Balloons Over Angel Fire

Watch a field of hot-air balloons at sunrise as they gracefully float up into the cool morning air of the Moreno Valley. Balloons Over Angel Fire is one of the few high-mountain hot-air balloon events in the country. Learn how the balloons work, talk to the pilots, take lots of pictures and spend Father's Day weekend enjoying the laid-back pace of Angel Fire.

Event Information

Father's Day Weekend June 19-21, 2020


Our Propane Provider for Balloons Over Angel Fire is Northern New Mexico Gas Company, delivering propane services to Northern New Mexico since 1942. Leading the industry in residential and commercial propane systems, Northern New Mexico Gas Company has licensed propane professionals and service specialists committed to customer service. Visit their office in Angel Fire, Raton, Taos or Las Vegas to learn more about the products and services they provide or visit Northern New Mexico Gas Company.

Resort Properties of Angel Fire facilitates all of our lodging needs for our pilots. Offering a variety of lodging options, from cozy studios and condos to grand mountain homes, and everything in-between. the properties are spread across the Village of Angel Fire and offer easy access to skiing, hiking trails, Monte Verde Lake, Angel Fire Golf Course, Tennis Courts and Bike Park. You're sure to find your ideal location. "We strive to keep costs down with market driven pricing so you can experience the majesty of the southern Rockies without spending a fortune." Book your lodging with Resort Properties for Balloons Over Angel Fire or any other time in you vacation in Angel Fire

Laguna Vista Lodge and Historic Saloon, built in 1898, The El Monte, as it was originally called, was allegedly built with stolen railroad ties, which are still visible in some of the rooms. In 1964, the “new” hotel was built next to the original hotel for additional guests, The Laguna Vista Lodge. Hotel rooms, suites and cabins are all gathered with Eagle Nest Lake and Wheeler Peak, New Mexico’s highest peak in as a background to your comfortable stay. Located in the heart of Eagle Nest, NM. For more information and reservations, please call 575-377-6522 or visit the website at Owned and Operated by an American Veteran.

Mountain Sports of Angel Fire is open year round renting and selling everything you need to Conquer The Mountain, including; ski gear, snowboarding gear, golf, tennis, hiking, fishing, mountain biking and more. Located at the center of Angel Fire at 3375 Mountain View Blvd. Mountain Sports is family-owned and operated, focusing on excellent customer service. Open seven days a week, check out the website at or call us at 575-377-3490.

Guzman Energy is a regional full-service wholesale power provider focused on the bilateral markets of the Western United States. We currently serve communities, cooperatives and Native American Tribes in Colorado and New Mexico. Our focus and specialty are in providing market-based solutions to address our customers’ energy challenges with an emphasis on delivering reliable, clean and affordable power. Find out more at

Kit Carson Electric Cooperative, Inc. (KCEC) has approximately 23,000 electric members, 7,000 broadband customers and 3,100 propane customers serving Taos, Colfax and Rio Arriba counties in North Central New Mexico, six municipalities, two Pueblos -Taos and Picuris. KCEC currently employs 129 local residents. KCEC has approximately 2,900 miles of electric and high-speed fiber optic lines. The electric and internet network reaches 29 communities comprising roughly of 20,500 households, 3,600 businesses, and 183 critical anchor institutions, such as schools, hospitals, and government. For more information, check out the website at

Enchanted Circle Pottery is located in Taos Canyon on US Hwy 64 between Angel Fire and Taos, the studio and gallery are owned and operated by artists Kevin and JoAnne DeKeuster. The couple create a variety of functional and sculptural ceramic pieces. The functional ware is lead free, dishwasher and microwave safe. The most unique aspect of their artwork is that it is fired solely with wood. Wood firing, an ancient Japanese process, produces on of a kind iridescent colors. As the wood burns in the kiln, the ash lands on the ceramic work. The kiln reaches such intensely high temperatures that the ash is melted into the glaze. The flames surging across the pots also add interesting marks and color. You will enjoy a trip to the studio and gallery and find the couple at work, throwing pottery on the wheel, creating pieces by hand or loading and firing their unique kiln. Gallery open daily 9 AM to 5 PM.

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