Copper King Lodge

Address: 307 E. River Street, Red River, New Mexico, 87558, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 307 E. River Street, Red River, is near Red River Ski & Snowboard Area, Bobcat Pass Snowmobile, Black Mountain Playhouse & Lodge, and Red River Nature Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Red River

      Mosquero

      A travel blog entry by cariverga on Oct 24, 2013

      5 photos

      ... 1087;рихо 76;ят прямо в дерев 85;ю и мирно пасут 89;я в парке у полиц 77;йског& #1086; участ 82;а и во ...

      Carson National Forest/Red River/ Fawn Lakes Cg

      A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Jun 04, 2013

      1 comment, 29 photos

      ... br>
      The route we took is a scenic byway the Enchanted Circle, which is the top scenic route in New Mexico. The byway starts and ends in Taos and it is about 90 miles total. We were only driving part of it today and tomorrow we will leave the byway when we reach the town of Eagle Nest.

      Heading north on route 522 you can drive to the west to see the spectacular views from the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge than drive ...

      Day 12 - Taos - New Mexico

      A travel blog entry by traceystravels on Oct 24, 2012

      3 comments, 21 photos

      ... You can definately see the Spanish influence at the Pueblo as around 75 percent of the Indian inhabitants are catholic and attend the catholic church at the Pueblo. We then went to visit another prominent Spanish church at Ranchos de Taos, the San Francisco de Asis church built in the 18th century. Returning to scoundrels, this time a Spanish one, I found a monument in the Plaza of Padre Antonio Martinez who was a catholic priest in ...

      The Earthship Has Landed

      A travel blog entry by wlkbout on Jan 17, 2012

      17 photos

      ... a little rich, but we were still interested in doing it to see what it would be like. After touring the facility we were kind of glad things worked out the way they did. Sure, it would have been "neat" to stay in one of the earthships, but there is nothing else to do there - besides look at stacks of old tires and play in the mud. It had the feeling of just being a bit of a money making operation. Not to spoil ...

      Taos (which rhymes with mouse)

      A travel blog entry by lynnandkriss on Jul 10, 2011

      5 photos

      ... drumming emanating from the sacred circle.

      KK: Native Americans gather from far and wide to drum, sing and dance around the sacred circle and they let us murderous filthy liars in our devilish white skin in for $10. Loved seeing people in traditional gear, with headdress and feathers, with designer sunglasses and I-pods. At first the drumming and the singing sound simplistic and repetitive but when a group struck up near us ...