Area Attractions & Entertainment
Top Things to do in and around Angel Fire
Angel Fire Resort Zipline The Angel Fire Resort Zipline Adventure Tour features 4 ziplines at the top of the mountain, high above the stunning Moreno Valley. Tours typically take two to three hours, and the ziplines vary from 700 to 1,600 feet in length. Between ziplines, you’ll walk along a well-maintained path which allows you to fully enjoy the beauty of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Zipline is only open in the Summer Months. These tours are sure to get your adrenaline pumping and create memories that will last a lifetime! Tours start between 8am-12pm. Please call 844-218-4107 for availability.
Angel Fire Resort Bike Park Angel Fire Bike Park is the largest Bike Park in the Rocky Mountains and has been voted Best in the Southwest by MTBparks.com 4 years in a row! Come experience our 2,000+ vertical feet, 60+ miles of purpose built lift-served terrain featuring the best skinnies, jump lines, manicured flow and super chunk trails the United States has to offer.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park The Vietnam Veterans Memorial sits on 30 acres of land surrounded by the beautiful Moreno Valley landscape.
Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway New Mexico has long been known as The Land of Enchantment, and it’s only fitting that this designated scenic byway be called the Enchanted Circle. Explore the 83-mile loop through mountains, valleys, mesa, and national forest…all unique to Northern New Mexico. The Enchanted Circle is centered around Wheeler Peak, the highest point in the state. For a downloadable and printable map, check out the Angel Fire Regional Map on our map page.
Enchanted Circle Pottery Located in Taos Canyon between Angel Fire and Taos. The studio and gallery are owned and operated by artists Kevin and JoAnne DeKeuster. The most unique aspect of their artwork is that it is fired solely with wood. Wood firing is an ancient Japanese process, produces one of a kind iridescent colors.
Rio Grande Gorge The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, locally known as the “Gorge Bridge” and the “High Bridge”, is a steel deck arch bridge across the Rio Grande Gorge 10 miles northwest of Taos, New Mexico, United States.
Roadrunner Tours Offering horseback riding lessons and guided tours from 1-hour to all-day. They offer horse-drawn sleigh, carriage and wagon rides and romantic wedding-day and wedding engagement carriage rides in northern New Mexico.
Black Rock Hot Springs Black Rock Hot Springs is located north of Taos, west of the town of Arroyo Hondo. Clothing optional. Black Rock is fairly well known and easy to reach, so don’t expect to be alone.
Valle Escondido Golf Course Valle Escondido, Spanish for Hidden Valley, is a northern New Mexico community nestled in the Sangre de Cristo mountains at an elevation of about 8500 feet. The community is made up of permanent and part-time residents with a variety of interests and backgrounds who share a love of this place. Valle Esc6ondido has a nine-hole course which is open to the public. The “walking-only” course is great for all levels of players. Watering is restricted to the tee boxes and the greens, leaving the fairways to rely on mother nature for water. The Clubhouse, with a full bar and a deli operation, is a welcome oasis after a round or anytime you want food, drinks and fun.
Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures Family owned and operated by the Lewis family, Bobcat Pass Wilderness Adventures is the place to go for families and adventure seekers.
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