Red Mountain ResortRossland, British Columbia

Resort Trails

Trails

110

Resort Trails

Lifts

7

Resort Trails

Parks

1

Resort Trails

Bars

3

Resort Trails

Restaurants

3

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Trail Map

Red Mountain Resort Trail Map

Contact Information

Address:

4300 Red Mountain Road
Rossland, British Columbia
V0G 1Y0

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Resort Description

Red Mountain Resort is one of Canada's most historic ski areas, and still a gem of interior B.C. With a ski tradition dating back to the 1930s, Red has held onto it’s down-home charm even while expanding and renovating the base area. The ski area now features deluxe base-area lodging and a new conference center in the base lodge. However, as is the way around Red, the famous Rafters Bar was preserved and the ski area still skis like, well, a ski area rather than an over-developed resort.

With 300 inches of annual snow over more than 1600 lift-serviced acres, Red offers steeps, open trees, powder meadows and a few groomers on 360-degrees of exposure, so you’ll be able to find good snow regardless of the time of year. In addition, Red announced in 2012 a 1,000-acre expansion onto adjacent Grey Mountain, with a lift scheduled to go in for the 2013 season.

Still, one of the prime allures to Red is the backcountry access. The resort operates on 4,000 acres, some of which, including Mount Roberts, is left as touring-accessed, uncontrolled backcountry. The resort has a long tradition of allowing skiers to ski where they want, and was a model for Lower 48 resorts that began to open access gates in the 90s.

The town of Rossland, a former mining and logging community, has kept its feel as an authentic Western North America town. Locals are vocal and passionate, and above all friendly. The town has retained an authentic feel lost in many ski towns.

Lift Tickets & Operations

Adult Lift:

$72.00

Child Lift:

$30.00

Senior Lift:

$42.00

Season Pass Adult:

$968.00

Season Pass Child:

$485.00

Season Pass Senior:

$630.00

Open Date:

December

Close Date:

April

Hours of Operation:

8:30am - 3pm

Mountain Specs

Skiable Area:

4 acres

Base Elevation:

3,887 feet

Summit Elevation:

6,807 feet

Vertical Elevation:

2,919 feet

Average Snowfall:

295 inches

Longest Run:

23,760 feet

Snowmaking:

0%

Snowboarding:

Permitted

Ski Lifts

Number of Lifts:

7

Uphill Capacity:

7,500

Uphill Capacity:

1 Magic Carpet
1 Surface Lift
1 Double Chair
3 Triple Chairs
1 Fixed Quad

Ski Trails

Number of Trails:

110

Easiest:

16%

More Difficult:

47%

Most Difficult:

37%

Terrain Parks:

1

Half Pipes:

0

Resort Trail Map: