January Bargain Days 2014

Red River Ski Area

Come visit us in January and save more $$!  When purchasing a 3 or more day lift ticket in January, you get 25% off! 

Bargain Day Comparison Chart
 

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Teen

Junior

Senior

Regular Season - 1 day $66 $60 $50 $50
3 or more days (per day) $59 $54 $45 $45

January Bargain Days - 3 or more days (per day)

$50 $45 $38 $38

**Please Note - January Bargain Day rates are NOW AVAILABLE through our online booking feature, you may call us to make reservations 800-331-SNOW or purchase your lift tickets at our ticket kiosks or with a ticket agent.

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Lodging Partners: 
Three Bears Lodge is located in the center of town near the river, at the base of the copper chair lift.
AT THE MAIN CHAIRLIFT (Platinum Chair), ON THE RIVER, and ON MAIN STREET. 4TH Night Free Package. Bavarian Lodge with Cabins, Condos, and Hotel Rooms (all with great views).
Complimentary breakfast, 15" pillow-tops, premium linens, in room coffee, mini-fridge, microwave, BBQ grills, 42" flatscreen with HD DirectTV.
SKI-IN/SKI-OUT and stay ON THE RIVER in the HEART OF RED RIVER!
Pet friendly, family friendly, groups welcome, non-smoking facility, free wi-fi, satellite TV, fully equipped kitchens. Meeting facility for 120+ persons. BBQ grills, outdoor firepit, daily maid service. Vehicle trailer parking on premise. On site managers. 20 units to accommodate 2 - 8 persons
Groups welcome, family oriented, non-smoking, clean rooms, pet friendly, free wi-fi, satellite TV, playground area, BBQ grills, daily maid service. Some units with fully equipped kitchens and fireplaces. Meeting facility with big screen TV.DVD.VHS. Units for 1 to 12 persons, on site managers.
Resort Realty provides guests with premier Red River vacation homes and mountain cabins as well as exceptional guest services. Deals & Discount Packages Available.
Comfort and convenience, by the river and within walking distance of shopping, restaurants and the Red River Ski Area main chairlifts. Enjoy your stay in Red River in our lodge suites or houses named for old mines in the Red River area.