Winter Press Releases

Press Releases found in multiple publications. Links and attachments are included. Here you can read articles written about Red River and Red River Ski Area in the winter.

Improvements Almost Complete at Red River Ski Area

BY KEVIN DUKE Staff Writer RED RIVER — Ski season is almost upon us, and some the earliest skiing in the area is just over a month away at the Red River Ski Area.

Red River Ski Area Prepares for Opening Day

BY KEVIN DUKE Staff Writer RED RIVER — The snow magically appearing on the slopes, despite the fact that there hasn’t really been any, is just one of the signs that staffers at the Red River Ski Area are hard at work getting ready for opening day.

Skiing in New Mexico's Enchanted Circle - First Tracks online

Red River The 40-minute drive from Taos to Red River takes you through a rolling landscape with desert-mesa vistas to your left, the Sangre de Cristos to your right, and the village of Questa at the halfway point. The polar opposite from adobe, pueblos, and chakra therapy, Red River is an unvarnished throwback to a ski experience from the mid-80s, complete with brightly painted, retro lifts (aside from last season's new base-to-summit triple chair).

Red River Redux - Sunset Magazine

On a stroll down Main Street in Red River, New Mexico, we almost thought we'd stumbled onto an Old West movie set. Steep hills hovered close all around, covered with dark green pines and blanketed with brilliant white snow.

Red River Ski Area - The Official Best Family Ski Area - New Mexico

Red River Ski Area named the Official Best Family Ski Area in New Mexico

"Top Ten Ski Resorts in the West"

Red River Named one of the Top 10 Ski Resorts in 2010.

New Chairlift Readies at Red River Ski Area

The old Red Chair which rose from the base of Red River Resort is gone but its replacement will be good to go when the ski area opens the day before Thanksgiving, Nov. 25, 2009.

Beyond Texas' Border - Fort Worth Star Telegram

"Want to wander beyond the state lines? Consider these family friendly destinations where our neighbors welcome you with plenty of homegrown distractions."

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