As of March 22nd, Rafters will be closed at the end of Happy Hour at 6pm for the remainder of the season. There will be no dinner service available.
$10.00 Wings (12 wings)
Starts at 4PM
$10 Tacos (3 tacos) & $16 Lucky Jugs
Starts at 4PM
FISH ‘N’ CHIP FRIDAYS
$14.95 for 1 Piece
$17.95 for 2 Piece
$3 for two Oysters
Starts at 5PM
$20 bottles of Red/White House wine
Starts at 4pm
$5.75 Caesars(+tax) Every Sunday
EVERYDAY SPECIALS 4:30-5:30PM
NO SHOWER HAPPY HOUR
Shaftebury cans $3.75
House Wine $5.25
Fried Brussel Sprouts $4.00
Truffle Fries $5.00
Double Smoked Farmers Sausage with Dijon $5.00
Grilled Halloumi $5.00
Pickle Fries with Dill Ranch $5.00
House Made Jalapeno Poppers $5.50
Japanese Fried Chicken (Karaage) $6.00
Click on any of the events below for more information
Past 2018/19 Events
Past 2017/18 Events
Saturday, February 25th make it up to Rafters Lounge for DJ Dubconscious and The Brothel Cats!
Past 2016/17 Events
Past 2015/16 Shows
Past 2014/15 Shows
Powder Magazine Ranked Rafters as The Number One Ski Area Bar in North America!
Located on the top floor of the Day Lodge. Rafters is open from 11am, dinner available Wed to Sat till 9pm. Children welcome.
Seldom has a gathering place gone through so many changes as RED’s fabled base lodge and now world famous Rafters bar has. Once a compressor building for the Black Bear Mine in the late 1800’s, the structure was moved to the base of Red Mountain in 1948 to become the lodge for the newly opened ski hill. Red Mountain was the third hill to open in all of North America.The lodge became a dormitory for visiting skiers, a locker area for club members and then manager’s quarters for the ski hill staff.
In 1974, the top floor became Rafters, the world-class ski bar. Even through a massive expansion of the base lodge two years ago, RED intentionally preserved the feel of this historic bar, keeping original heritage timbers from the turn of the 19th century in place and leaving intact the rustic feel of the original structure.
The well-worn and warm wooden floors and picnic tables add to the understated clubhouse feel, much like RED Mountain itself. This makes the experience so unique and special, similar to going to a vintage neighborhood bar. Locals and tourists alike appreciate this special bar in an era when classic watering holes get converted daily into yet another, chain-restaurant lounge.
Rafters is still chock full of the ski lore of years gone by, including a shrine to the local Old Bastards Ski Club. However this year there are some additions of new imagery from top local athletes like Dane Tudor, James Heim and Mike Hopkins, as well as images from last season’s visiting pro skiers and boarders including European X Games Snowboard Champion Mattieu Crepel, who spent several weeks at RED filming for Standard Films.
We’re expanding our programming this season with Rafters, serving dinner Wednesday through Saturday nights until 9 pm. Remember, we have a childrens’ section in the bar so mom and dad can enjoy a beer, food and still be with your family, a sound bite from the music.
Check out all the the photos from Rafters Lounge on their Facebook page.
To host an event or book Rafters as a venue for entertainment, please contact:
Director of Food, Beverage, Conference Sales & Services
Ph: 250-362-7384 Ext: 203