Summer at Red River Ski & Summer Area

Red River Ski & Summer Area offers plenty of fun activities all summer long. 

The Tip Restaurant has burgers, soups, deli-type selections and drinks. Visitors can sit on the large deck with views of Gold Hill and the Carson National Forest. Mountain bikers and hikers can also use the top of the lift as a departure point for numerous trails in the Carson National Forest.

Scenic Chair Lift Rides are a great way to breathtaking views of: Carson National Forest, The Town of Red River, New Mexico native vegetation, and grasses and surrounding mountains. Open weekends starting May 23, and open daily June 12 through August 15. Click here for more info.

The Pioneer Flyer, the new seated zipline, will begin soaring over Pioneer Road on May 23. Experience the thrill of flying over the pond, Pioneer Road, and up to the tower on The Face! You simply must experience it over and over again! Once is just not enough! Beautiful views, great family fun, and a new experience. Of course, this adventure is weather permitting and you must be 42 inches to ride The Flyer, but other than that all you need is courage! Click here for more info.

Disc golfers can challenge themselves on a seasonal course just off the summit. The course is free to play if you hike or bike to the top. Discs are available for sale or rent at the Tip Restaurant. Click here for more info.

The Drew Judycki Memorial Disc Golf Tournament will be held September 25-27, 2015. 

Finally, Red River Ski & Summer Area has the longest summer tubing tracks in the country. The tubing lanes are made out of a hard plastic that’s fast when it’s cool outside, slower when the sun is shining. In addition to the Gold Rush Hill lanes, there are also Baby Blue tubing tracks that are aimed at kids age 4 and older. Click here for more info.

Unlimited Summer Fun Season Passes & Family Passes are now available. Click here for more info.

  • Summer Tubing (Glenn Hastings)

  • Summer Chairlift (Glenn Hastings)

  • Pioneer Flyer

  • Chairlift Ride at RRSA