♥ King Canopy Bed ♥ EZ Walk 2 Lift ♥ Gas Fireplace


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In a swoosh, you’ll be swishing down the slopes! Chalet-to-Ski Lift in 2 minutes by foot. This incredibly convenient downstairs condo will be a perfect spot to call home base in the heart of Angel Fire Resort. Park at your door, snuggle in your king-size canopy bed while streaming movies for a night in. Make use of the full kitchen, in-unit laundry & pull-out sofa (queen) for two extra heads in a bed. Two-person sled in your personal ski locker right outside of your door. Pet okay (fee applies).

Deck and entry - Complex has reserved parking for guests using the provided parking pass . This unit has spots right in front of and next to the unit (first come, first served).

The deck has private entry into the condo with a padlocked ski locker right outside your door.

Watch the world (and the critters) go by while sitting on the generous lighted deck where you can kick back with a small table and chairs (for 4).

There is a communal charcoal grill right outside of the unit for your masterpiece burgers (bring your own charcoal/lighter/food).

Digital smart lock means you can easily enter anytime day or night with your personal door code; no keys to keep track of or anyone to check in with.

When you enter the condo, you'll love the open concept design with an efficient and well-appointed kitchen for super easy meals! Sit at the breakfast bar for a front-row seat to the meal prep, or take your plates to the lift-top coffee table that rises to act as a dining table or remote workspace. The specialty coffee brewer makes a cup or pot of coffee. There's also a French Press, and a coffee bean grinder for the freshest cup of joe to start your day off just right! Bring your favorite coffee.

You’ll find all of the pots, pans, glassware, dishware, sharp knives, silverware, and food storage bowls you need for any meal. There is a pantry to stash your groceries, salt and pepper, cooking spray, and a small supply of trash bags, a roll of paper towels, dishwasher tablets, and both liquid dish soap and hand soap for your convenience.

The living area has a sleeper sofa (queen 4.5" Cool Gel Memory Foam mattress) that seats three and sleeps two. Tables lamps have a USB port for easy charging of your devices. The recliner is perfect for quick naps or long siestas! It is oh-so-easy to light the gas fireplace (with a touch of a button)! No firewood and prayers to start a fire! The large-screen TV is set up with DirecTV and Amazon Fire Stick so you can pick up where you left off streaming your programs using any of your personal streaming platforms. Open the shutters to the deck and watch the squirrels and birds stop by to see if there are any seeds waiting for them!

The large bedroom gives you plenty of space to spread out and move about even with the king-size bed! Soft sheets, fluffy pillows, and lightweight (but warm) comforter to sink into at the end of a great day outdoors! Reading lamps on the bed turn on at the slightest touch and feature a USB port for super convenient phone charging while you sleep. The nightstands each have a furry blanket for additional warmth or just wrapping up to watch TV.

The bathroom features a built-in heater to keep you toasty. TRESemmé® shampoo and conditioner are on tap in the shower, along with fragrant body wash; leave your bottles at home! The Speakman hotel showerhead has a shower spray setting that is just right for you! Two rolls of toilet paper mean there’s no need to rush to the store for immediate supplies. Liquid hand soap, make-up washcloths, and a blowdryer are all provided for your stay. Large bath towels, hand towels, and washcloths are provided for each guest, so it’s important to indicate how many guests are staying.

➸ We can't wait to have you stay with us!

Gde ćete spavati

Spavaća soba
1 bračni krevet (širine 180–220 cm) 
Dnevni boravak
1 sofa

Šta ovaj smeštaj nudi

Direktan pristup ski-stazi – U blizini ski-liftova
Besplatno parkiranje na prilazu objektu – 1 mesto
Kućni ljubimci su dozvoljeni
HD TV dijagonale 65 inč(a) i Amazon Prime Video, Fire TV, Netflix, Standardna kablovska
Mašina za pranje veša (Besplatno) – u smeštaju
Mašina za sušenje veša
Privatno unutrašnje dvorište ili balkon

7 noćenja na lokaciji Angel Fire

19. okt. 2022. - 26. okt. 2022.

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Angel Fire, New Mexico, Сједињене Државе

Something to do at every time of year!

Winter snow fun is just the beginning!

Angel Fire Bike Park is the largest Bike Park in the Rocky Mountains and has been voted Best in the Southwest by MTBparks.com 7 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.

Primo location! The Angel Fire Chalets are VERY close to the Chile Express Ski Lift -- we timed our walk from the front door to the ticket office right at two minutes! The walk is easy (no steep hills to traverse with equipment in tow). On your bike, you'll be there even faster.

The condo complex location is conveniently across the street from the Angel Fire Resort Lodge, where you will find a Starbucks coffee spot with light breakfast/snack options, as well as seasonal restaurants.

El Jefe is another Resort restaurant that serves up tacos and spirits both indoors and on an outdoor patio. Oh, my! You must have the hatch chile queso. Oh, YUM! Everyone sits around and relives the day on the mountain. This is a FAVORITE spot!

Other restaurants nearby are Pizza Stop and Mikuna Grill. They are about a 5-7 minute walk from the condo. Lowes grocery store is less than 10 minutes away on wheels. In the same parking lot is Angel Fired Pizza, which is a local favorite.

There are rental shops along the road to the mountain and at the Resort.

Angel Fire NM History
Sunlight and silence – mountains shrouded in the autumnal haze; such are the days of late fall and Indian summer in the Sangre de Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico. Two centuries ago, before the arrival of Europeans in the area, this was the time of year for the celebration for the Moache Utes, a nomadic people who gathered to renew their ancestral ties with the Great Spirit.

As the legend says, from these autumn celebrations during the 1780s, came the name and event called “Angel Fire.” Early on the first morning of the ceremonials, three young braves who had been on a hunting trip returned to the camp with news of a strange glow at the top of the peak named Agua Fria. The Utes were uneasy as they gazed at the mysterious tongues of red and orange flickering in the northern sky.

One of the elders broke their awed silence: “It is an omen – the fire of the gods – blessing our annual celebration.” The Utes, though still awed by this sign, accepted the explanation. From that time on, the Moreno Valley was a sacred place, and whenever the rosy glow appeared above the mountains, it was called the “fire of the gods”.

Following the trails of the mountain men who searched for the abundant beaver, Franciscan friars entered the Sangres searching for converts. These educated gentlemen of the church were quick to learn that they could most easily explain Christianity to the Indians by using old legends, substituting Christian terminology for native phrases. As a result of their influence, Agua Fria became known as “the place of the fire of the angels.”

Although the Utes rejected most of the Christian influence on their native beliefs, the legend of “Angel Fire” now bore the imprint of both the Indians and the Spanish culture. The formation of the Maxwell Land Grant, that colossus whose imprint was so strongly felt on the land, was formed in 1884, and the trappers and Spanish visitors from beyond the Sangres told of the strange lights above the mountains surrounding Agua Fria.

Kit Carson, then a resident of Cimarron and agent for the Utes, reported to his friend Lucien B. Maxwell, owner of the Grant, that he too had seen the angel fire at dawn and at dusk, particularly during the fall and winter months. He accredited the glow to sunlight striking hoar frost on the branches of the trees. Agua Fria was commonly referred to as Angel Fire Peak by early residents of both Cimarron and Taos.

The discovery of gold in Moreno Valley directed attention away from such legends as Angel Fire. The winter of 1863 found folks all over the west talking about Indians bringing pouches of gold nuggets to the soldiers at Fort Union. The stories moved east and many a coal miner in Pennsylvania and farmer in upstate New York prepared to pick up and move to the fabulous strike. Miners first reached the goldfields in April of 1864.

By 1867, Captain W. H. Moore had opened the valley’s first store. By the end of July that same year, the settlement had grown to over 400 permanent residents. The newly established village was named Elizabethtown after Moore’s first child.

Three years later, Elizabethtown had increased to 7,000, and the city was the first incorporated city in New Mexico Territory. When Colfax County was established by the New Mexico Territory Government, it named Elizabethtown as the County Seat. The city was a roaring, booming, gambling and mining town, with saloons, gunfighters, and gunfights; it also had several newspapers, a Masonic Lodge, and a telegraph station.

Although the Moreno Valley became the most productive gold mining district in New Mexico, securing $6 million in gold between 1866 and 1907, the surface ore was rapidly depleted. A tunnel was started through the mountain in an effort to locate the mother lode. The tunnel was completed, but they never found the mother lode. Water for dredging operations ran low in the valley and a multi-million dollar flume was built from Red River in an attempt to furnish water for more dredging operations. The flume leaked and was abandoned. The population dropped and Elizabethtown almost disappeared. By the mid-1930s, the town was a ghost town, and all gold mining had ceased.

The only thing that kept the valley alive was the creation of a dam near Eagle Roost Rock that had been built between 1916 and 1921. The resulting impoundment of water became known as Eagle Nest Lake. The small community of Therma located at the north shore of the lake changed its name to Eagle Nest. The town of Eagle Nest was incorporated in 1976.

The area known as Angel Fire was part of the Monte Verde Ranch. The Moreno Valley was well known in the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s for its fine fishing at Eagle Nest Lake, and fall and winter hunting. The phenomenon known as "angel fire" was seldom noticed or commented upon. In the summer of 1964, a year-round residential and sports area was developed in the area around Agua Fria Peak. Spearheaded by Mr. Roy LeBus, owner of the Monte Verde Ranch, the first nine holes of the golf course were laid out and the ski runs and trails carved out of the forest.

This was the start of Angel Fire.

Domaćin je Andrea And Brad

  1. Član od jul 2015.
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Our vacation homes are a dream come true for us; and we are thrilled to share them with you and your family. We know that you will make many fun memories each time you're at the beach; and hope you decide to spend some time at our place for your vacation getaway, whether in the mountains or at the beach!

We always welcome your feedback and seek to provide you with a five-star experience. When we do, we'd love to hear about it! When we don't, we'd love to hear all about it then, too, so we can continually make improvements.

We both grew up in Austin, still work there, and now live in the suburbs. In our spare time, we love to travel just about anywhere! We like good food, wine, and friends. We dream about working part time and playing full-time, which would be a big change from today! We love it when our dreams come true :-)

We want your dreams to come true as well, so keep on following your dreams!!


Our vacation homes are a dream come true for us; and we are thrilled to share them with you and your family. We know that you will make many fun memories each ti…

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We completely respect your privacy and leave it up to you how much contact we have during your stay. Because we do not live nearby, we do have a boots-on-the-ground co-host who does live in Angel Fire, and is reachable for any needs you have during your mountain escape.
We completely respect your privacy and leave it up to you how much contact we have during your stay. Because we do not live nearby, we do have a boots-on-the-ground co-host who doe…

Andrea And Brad je superdomaćin

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