Red Mountain Resort

RED is one of the biggest ski areas in BC, offering incredibly diverse terrain with a huge 2,919 foot vertical drop (884 meters), over 300 inches (750cm) of annual snowfall, world renowned gladed tree skiing, wide-open groomed runs, terrain park and easy-to-access sidecountry. Massive terrain on Grey Mountain, RED’s 3rd peak has opened up 997 new ski-able acres to the existing 1,685.

Overview

  • 4,200 acres over 5 peaks
  • Best bet for skiers wanting steep-and-deep
  • Famous for surreal powder
  • Inbounds Cat-Skiing
  • A real character town
  • Amazing value ski-in/ski-out accommodation
  • Uninterrupted vertical

Mountain Statistics

Statistics

Top Elevation 2,075 Metres
Base Elevation 1,185 Metres
Vertical Drop 890 Metres
Skiable Terrain 2,877 Acres
Lifts 7 lifts
Runs 110
Ave Annual Snowfall 760 cms
Terrain Beginner 18%
Terrain Intermediate 31%
Terrain Advanced 23%
Terrain Expert 28%
Ski in / Ski out Yes

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Other Activities

  • Backcountry & Side Country Touring
  • Bowling
  • Cat & Heli Skiing
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Curling
  • Gold Mining Tours, Rossland Museum
  • Ice Skating
  • Natural Hot Springs
  • Night Skiing
  • Movie Nights
  • Public Skating
  • Snowshoeing
  • Trail Aquatic Centre

Getting There

Getting to Red Mountain

Red is easily accessible from major airports in both Canada and the United States.

Red Mountain is located 3 kilometers from the town of Rossland, B.C. and 6 kilometres from the U.S. Border. Rossland is a 2.5 hour drive from Spokane International Airport, and 3.5 hours from Kelowna International Airport. Daily regional flights are available from Vancouver and Calgary to Castlegar and Trail.  Rossland is a 30 minute drive from Castlegar Regional Airport and 20 minutes from Trail Regional Airport.

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