Red River Ski Area bills itself as "Ski Town of the Southwest." The whole town looks like a stage set from a favorite Western movie and - no surprise ... More
Red River Ski Area bills itself as "Ski Town of the Southwest." The whole town looks like a stage set from a favorite Western movie and - no surprise - is popular with vacationers from Texas and Oklahoma. The area has exceptionally easy access from town, with one chair rising a block off Main Street. Its terrain is mostly beginner and intermediate, but some people here avoid powder like the plague, so it can have some surprisingly good days for advanced skiers or boarders. Lots of excellent ski-stay deals for families. Toughest run: Catskinner.ActivitiesSnowboarding: Snowboarding lessons and rentals are available, and 100 percent of the mountain is open to boarders.Cross Country Profile: None withon resort, but many options in adjoining Carson National ForestLodgingSome 90 percent of lodging is located within walking distance of the slopes, and consists mostly of modest motel and hotel rooms, and a decent range of condos.Winter RecreationThis is one of the two leading centers for snowmobiling in northern New Mexico, with daily guided tours, though early season snow coverage can be spotty. Also enjoy cross country skiing at nearby Enchanted Forest (a commercial XC center), ice-fishing, and snowshoeing.
Courtyard by Marriott Santa Fe is located approximately one mile from Villa Linda Mall and five miles from the historic
area, Santa Fe Plaza, and Santa Fe Municipal Airport. Albuquerque International Sunport is 60 miles from the hotel. This ...
If you enjoy the outdoors, you will love this national forest that spans more than 1.5 million acres of mountains
and rangeland. Hike in the Pecos Wilderness area, snow ski at Ski Santa Fe or fly fish in one ...
Built in 1966, this government center is shaped like the Zia symbol, and is known as the Round House. The
four story building houses government offices and the state House and Senate chambers. From the ground floor, you can ...