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ANGEL FIRE RESORT, NEW MEXICO IS SET TO OPEN FOR WINTER SEASON THIS FRIDAY Thursday, December 7, 2017 2:01 PM UTC 0 comments Angel Fire, New Mexico, Dec 07, 2017 -- Angel Fire Resort (www.AngelFireResort.com) is seeing a slow but steady return to winter in the Southern RockiesA couple of storms have brought just over a foot of snow in the past couple of weeks to the year-round resortThe mountain operations team has also been taking advantage of the colder temperatures throughout the past few weeks making snow in anticipation of this year’s opening, set for this Friday, December 8.  The additional natural and man-made snow will allow the resort to open Lift 1, the tubing hill with its surface lift, and the ski trail Dreamcatcher with a 14-inch baseThe Angel Fire Ski School will also be openThe resort is focusing full time on snowmaking with hopes to have the main chairlift, The Chile Express, and the mountain’s most popular green trail, Heading Home open by Friday, December 17. Not to be missed Event: World Championship Shovel Races will take place February 2-3, 2018 this yearRacers from all over the country compete by sitting on the scoop of a standard aluminum snow shovel, handle pointed downhill, and then lift their hands and feet to allow gravity to take them for a rideTop speeds are close to 70mphThe event is open to the public and registration can be done online: www.angelfireresort.com Please courtesy "Angel Fire Resort" for image use. Angel Fire Resort in New Mexico offers stunning bluebird daysThe resort opens Friday, December 8With forecasters predicting winter will gain additional momentum in February and March, Angel Fire Resort has extended its season for an extra weekThe resort is planning to keep the ski mountain open through March 25, 2018 This season the resort will open a new hike-to-access black diamond trail this winter, to be named C-4 Located in what was previously out-of-bounds territory north of the ski mountain, C-4 is a new nine-acre challenge with a 1,000-foot vertical drop for the expert skier and a must-hit on a bluebird powder dayPlease courtesy "Angel Fire Resort" for image use.   FIVE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT ANGEL FIRE RESORT THIS SEASON: Angel Fire Resort has added a more robust snowmaking system and has upgraded the electrical equipment of the resort’s famous Chile Express, a high-speed, detachable quad chairliftAdditionally, here are Five Things You Need to Know About Angel Fire Resort this winter: Later Winter Equals a Longer Season: With forecasters predicting winter will gain additional momentum in February and March, Angel Fire Resort has extended its season for an extra weekThe resort is planning to keep the ski mountain open through March 25, 2018 This offers season pass holders an additional seven days on the mountain and also ties into many southern states Spring Break calendars.Off the Beaten Path – Expanded Terrain: Angel Fire Resort will open a new hike-to-access black diamond trail this winter, to be named C-4.  Located in what was previously out-of-bounds territory north of the ski mountain, C-4 is a new nine-acre challenge with a 1,000-foot vertical drop for the expert skier and a must-hit on a bluebird powder dayFrom the top of the Southwest Flyer quad chairlift, skiers and snowboarders will need to hike for 15 minutes to reach this isolated trail, which will be opened when snow conditions allowAdditionally, skiers and snowboarders can enter the black diamond trails Nitro, Detonator, and Baa-Da-Bing via the same hike-to-access as the C-4 run, which all descend into the Back Basin. Learn to Ski/Board Under the Stars: Angel Fire Resort continues to offer New Mexico’s only nighttime skiing/terrain parkThe terrain includes 50 acres of groomed trails on the front facing side of the mountain, as well as, the Night Rider terrain park With New Mexico being designated as one of the best states to stargaze in the country, new skier and boarders can take advantage of Angel Fire’s dark skies in a Learn Under the Stars Sunset Private LessonWhether you’re arriving mid-day and can’t wait to hit the mountain or just have extra energy to burn, the Sunset Special provides a one or two-hour lesson and a lift ticket(Weekends and holidays, weather permitting.) https://www.angelfireresort.com/ski_school/sunset-special/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 tubThe Village of Angel Fire also offers horse-drawn sleigh-rides, ice fishing, snowmobile tours and dinner ridesCheck out http://www.angelfirenm.com/winter/sleigh-rides/ for reservations and pricing.Not to Be Missed Events: Do you have what it takes to win a World Championship title? That’s what many competitors are asking themselves as they begin to wax up their shovel for the 39th Annual Angel Fire Resort World Championship Shovel Races, taking place February 2-3, 2018Racers from all over the country compete by sitting on the scoop of a standard aluminum snow shovel, handle pointed downhill, and then lift their hands and feet to allow gravity to take them for a rideOne of the best deals of the winter and most eventful to attend is the 4th Annual Military Winterfest taking place February 22-25, 2018This event offers Vets and current military families deep discounts on lodging, lift tickets, and mountain activitiesHosted and organized by the National Veterans Wellness & Healing Center Angel Fire, the weekend offers skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and adaptive ski lessons for vets with disabilitiesOne of the highlights is watching the sky-diving entrance from former U.SArmy Golden Knight & double amputee, Dana BowmanFor more information and the best deals check out: https://www.inntopia.travel/ecomm/package/packagebuilder/7857842/en-us/?packageid=38274&promocode=VETS     For more details about Angel Fire trail opening updates, winter rates, and reservations go to www.angelfireresort.com or call 855-923-7387.              Snow updates and 24-hour live webcams can be accessed here:    https://www.angelfireresort.com/snow-report/     MEDIA: NEW WINTER PHOTOS CAN BE ACCESSED HEREPLEASE COURTESY “ANGEL FIRE RESORT”: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B2DaG8Er2C17RW95NU9CWXVPbDg   WINTER ACTIVITY VIDEO: https://youtu.be/1_iE5Q4FC1o   Media only:  To be added to weather update emails, additional photos or to set up a media visit to Angel Fire Resort contact Krysty Ronchetti at [email protected] or 505-821-9279.      About Angel Fire Resort                                                                                                                  Angel Fire Resort is a top year-round mountain resort destination in New MexicoAngel 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 in 2016.  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 moreFor additional information on Angel Fire Resort, resort membership, or opportunities for real estate investment in Angel Fire, please call (855) 923-7387 or visit the resort's website at www.angelfireresort.com   Attachments: A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/9d970e14-1bb5-480a-87c7-6443fe6b4dd6 Attachments: A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/f10c7c45-cba2-4bdc-8c3a-965417d9445b Attachments: A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/66bfb376-4659-43a1-b3b9-6090d94eee7d Krysty Ronchetti Angel Fire Resort 505-821-9279 [email protected] !function(t,e,n){ function a(t){var a=e.createElement("script");a.type="text/javascript" ,a.async=!0,a.src=("https:"===e.location.protocol?"https":"http")+":"+n,(t||e.body||e.head).appendChild(a)}function o(){var t=e.getElementsByTagName("script"),n=t[t.length-1];return n.parentNode} var p=o();t.spotId="sp_SjO8NU5m",t.parentElement=p,a(p)}(window.SPOTIM={},document,"//www.spot.im/launcher/bundle.js"); EconoTimes ??? 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