Posted on March 01, 2016
We're nearing the end of a fantastic season in Red River, but it's not over yet. Far from it! March is one of our busiest months due to many Spring Breakers that prefer hitting the slopes to laying on a sandy beach. We're hoping for some last minute El Nino storms to bring us some powder, but even it if it's snowing we'll be celebrating the warmer weather coming our way with beach parties throughout the month and ending with our annual end of season Pond Skim event. So dawn your bikini if you dare (it's encouraged), but the best part is you don't have to.Spring Break Beach Weeks 2016
Don't forget your sunscreen! Red River Ski & Summer Area host beach weeks every year where skiers trade in their winter-wear for tank tops, hula skirts and even their bathing suits. Events all week include parades, live music, tubing, beach parties, and more. redriverskiarea.comSpring Break Torchlight Parade & Fireworks
Wednesday, March 9 @ 7 pm
The largest torchlight parade and fireworks display of the year.Kids Glow Stick Parade & Fireworks
Friday, March 11
A kid's version of the traditional torchlight parade. Fun for the whole family includes free hot dogs, glow stick show and fireworks. More info here.We Be Jammin' Sundown Rail Jam
Saturday, March 12 @ 5:30 pm
Catch this rail jam where locals show off tricks and stunts prior to the Torchlight Parade. Torchlight Parade & Fireworks
Saturday, March 12 @ 7 pmRyan Hutchens
Thursday, March 17 @ 8:30 p.m.
Bull O' The Woods SaloonTorchlight Parade & Fireworks
Saturday, March 19 @ 8 pmRed River Ski Area Pond Skim
Sunday, March 20 @ 3 pm
Dare to cross the frigid makeshift pond at the base of the mountain, but be sure to do it creatively. Costumes and silly accessories are encouraged. This exciting event marks the end of the season in Red River. Fabulous prizes will be awarded for Best Splash, Best Costume, Best Run, and Best Team Effort.