Observing the Town of Red River rules, you can drive the ROV from our location to the trailhead for access to the following trails: Pioneer Trail Mallette Canyon Greenie Peak and Midnight Meadows (both seasonally closed May 15 – June 15 for elk calving) Cabresto Canyon and Cabresto Lake Goose Lake Trail (typically cannot reach the lake […]
Here is a suggested list of items to bring on your trip: Trail map (or purchase one from us) Water Sunblock (the sun’s radiation at this elevation is no joke!) Camera and/or binoculars (for scenery and wildlife) Fishing gear and license (bring us some dinner!) Picnic lunch and/or snacks Coolers are welcome (we can provide […]
Weather conditions in the mountains vary, and Red River summers often include afternoon precipitation. Depending on your elevation or location (shade or sun), conditions can change rapidly from sunny and warm to rain, hail, sleet, or snow. Clothing layers are your friend! To maintain comfort and safety, consider wearing or bringing these suggested items for […]
Our ROV(s) are not “street legal”, however the Town of Red River has established ordinances that allow you to drive the ROV on designated roads inside the town limits. Be sure you fully understand rules, as you are responsible for any moving violations while renting the vehicle.
We allow children age 3 and over. Participants under the age of 18 are required by NM law to wear a DOT/Snell helmet and glasses, which we provide free of charge. Parents are responsible for determining whether their child can tolerate wearing a helmet and still enjoy the adventure. All occupants are required to sign […]
Yup, riding in the mountains has risks, even without considering the weather. There are no guardrails on the mountain roads, and there’s often a steep drop-off. Red River has experienced some fatalities in the past. We believe you can safely enjoy the beauty of the mountains by following some common sense rules: No alcohol or […]