to www.angelfireresort.comor call 855-923-7387.

Snow updates and 24-hour live webcams can be accessed here:     https://www.angelfireresort.com/snow-report/

More About Angel Fire Resort

Angel Fire Resort is a top year-round mountain resort destination in New Mexico. Angel Fire Resort was named “America’s Most Affordable Ski Town” by Realtor.com and ranked a Top 25 “Best Family Ski Resort in North America” by Dream Vacation Magazine.  Situated at over 8,600′ elevation in the Southern Rocky Mountains, Angel Fire strives to offer the best value and choice for family outdoor recreation activities to its members, guests and visitors–including skiing, snowboarding, tubing, sledding, golf, mountain biking, zipline, tennis, fishing, hiking and more. For additional information on Angel Fire Resort, resort membership, or opportunities for real estate investment in Angel Fire, please call (855) 923-7387or visit the resort’s website at www.angelfireresort.com.

About Colleen Padilla

Colleen Padilla, the founder and editor of ClassyMommy.com lives in the Philly suburbs and is a full time mom for her 2 children, Mackenzie (7) and Kyle (5). Colleen and the Classy Mommy website have been featured on Fox News, Good Morning America, The New York Times, Parenting Magazine, The New York Post, local Philadelphia ABC, CBS, and NBC programs. Colleen has appeared in a TV special about Alpha Moms on South Korea’s NBC affiliate SBS. She also co-authored The Digital Mom Handbook (HarperCollins).

Comments

  1. Crete car says:

    I really like in this article that it is most beneficial to travel in groups because having your tour directed and that traveling in twos or who alone can often be expensive. I traveled on a tour bus and I much enjoyed it and the benefits of being able to learn and travel with others. This is something that needs to be taken into consideration on your next big trip.

  2. Ben Davies says:

    I never imagined being able to go to New Mexico and skate, because I had to be in the hospital during the Christmas holiday last year, its make me sad … good article by the way

  3. Hey

    Need money, but have forgotten it in the future. If you now some guy to pay me for taking him to the future, tell me.

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  5. Flights says:

    Traveling with friends, family, and loved ones can be great, but the benefits of social travel are very different from the benefits of traveling alone. With the right mindset, you’ll see how traveling alone is not only an incredible life experience- it’s often a necessary life experience.

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  7. Taxi Prices says:

    I need to go back in time too. The guy I wanted to study Eastern vocal music with died over four years ago, and God is not answering my emails demanding that he be sent back temporarily. Right now, I am studying comparisons and contrasts between ordinary and non-ordinary reality to see if any info on time travel can be gleaned from this.

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