Enchanted Forest Opens Early For Skiing

by Reporter / Nov 17, 2018 / 0 comments
Helena Mieras skiing Monday on the March Hare Trail. Courtesy/Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Area

Enchanted Forest Opens Early For Skiing

Red River – Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Area is open for business.

“This is the best early-season skiing we’ve had in years,” Enchanted Forest’s General Manager Mike Ritterhouse asid. “We are 100-percent open with trail depths of 4 to 10 inches after the recent storm that gave us 22 inches Nov. 11-12. Conditions range from early season with potential obstacles to excellent!”
Depending on the weather, Enchanted Forest will be open during Thanksgiving week through Sunday, Nov. 25. Weather conditions will determine what happens after that. 
For updated snow conditions, call ahead at 575.754.6112 or check EFXC.com and/or Facebook for updates.
New this year: Kids Ski Free!

To encourage families to come out and enjoy winter, Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Area is offering free trail passes for children ages 12 and under every day of the season. Additionally, with all-inclusive lesson packages (lesson, rentals and trail pass included), Enchanted Forest is a budget-friendly way for families to enjoy winter.


About Enchanted Forest

Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Area  is New Mexico's largest — and only— full-service cross country ski area. We offer a full rental shop, PSIA cross country ski lessons, ski patrol and snack bar — all at our comfy day lodge and lesson area. With 32 km of ski trails, and 18 km of snowshoe trails, we offer plenty of terrain for anyone to have fun. We also offer summer and winter on-trail camping yurt rentals. Ski or snowshoe in the winter, hike or mountain bike in the summer.
Visit efxc.com and facebook.com/enchantedxc.

Courtesy/Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Area

 

 

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