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If you're looking for the convenience of ski-in/ski-out lodging, your WorldMark resort in Red River, New Mexico, may be just the ticket. Located at the base of the Red River Ski and Snowboard Area, your resort is just 30 feet away from the nearest ski lift and only three blocks from the ski area's main entrance. In addition to skiing, you can also partake in snowboarding, snowshoeing or snowmobiling.
While Red River (pop. 484) receives up to 188 inches of snow annually and is perfect for winter sports five months of the year, the area is also an ideal spot for other outdoor activities. Sunny 340 days a year, the resort invites you to spend the milder months hiking, biking, fishing, ATV riding or horseback riding.
Red River is a highly seasonal resort. The town is much quieter April to May and October to November and many equipment vendors and restaurants are closed.
Red River Ski Area
With 58 trails nearly equally divided into beginner, intermediate and expert runs, and with a lift capacity of 7,920 people per hour, it's no wonder this is such a popular ski area. Just 30 feet from your resort.
With more artists per capita than Paris and more non-profit cultural institutes than cities ten times its size, the artists' community of Taos—just 36 miles from your resort—is waiting to be explored.
Georgia O'Keeffe Home and Studio
The paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe (1887-1986) were inspired by the northern New Mexico landscape. The artist settled in Abiquiu, New Mexico, in 1949 and is about 100 miles away from your resort.
March: Mardi Gras in the Mountains
May: Red River Memorial Day Motorcycle Rally
June: Classic Car Show, River and Brews Blues Festival, Fine Art and Wine Festival
August: Hot Chili Days, Cool Mountain Nights
September: Aspencade Arts and Crafts Festival