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Have Fun, Enjoy & Be Safe

  Off-Highway Vehicles Red River now allows Off-Highway Motor Vehicles (OHVs) to operate through town so you can get from your place of lodging to the trails and back. OHVs are defined as side-by-sides, Mules, Razors, etc. that have bench or regular seating. If it has saddle seating (straddle seating), such as an ATV, it is not allowed. This has been highly successful thus far. Copies of the OHV rules and routes can be obtained from the Visitor Center and from various lodges and businesses in town. Some high points are: 1. ALL drivers, regardless of age, must wear a safety helmet approved by DOT. 2. All passengers under...

Honing the Craft

  The Red River Songwriters’ Camp on June 8-10,  will give aspiring songwriters the opportunity to hone the writer’s craft with workshops and writing sessions. Get some tips from established singer/songwriters Walt Wilkins, Susan Gibson, Drew Kennedy, Kelley Mickwee, Josh Grider and Brandy Zdan. – P.S. They were here for the Red River Songwriters’ Festival last January and decided to come back when it was...

Red River Ski & Summer Area

  For over 50 years, the Red River Ski & Summer Area has made Red River the Ski Town of the Southwest, offering the finest in recreational Alpine skiing experiences for young and old alike. While winter is a great time, the ski area doesn’t shut down in summer. The RRSA gives visitors a chance to take a scenic ride to the top of the world on the main chairlift – the Triple Platinum – providing a panoramic view of Northern New Mexico that is second to none. It also provides mountain bikers with a way to get to the top, giving them access to the roads and trails...

Walk with a Ranger

  Join in for a mountaintop hike lasting up to an  hour and a half in length. National Forest Service Rangers and volunteers will point out the beautiful historic and geologic landmarks guests can see from the top of the mountain, 10,350’ in elevation. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m. – weather permitting – beginning June 9 through August 13,  you can take a special walk. Walkers will meet with the ranger on the deck of The Tip Restaurant. Guests may hike up or ride the Scenic Summer Chairlift. Everyone is welcome! They will tailor the hike to the abilities and ages of the guests who wish...

Great Day for Fishing

  In May of 2016, a retired steel worker from Albuquerque named Michael Yazzie was in Red River to spend a warm spring day doing something that he loved doing: fishing. Michael was particularly fond of the river because the spring runoff was steady but not too swift, and the water was fairly clear, not turbid (muddy) as is often the case in May. The high country snow was melting, filling the banks of the streams and the Red River. Michael tried different places on the river, covering several excellent locations, including the Red River Anglers Park on the west side of town, near the helicopter pad and the...

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