Terrain parks, high speed lifts, backside blacks
Lift lines can get long
I go to Angel Fire 4-8 times every year. It is a good mountain to learn to on (as I did). The mountain has a lot of groomed blue runs and a couple long greens. The blacks on the front side are short, but sweet. The backside it is the best part of the mountain. The blacks on the backside are great, hells bells is a must. Shane and Elk Glade are also great runs with some huge natural jumps built in. The terrain parks are great. Low rider park is good for just starting out and Liberation has bigger features and its own lift. Many families come to Angel Fire, much more than Taos.
Overall this is a good mountain with runs and features for skiers and boarders of all abilities.