Black Mountain Lodge

Address: 305 Pioneer Road, Red River, New Mexico, 87558, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 305 Pioneer Road, Red River, is near Red River Ski & Snowboard Area, Black Mountain Playhouse & Lodge, Bobcat Pass Snowmobile, and Red River Nature Trail.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Black Mountain Lodge Red River

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    Travel Blogs from Red River

    Bandelier National Monument and Los Alamos

    A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... cliffs are all sedimentary rock that falls off in sandy bits when touched. The altitude got to me – about 6700 feet elevation - and I was having trouble getting enough oxygen. So happy we took the trail “down” from the parking lot instead of “up”. Oh, we caught the free shuttle back to our car, so missed having to climb back up – that would be a killer hike up! We got a little shower from a passing black cloud ...

    Hanging Out in Taos.

    A travel blog entry by lost-in-place on Sep 10, 2014

    7 photos

    ... the Taos Pueblo perform some traditional social dance and drumming, they had fantastic costumes and have performed as far away as Japan. We capped off our evening with beer and a snack at the Taos Ale House located a paltry 200 meters from our lodgings! They had a very unusual but entertaining band performing while we were there; they were kind of like Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks with additional wacky percussion and a saw player thrown in for good measure!

    Good ...

    4 seasons in a day on epic 142.4 mile ride to Taos

    A travel blog entry by cndashton on Sep 29, 2012

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... strong in the last 40 miles. We crossed the Rio Grande and turned into a strong head wind so I tucked in behind him for a slow, gruelling last 16 miles. All my senses were screaming to get off the bike because by now everything was hurting. Daylight was fading as we reached Taos. For the last 2 miles I was crying on the bike from a mixture of exhaustion and relief that we'd both made it through an epic day.
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    She hid my glasses

    A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Oct 03, 2011

    9 comments, 11 photos

    ... on the book for my parents anniversary. Lunch was humus, crackers, cheese, and salami served on paper plates in a perfect picnic setting, what more can man ask for. We are so blessed.

    At the end of the day we had to return the waders and we drove back in to Red River. This was also our first opportunity to get internet access in two days. We had dinner at Red Texas, which is definitely not one of my favorites, ...

    Canyon's First Dip into Hot Springs

    A travel blog entry by mexidane on Aug 08, 2011

    10 photos

    ... It was a fairly easy 15 minute walk down to the water and there were a few different pools to soak in. Canyon and I got in the not so hot water but Dane refused to join us and instead just stared at the naked guy in the pool with us. The water felt great on the body after the long hike to the top of Wheeler Peak with ...