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Riding the High Country

  Red River is a wonderful place to enjoy riding a Mountain Bike. The area offers many trails with stunning views, abundant wild life usually hidden from motorized vehicles, crisp mountain air and meandering streams, old abandoned mines and cabins, along with the beauty of the Southern Rockies. Trails range from single track experienced rides to plush and wide mellow mountain road rides. Area trails accommodate both beginner and expert riders. Red River Ski & Summer Area The Red River Ski and Summer Area offers chair lift rides to the top of the mountain with racks available for your bike. The view is breathtaking! The trails on the back...

Take a Hike!

  The best way to experience the mountains up close and personal is hiking on one of the many beautiful trails around the Red River. There are lots of choices depending on your fitness level and hiking companions. Be sure and go prepared with water, sunscreen, rain gear, snack/lunch, hat, jacket, shelter and layers of clothing in case it turns chilly – hypothermia can be a risk at this altitude where temperatures can plummet quickly with mountain storms. Be sure and tell someone where you’re going just in case you get lost or injured and need help. Cell phones don’t always work up here. Try some of the local...

Summer Tubing at RRSA

  Back by popular demand, Summer Mountain Tubing at the Red River Ski & Summer Area will be open daily from June 12 – August 15 for your family fun and excitement. There are two tracks operating side by side on Gold Rush Hill so you can race down the 800 foot course to the base beside your family members or friends. For the younger members of the family Little Blue offers a tamer tubing experience, but still a lot of fun and for those that are just barely walking, there is a small course which is free that the parents can assist children with as they experience what...

Now That’s a Pizza!

  Located at the corner of Highway 38 (Main Street) and Copper King Trail, you would never guess that the building was once a Red River bank, complete with safe and a basement. It’s now the home of Anchovies Pizzeria, the work of Trinity West and the newest eatery in town. Offering a variety of pizzas for dine-in or carry-out, the menu will include the more common toppings, as well as specialty toppings. “I’ll have a brisket pizza: it’s brisket, pineapple, green chile, caramelized onions and barbecue sauce,“ Trinity says. “There’s a Greek pizza with olive oil, red onions, kalamata olives, a small amount of mozzarella, fresh cucumber, tomatoes,...

Snow Dough Gift Cards

  Red River Ski & Summer Area Snow Dough gift cards are available in $25, $50, and $100 denominations online. Give them to your family to get food or retail without anyone having to carry around cash. Or, give them to your friends or family as a gift to rent equipment, buy lift tickets, and have more fun while they are in Red River. These are available on line at If you would like a Gift Card with a custom amount that is not listed on line, just give us a call at Guest Services, 575-754-2223 x1, we would be happy to help! They are accepted at any...

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