Events Calendar

Jun 26, 2015 to Jun 28, 2015
Join us 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 our mountain, 10,350 in elevation.

Join us 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 our mountain, 10,350 in elevation.

Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11:00 am, weather permitting, beginning June 19, 2015 through August 15, 2015.

Walkers will meet with the ranger on the deck of the Tip Restaurant. Guests may hike up or ride the Scenic Summer Chair Lift. Those riding the chair lift will need to leave from the base by 9:30 am. Everyone is welcome! We will tailor the hike to the abilities and ages of the guest who wish to join us. All ages will enjoy learning about the exciting history of the mountain and the communities that surround it. Rangers will teach guests about our rich environmental diversity and the animals that share the mountain with us.

The cost of the Scenic Summer Chairlift Ride is:
Adult (20 - 59) $17.00
Teen (13 - 19) $15.00
Senior (60+) $15.00
Junior (4 -12) $13.00

Please bring plenty of water and sunscreen! (If you forget, both are available at the Tip) We recommend a hat, jacket or rain gear and closed toed, comfortable shoes. Guests will be hiking on rocky, uneven ground and mountain weather can move in very quickly.

Join us, meet some fun new friends, learn some fun new facts and take in amazing vistas.

Jun 27, 2015

Head to the top of our mountain via our Scenic Chairlift rides to enjoy live music from the deck of the Tip Restaurant! Michael Smith will be playing from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm.

Ry Taylor has been playing music for family and friends since he was 10 years old, a gift from his father, well-known northern New Mexico singer Rod Taylor. Today he continues to play for the public, composing his own songs as well as offering the well-known songs of his generation.
Born and raised around Cimarron, Ry has called Red River his home for the past three years and he celebrates the local music scene.
“I was living and working in Angel Fire, but that sort of dissolved,” he says, with a woeful shake of the head. “They weren’t interested in music anymore. Here in Red River, the town brings it on and welcomes the public to enjoy.”
In addition to being a frequent performer for the après-ski and Torchlight Parade festivities at the Lift House Bar and Grill, he plays some at The Tip, Black Diamond Grill and other local music venues in summer. Ry has also been a member of the Highway 38 Houndogs in the past and plays at times with those members too.

During Summer months, he works around Cimarron and the Boy Scout Ranch as well and is a regular visitor to the music scene in Boulder, CO.Ry Taylor has been playing music for family and friends since he was 10 years old, a gift from his father, well-known northern New Mexico singer Rod Taylor. Today he continues to play for the public, composing his own songs as well as offering the well-known songs of his generation.
Born and raised around Cimarron, Ry has called Red River his home for the past three years and he celebrates the local music scene.