Angel Fire Resort is reporting more than three feet of natural snow and five trails, three chairlifts, two moving carpets, and the two-lane Polar Coaster Tubing Hill will be open. “We’ve been working around the clock to get our mountain ready for the winter season. Along with snowmaking and grooming our ski trails, we’ve also implemented the New Mexico Department of Health guidelines to promote the health and safety of our guests and staff. While we will be operating at a limited capacity, which will require online reservations for most of our activities, we are excited to be able to offer the best in outdoor recreation and family-style lodging for our guests who are looking forward to coming to our mountains,” said Greg Ralph, marketing director of Angel fire Resort in a press release.
Face masks are required and must be worn in all public spaces at Angel Fire. Reservations are not required on less busy days but are highly encouraged. Reservations can be made online.
Guests are encouraged to arrive early on the day of their reservations. According to a press release, Angel Fire Resort plans to keep the ski mountain open through March 21, 2021.
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