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Feb 17, 2017 to Feb 20, 2017
Join us in Red River at the Red River Ski & Summer Area for President's Weekend.

 

 

President's weekend is a great time for family fun in Red River and on the slopes of Red River Ski & Summer Area.  We offer winter tubing, skiing, riding, lessons, rentals, retail, cafe, and Snow Coach Dinner Tours.

 

Saturday evening is a Rail Jam, Tourchlight Parade, and Fireworks with the best viewing from the Grill at Lift House deck.

 

 

Feb 18, 2017

 

 

Torchlight Parade & Fireworks and Rail Jam Every Saturdays 7 pm prior to daylight savings time - 8 pm after March 13, 2017 during ski season. Location: The FACE at the Red River Ski & Summer Area Head to the Lift House every Saturday night and Holidays for Torchlight Parade & Fireworks on the Face! This is a Red River MUST if you're visiting during the winter, so bundle up and get ready for the show at approximately 7:00 pm until March 13, 2017 and 8:00 pm after that due to daylight savings time. Prior to the torchlight parade, check out the Saturday Night Rail Jams. Skiers and snowboarders show off the latest tricks and stunts. Everyone is invited to participate in this freestyle show, and this is something your kids will definitely want to see. (Don't worry if you don't know what a rail jam is... just ask your teenager) For more information contact the Red River Ski & Summer Area at 575-754-2223 x 200!  Watch the Torchlight as a rider!  

Feb 23, 2017 to Feb 28, 2017
Daily celebrations on-the-snow and across town

 

Mardi Gras in the Mountains
 
 

Who has the best Mardi Gras party this side of the bayou? Red River, New Mexico! Join us February 23- 28, 2017 for parades, crawfish boils, costume balls, and beads! You'll want to be here for all of the excitement of the Krewe Krawl, the Burning of the Wild Loup-garou, the Annual Drink Making Contest, Torchlight Parade & Fireworks.

2017 Theme - Nightmare on Main Street

Make your Mardi Gras trip more memorable by joining one of Red River's krewes or signing up to be in the parade. 
Contact the Chamber of Commerce for more information: (575) 754-2366.  E-mail: evan@redriverchamber.org

Join the 2017 King Rex,for Mardi Gras in the Mountains!

 

Schedule

Feb 24, 2017

 

 

 

Join the Carson National Forest Service Snow Ranger at the Tip Restaurant at 1:30 pm at the top of the Platinum or Copper Lift to Tour with the Ranger every Friday except Christmas and New Years! Learn more about the Carson National Forest and enjoy skiing or riding with the Ranger! This event is Free, but you must have a lift ticket to participate. This will ONLY take place if RRSA is open to the Tip. For more information please call: Red River Ski & Summer Area 575-754-2223.

Feb 25, 2017

 

 

 

 

Torchlight Parade & Fireworks and Rail Jam Every Saturdays 7 pm prior to daylight savings time - 8 pm after March 13, 2017 during ski season. Location: The FACE at the Red River Ski & Summer Area Head to the Lift House every Saturday night and Holidays for Torchlight Parade & Fireworks on the Face! This is a Red River MUST if you're visiting during the winter, so bundle up and get ready for the show at approximately 7:00 pm until March 13, 2017 and 8:00 pm after that due to daylight savings time. Prior to the torchlight parade, check out the Saturday Night Rail Jams. Skiers and snowboarders show off the latest tricks and stunts. Everyone is invited to participate in this freestyle show, and this is something your kids will definitely want to see. (Don't worry if you don't know what a rail jam is... just ask your teenager) For more information contact the Red River Ski & Summer Area at 575-754-2223 x 200! To watch the Torchlight as a rider: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taiLpjkbmaI&feature=em-upload_owner

Feb 25, 2017
Join us for our 6th Annual USASA Slopestyle event! Adding another competition to the Southwest qualifiers. Our goal for this event is to give the Southwest competitors another opportunity to gain points to qualify on the National level. The Slopestyle course is going to be in our Hollywood Terrain Park located near Broadway Station. It will include jumps for the little guys and gals, and for the more experienced, along with a variety of boxes and rails to finish the course.

The USASA (United States of America Snowboard/Skier Association) is a grassroots organization that promotes safe, fair and fun events for snowboarders and skiers while fostering a competitive spirit.  Every year riders compete in slalom, giant slalom, slopestyle, boarder/skier cross and halfpipe events at the regional level.  Skiers can be involved in the slopestyle, skiercross and halfpipe events.  Riders accumulate points to qualify for Nationals.  The goal is to promote fun lifelong activities for snowboarders and skier of all ages.

Click here for additional information on the USASA website.

 

Our goal for this event is to give the Southwest competitors another opportunity to gain points to qualify on the National level. The Slopestyle course is going to be in our Hollywood Terrain Park located near Broadway Station. It will include two jumps with 2 lips, one for the little guys, and one for the big guys, along with a variety of boxes and rails to finish the course.