Opening Day: May 16, 2014 - Closing Day: October 12, 2014
2014 Operating Schedule
Open Daily From 10am - 5pm
Adult Full Day $33-$39 (date dependent)
Two Rides: Adult $20
Single Person | Three Pack: $99
Gravity Pass $259 (includes 3 days at Trestle)
Angel Fire Bike Park Overview
Check out Angel Fire Bike Park this summer and enjoy one FREE day with your MTBparks Pass!
What's new at Angel Fire Bike Park
Recently ranked #1 Bike Park in the Southwest in the MTBparks.com Best Bike Parks of North America Rider Survey, featured in decline magazine, and ranked #5 by Liftopia, the Angel Fire Bike Park is continuing it’s efforts to offer the best, most authentic trails to riders this season.
“Our bike park has been solely developed and built by a team of actual riders. The goal has always been to create the most authentic trails that riders will be excited about,” explains Hogan Koesis, bike park director, Angel Fire Resort. “The equal mix of man-made versus natural trails on our mountain is what most people who come to check us out, compliment us on. We strive to give all riders a great experience, which we’ve worked hard in the off-season to create.”
Angel Fire Bike Park, looking to cement its reputation as one of the best downhill mountain biking destinations in the Rockies, continues to grow in both size and reputation the each year. In 2014 the Angel Fire Bike Park will offer more new and improved downhill and cross-country trails for riders of all abilities, on one of the largest networks of lift-served mountain bike trails in North America.
While the Angel Fire Bike Park has solidified its reputation with expert riders by hosting a series of races and events, including the 2013 Red Bull Dreamline event last August, the park’s goal this season is to engage more beginners and intermediates to the sport. Course designs will include carving out smoother flowing beginner and intermediate trails this summer, including the new Easy Street trail. The park will also expand its current black jump trail, Hungry Hippo and will add in a new blue trail, Devinci’s Code, sponsored by Devinci Bicycles.
These additions will now offer riders, of all abilities, over 60 miles of new and enhanced trails. During the off season, the Bike Park operations team have worked aggressively to create and improve the mountain cross country and downhill trails to appeal to both the experienced rider, as well as those new to the sport.
Whether it’s cruising down one of the new XC trails or taking on one of the technical root sections, drops or jumps, riders can try something new on every decent. At an altitude of 10,650 feet riders will find over 2,000' of sweet berms, flowy lines and monster jumps all in one great place.
2014 Angel Fire Bike Park Mountain Bike Event Highlights
OPENING WEEKEND BASH AND BETI AllRIDE CLINIC - MAY 16 - 18
Join us for an early start to the 2014 bike season, as well as, a series of clinics from renowned Beti AllRide Series.
OSO HIGH MOUNTAIN BIKE RACE - JUNE 7 - 8
Come out and race an Oso High Omnium Cross Country; consisting of a standard XC, Hill Climb and Short Track XC.
NEW MEXICO ENDURO CUP - JUNE 7
Angel Fire is proud to announce one of the Nation’s most unique and largest Enduro races, the New Mexico Enduro Cup, sponsored by Mountain Top Cycling. Enduro is all about combining cross-country athleticism with downhill technique, with one day out of bounds and one day in bounds, this event should be at the top of bucket list for any mountain biker. Negotiating timed stages, mountain bikers will race their way through an action packed weekend and a plethora of courses to be crowned Enduro champion.
USA CYCLING GRAVITY MOUNTAIN BIKE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS - JUNE 20 - 22
Angel Fire Bike Park hosts the USA Cycling Gravity Mountain Bike National Championships. Events will include Downhill and Dual Slalom racing along with festivities in between.
ANGEL FIRE’S 2ND ANNUAL GRAVITY GAMES AND BREWFEST - AUGUST 30 - SEPTEMBER 1
Why? Because, what's not to love about Gravity and Brewfest in the same sentence? The fun continues with a whip-off and long jump, racing, a movie premiere, craft beers and prizes. Make plans to be here for this awesome event. All season pass holders will be entitled to free entry to the Gravity Games & Brewfest.
NEW MEXICO ENDURO CUP & BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL MOUNTAIN BIKING RACES - September 6 - 7
Come out and race the final stop on the New Mexico Enduro Cup, presented by Mountain Top Cycling. This action packed weekend will include multiple Enduro courses and the UNM Back to School Special Races.
CLOSING WEEKEND - October 11-12 (weather permitting)
Come out and finish off another amazing season of mountain biking with one last shredfest!
Located in northern New Mexico, not far from the southern Colorado border, Angel Fire is accessible by car or air. It's a scenic drive from most southwestern states or can be can accessed via Albuquerque Sunport International Airport.
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For 2013, Angel Fire Bike Park offers over 50 miles of downhill and cross-country mountain bike trails, plus a cool pump track located at the base of the chair lift and a new drop zone skills park area. Known for serious downhill mtb terrain, Angel Fire just completed an extensive expansion plan during the past few years, which included an assortment of new trails. The bike park's primary focus was on building more sweet berms, smooth flowy sections, technical gnar, and tons of jumps. Angel Fire Bike Park now caters to every level of rider, offering everthing from beginner rolls to monster hucks and tons of features for the most advanced downhill riders.
This trail is the epitome of fun for all. Even though it’s a green it offers something for all. With twists and turns and rollers that you can jump, this trail is the ultimate definition of flow. This trail is as fast as you can make it, but an easy cruiser for most.
This trail is an easy cruiser. Mostly comprised of double track, it offers the easiest way down the mountain. There is undoubtedly the occasional berm and roller to experience what bike parks are all about, but plainly speaking, this is the trail that you take someone on their very first mountain bike ride. With minimum consequence, this trail is the definition of an easy cruiser.
This trail starts out with a fairly aggressive rock-garden and blends nicely into a couple of bridges and some nice chutes. After that, it begins to wind into some slightly steep and fast single-track that is fast paced and jam packed with speed. This trail is perfect for someone who loves to ride fast and have obstacles thrown at them from every angle.
Well with a name like this it better be a mountain biker’s paradise, right? Wooden dirt-jumps, elevated log rides, 40+ feet jumps and a hip that is over 18 feet tall. Doesn’t that sound awesome? Of course it does, that’s why it’s called Candy Land. So come on out and enjoy, but be careful, the jumps are huge!
Very similar to Upper Boogie except a little flatter. This track is good chainless because it teaches you how to maintain your momentum. This track does have a few drops and jumps, but primarily focuses on conserving momentum. Extremely rock and rough, this trail also demands that you ride on your A game.
Our crown jewel of a black trail. Monster jumps, wicked berms, super steep chutes and rock gardens that will definitely catch you by surprise. This trail is supreme because it has every possible kind of trail feature known to man. Ride it, you wont’ be disappointed.
Hold on because it’s going to be a bumpy ride! The most demanding downhill track in North America, Period! Steep, technical and extremely rocky and rooty. This track demands the upmost attention of even seasoned riders. If you like it rough, than this is the track for you.
This track was originally created to host the 2005 UCI World Cup. Here’s your chance, ride as fast as humanly possible to see how you compare to the legends such as Greg Minnar, Kris Kovarik, Mick Hannah and of course, Steve Pete.
Have you ever been sitting in your back yard on a Sunday afternoon with a nice cold glass of Lemonade? Ah, how refreshing. It’s perfect crisp taste, quenching your thirst with every sip. Lemonade is a perfect blend of single-track and high speed blasters that will make you coming back for more. When you get a wild hair up your sleeve, go explore, you certainly won’t be disappointed, this is a super fun trail.
Do you want berms? Do you want jumps? Do you want drops? Do you want all of these on the same trail? Well, you have it! This trail is super fun. You drop in and immediately start your pinball experience. Riding from berm to berm with the occasional jump and an optional drop, you will be grinning from ear to ear. This trail is the perfect way to finish off your downhill adventure.
This trail has the best windy single-track in the entire world. Designed by an underground trail-ninja, this trail will blow you away. With awesome views and controlled elevation loss and gain, you will be surfing contour lines for over 4 miles. Undoubtedly the mountains crown jewel.
Angel Fire, NM – Angel Fire Bike Park is the place to be this Labor Day Weekend when the mountain hosts the second annual Gravity Games & Brewfest. Yep, two of your favorite things wrapped up into one kick-ass weekend. Festivities include a whip-off and longjump competition, downhill racing, a free movie showing, a run for the world’s longest Boulder Dash train, and lots of tasty craft brew sampling. This may be just what you're looking for if you're still trying to decide what to do this weekend.
Angel Fire, NM – Grab your POV camera, head for the trails and start filming your best edit. The crew at Angel Fire Bike Park wants to know why you should win a 2015 Angel Fire Bike Park Gravity Pass next summer. The submission process is simple. Head to Angel Fire, create an edit, post it to YouTube and you're on your way to fame an possibly a free pass.
Angel Fire, NM – The country's top downhill and dual slalom riders are making the trip to Angel Fire Bike Park in New Mexico for the 2014 USA Cycling Gravity MTB National Championships this weekend. Each pro race is featuring an equal prize purse of $1,000 that pays five deep. This early season running means that winners get the chance to rock the Stars-and-Stripes for most of the summer!
ANGEL FIRE, NM – There’s a slight chill in the mid-May air and my lungs burn as I struggle to catch my breath at the top of Angel’s Plunge. It’s one of the newest trails on the mountain, and also one of the only ones requiring a bit of uphill effort once unloading from the Chile Express. The rocky doubletrack isn’t a very long climb, but at nearly 11,000 feet above sea level, the pounding echoing in my full-face begs to differ.
Angel Fire Bike Park, NM – I have been counting down the days until the DH season opener all winter, and it almost didn't happen. Angel Fire was poised to open Friday May 16th, but the 14 inches of snow they received on Tuesday almost closed it down. With a solid trail crew, and a good turn out of gravity patrons, the park opened on time with only a few upper trails closed.
Angel Fire, NM – When Angel Fire Bike Park was crowned the Best Bike Park in the Southwest from the 2013 Rider Choice Awards, its team made a pledge to make sure the park would be in tip top riding shape when the lift starts spinning on May 17th and they are taking that pledge seriously! The trail crew began to get things rolling towards the end of April when everyone arrived in full stoke, and 100% fired up to start getting the goods ready to share with you this summer despite some challenging weather...
Angel Fire, NM – Angel Fire Bike Park opens for the 2014 season on May 17 and the crew has been working hard to get things ready for summer. Along with a host of races, festivals and events planned for the summer, the resort recently released a sneak peek at what to expect this season. Look no further than MTBparks.com for the full run-down on everything that's happening at Angel Fire, the Best Bike Park in the Southwest.
Angel Fire, NM – Still looking for something to do this Labor Day Weekend? Come join in the fun at one of the top mountain biking destinations in North America at Angel Fire Bike Park for their first annual Gravity Games & Brewfest.
Angel Fire, NM — Want to knock the dust off your DH rig? Or maybe you just want to try out your new steed for the season? Summer is right around the corner and your buddies want take the first road trip of the season, what better place to clear your head than the new and improved Angel Fire Bike Park.
Angel Fire, NM – The Red Bull Final Descent Series wraps up at Angel Fire Bike Park once again this year on September 29, 2012. The 3rd annual Red Bull Final Descent series, a mountain biking challenge that pushes riders to the brink and back, over some of the most technically challenging terrain in North America, returns in 2012 with more riders, more competition, and more mountain.
Angel Fire, NM — As the 2012 mountain bike season begins to get underway, plans are starting to unfold for further expansion at Angel Fire Bike Park in Northern New Mexico. In April, they announced plans to add another 20 miles of trails this summer.
Angel Fire, NM — The location for the USA Cycling Mountain Bike Gravity National Championships in 2013 and 2014 is the Angel Fire Bike Park in Angel Fire, N.M., USA Cycling announced. The exact dates of the 2013 and 2014 events will be announced at a later date.
Angel Fire, NM — Mountain bikers put to the test with nonstop 12-hour downhill ride. Red Bull Final Descent makes its last stop at Angel Fire Resort. It was a frosty morning packed with snow as riders came out to take on the mountain at the last stop of Red Bull Final Descent at Angel Fire Resort. The event brought out 127 dedicated riders participating in categories including expert, pro, team, male and female.
Angel Fire, NM — The Red Bull Final Descent will begin with a mass start at the top of the lift at 9:00 a.m. The course closes at 8:45pm sharp, and all riders on the mountain at that time will be allowed to score their final lap.
If two riders are on similar total laps, the first to cross the finish on their final lap will be the winner.
WHO: Solo, Duo and Team riders, competing in Pro & Expert divisions, will push the limits in this 12-hour MTB downhill challenge. Riders can enter one event or ride all three stops in the series.
WHAT: The 2nd annual Red Bull Final Descent series, a mountain biking challenge that pushes riders to the brink and back over some of the most technically challenging terrain in North America, returns this year with more riders, more competition, and more mountain.
Angel Fire, NM – July 23, 2011 – Angel Fire Bike Park Presents the 2nd Annual Freeride Festival, Friday August 19th, Saturday August 20th ,and Sunday August 21st. To participate in Freeride Festival activities you must show a valid full-day bike park ticket or a 2011 Gravity Pass.Participants must register, sign event waiver and get a wristband at Freeride Festival Booth located outside the Ticket Office.
Angel Fire, NM – Angel Fire Resort is hosting the 2nd annual Freeride Festival August 19 – 21, 2011. The event will offer live music, beer and a chance to mountain bike the area in a non-competitive, fun, festival environment. The weekend will include open rides, equipment demonstrations, skills training sessions and several competitions. The three-day event will also include family friendly races, contests and a Little Tikes Terrain Park.
Angel Fire, NM - USA Cycling is pleased to announce a two-year agreement with New Mexico's Angel Fire Resort to host the 2011 and 2012 Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships.
After unanticipated difficulties forced the original venue to step down as the event's host this spring, Angel Fire agreed to step in and offer up its world-class bike park for the three days of national championship racing.
Both the 2011 and 2012 events will be held on their originally scheduled weekends of October 28-30, 2011 and October 26-28, 2012.
If you like groomed jump trails or natural gnar you will find it here. The only down side is the loading system for the bikes. It's one and on some chairs two bikes at a time. The btrail crew actually listens to all input from riders. They are constantly adding new trails and updating the current ones. This park is a little out of the way but well worth the drive.