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Lobos Home Meet Returns

  After a hiatus in 2017, the University of New Mexico ski  team will return home to Red River in 2018 for the Lobos New Mexico Invitational set for the weekend of February 3-4. As has been the custom in the past, the Alpine (downhill) competition will be held at the Red  River  Ski &   Summer Area, while the Nordic (cross country) races will be contested at the Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Area. Under the guidance of Head Coach Fredrik Landstedt and Alpine Coach Joe Downing, skiers representing seven countries will compete during the season. The NM Invitational provides an up-close look at some of the...

We’re A Big Mountain Hug

  If you are looking for a corporate ski experience, you will be much happier looking elsewhere. Red River Ski & Summer Area is not the property of a large company who has invested in the entertainment industry. Red River is a family-owned operation and chooses to provide a warm and positive Alpine skiing experience. The Red River Ski Area opened the doors for the first time in the winter of 1959-60. Built by Stokes and Billie Bolton, the RRSA gave a major facelift to the ongoing Red River story. From the very beginning it has had the reputation for being a great place to learn to ski and...

Visit the Enchanted Forest

  Where deer and the snowshoe hare play ... As snow falls in the forest, the sound changes, becomes muted, interrupted only by the soft pat-pat-pat of snow hitting the earth, one’s own breath and the slap-slap-slap of skis or snowshoes. Some days you can see tracks from birds, ermine, squirrels, snowshoe hare, elk or deer. Some days you get to see these denizens of the forest. This is the appeal of heading to Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Area in winter. A full-service facility, Enchanted Forest offers over 30 kilometers of ski trails — groomed for classic and skate skiing — 18 kilometers of snowshoeing trails,...

Found It in Red River

  The scavenger hunt is in the grand tradition of treasure hunting in Northern New Mexico. From the time of the Spanish conquistadors, through the Anglo gold lust of the 1800s and the oil wells and uranium mining in the 1950s, the search for treasure is part of the legacy of the Land of Enchantment. You may have heard of Forrest Fenn, the Santa Fe art dealer who claimed in 2010 that he had hidden a carved wooden chest laden with gold, diamonds and rubies somewhere between Santa Fe and the Canadian border. No one has found it yet, or if so, they’re not telling! A great way to...

River Restoration Completed

  The New Mexico River Stewardship Program provides funding to restoration projects that enhance the health of rivers by addressing the root causes of poor water quality and stream habitat. Through such projects, the River Stewardship Program aims to restore (or maintain) hydrology of streams and rivers to reduce flooding downstream, while simultaneously enhancing economic benefits of healthy river systems for local communities. In Red River, there are three such projects. Phase One began in 2006. “Young’s Ranch Reach” runs through the east edge of town and was a priority due to heavy damage from flooding in the spring of 2005. Phase Two, “Red River Westside Fishing Park,” also...

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