Red River Resort Reviews

Reviews for Red River

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Ryan
First time to ski this place. Wanted to try it. No waits. Many different runs. Lots of snow. Plenty of signs for runs so you knew where to go. Smaller place so less crowds. Easier to get around. Will definitely be back here. Easy kiosk to get lift tickets... Full Review
1 month ago
Lauren
Great size mountain for a family with kids of different ages and abilities. Got a good snow early in the week that made for great conditions. Had a wonderful visit and will definitely be back! ... Full Review
Low lift lines and family frie...
Not much of the mountain open....
1 year ago
Mark Myers
My mother-in-law had a cabin here for years. We did more cross-country skiing, but did do some downhill. The mountain would be a good one to learn on, but a more experienced skier will soon be bored. Unfortunately spring skiing is hit-or-miss because of the lower elevation. The town itself is really boring, just a few restaurants, none of which are very good, and no apres ski scene to speak of. Taos Ski Valley is better in every way.... Full Review
Not crowded, inexpensive, comp...
Unchallenging, boring town
3 years ago
Diane undefined
Love Red River we go every year! ... Full Review
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4 years ago
Annette Bragg
Love this mountain as it’s great for any skier. ... Full Review
Easy access for everyone
5 years ago
Take my grand kids there. They love it. Fifty year skier, passing it on to my twenty three grand kids. Our second home. dale hall... Full Review
5 years ago
anonymous_d_1181843
This is a great little ski resort, and the town has everything you want. You have to understand this is not a large resort like Winter Park. It is much smaller. But the trade off is a lot less people. While the town is full and vibrant during the peak season, there are never long lift lines. But the town has great shops, friendly people, and a great selection of restaurants. The mountain does not have a lot of exceptional terrain, but it has a variety of blue and green runs for all levels of skiers to enjoy. Give it a try, you will not be disappointed. By the way, I recommend going to Colorado for spring break skiing. It is usually pretty warm in New Mexico at that time and the snow can be sparse and/or slushy at that time.... Full Review
Never crowded, Great town, Gre...
Spring time Sking is too warm ...
5 years ago
Michael
We've been skiing Taos, Purgatory, Angel Fire and Ski Apache for the last ten+ years. Mostly at Taos and Purgatory, only trying the others once. Red River is a nice mountain when they have snow. Not much snow at Spring Break this year. I don't know about other years. Spring Break can be funny, weather wise. We've been in blizzards and deserts, this year at Red River a desert. We skied three days. It got pretty slushy early. Some runs should have been closed but were not. Lots of exposed grass, stumps and...well, no snow. They do a pretty good job of bringing the mountain back up to speed by morning, but this spring break just didn't have enough snow for me. Coming down the top lift by 11:00 had big mixture of slush. I'm sure it's great when there is snow, I did see lots of people enjoying themselves. We left early our last day. ... Full Review
Easy for beginners
Smaller mountain
6 years ago
David Milford
This is a great little ski mountain when they have snow (middle of winter, early spring) I have only been here once, mainly since I am an expert skier and usually end up at nearby Taos, the mecca of steep. But, I was glad I came because Red River has some great medium-steep runs too. I consider it best for beginner and advanced skiers. The beginner area at the base is fairly large, and there is another whole beginner area up at the top of the mountain! It is a little unusual the way they have it split up into little areas each served by its own short lift, but that makes it great for families with children. Your children would have to try really hard to get lost on this mountain! This is one of the few ski areas in NM with a town right at the base, ski-in, ski-out.... Full Review
affordable, sunny, uncrowded, ...
Far from Albuquerque, short se...
7 years ago
randi young
7 years ago
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