Events Calendar

Jul 21, 2017 to Jul 23, 2017
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.

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11:00 am, weather permitting join us for Walk with a Ranger!

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 10:30 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) $19.00
Teen (13 - 19) $17.00
Senior (60+) $17.00
Junior (4 -12) $15.00

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.

Jul 22, 2017
Head to the top of our mountain via our Scenic Chairlift ride to enjoy live music featuring Martin Martinez and Aztec Gold from the deck of the Tip Restaurant! 11:00 am - 1 pm

"Music on Top" is free live music at lunch on the deck of the Tip Restaurant located at Summit Camp this week featuring Martin Martinez.  Martin is a song writer and recording artist amd a local Northern New Mexico musician entertaining since 1972. Variety is the Spice of Life! Compilations include; Classic Rock/Vinyl, Latin Rock/Spanish, Classic Country, Oldies Rock, and Cumbia.

 

You can hike or bike to Summit Camp, but if you would like a ride on the lift there is a charge.

 

The ride from Base Camp to Summit Camp takes 30 minutes so plan accordingly!  

 

Scenic Summer Chairlift Costs:  

 

Adult (18 - 59)                 $19.00

Teen (13 - 17)                  $17.00

Senior (60 and up)           $17.00

Junior ( 4 - 12)                 $15.00

Under 3 rides free

 

 

Jul 28, 2017 to Jul 30, 2017

 

 

 

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.

 

This Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11:00 am, weather permitting join us for Walk with a Ranger!

 

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 10:30 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) $19.00
Teen (13 - 19) $17.00
Senior (60+) $17.00
Junior (4 -12) $15.00

 

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.

Jul 29, 2017

 

 

 

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

 

This Saturday features Mike Addington.

 

Best described as Soulful Americana, Country Folk with a Honkey-Tonk edge; singer, songwriter, and guitarist Mike Addington began his professional career as soon as he could enter a bar. Mike picked up the guitar at the early age of 6, and never doubted his calling.

A veteran of honky-tonks, nightclubs, concert halls, and festivals, Mike has opened for many acts including Asleep at the Wheel, Leon Russell, Cross Canadian Ragweed and shared the stage with greats Joe Ely, Gary P. Nunn, Freddie Fender, Keith Sykes & Kevin Welsh (to name a few). A voice all his own and a guitar style second to none, Mike crafts songs that speak to a common thread among all of us. Observation and raw emotion are the primary tools he uses when writing.

Mike’s extensive repertoire runs the gamut from the roots of country music to the modern troubadours of today. A shirt-tail cousin of Maybelle Carter (nee: Addington), music runs through Mike’s blood. He learned to play chords by watching his Dad on guitar and Uncle Hobie on banjo. At six years old, his fingers barely reached across the neck.

Born in Illinois to West Virginian parents, Mike moved to Southern California when he was 13. His Appalatchian roots had to come to terms with the existing Califoria cool. He soon found his niche through music. Honing his skills in bars and after hour joints of Southern California, he formed bands and played with some of Los Angeles’ top sidemen for many years.

Giving up the rat race of LA, Mike moved to Red River, New Mexico in the mid 2000’s. Here he found a music scene rich in history and honest beauty that he had been longing for. Now an alumni with the likes of Ray Wylie Hubbard, Michael Martin Murphy, Michael Hearn and Don Richmond, Mike is proud to be a part of the ongoing musical heritage of Red River. This is the real deal, so sit back, listen and do enjoy. Prepare for your feet to move and your heart to melt, Mike’s a pickin’....