Ski season begins in New Mexico

“We’re very excited,” said Greg Ralph, Angel Fire Resort’s director of marketing. “We started making snow, we recruited employees.”

Ralph told KOB 4 that the resort is preparing a “beehive” with activities on the mountain. These include skiing, snowboarding, tubing, sledding, horse-drawn sleigh rides, and snowmobiling.

Angel Fire is also stepping up its live entertainment this season.

“We’re going to have a lot more live music,” said Ralph. “We’ll have music in our restaurants in the evening. In the afternoon we will have a lot more family activities. We’re building a snow playground where kids can just build snowmen and have snowball fights and do the things kids love to do. “

The resort is also introducing a new family-friendly bar for s’mores and hot chocolate.

“So we’re trying to expand that resort experience and bring well-rounded features to everyone from two-year-olds to 70s,” said Ralph.

Angel Fire will be 100% occupied, unlike last season. Officials say guests must wear masks indoors.

“We’re going to be in compliance with all government regulations at all times, making sure everyone is safe and having a great time up here,” said Ralph.

He added that people are encouraged to buy their tickets online in advance, too. “

If skiers want to hit the slopes this week, Sipapu is already open, Red River welcomes skiers on November 24th, Taos Ski Valley opens Thanksgiving Day, and Ski Santa Fe opens on November 27th.

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