Skiable area: 3850 acres
Vertical Drop: 887 m
Top elevation: 2,072 m
Base elevation: 1,185 m
Marked Runs: 119
Longest run: 7 km
- 16% Beginner
- 47% Intermediate
- 37% Expert
From lakes, valleys, hills, and mountains, North America never ran out of surprises and fun for everyone who wishes to escape from the bustling city life and be relaxed and refreshed.
Red Mountain is a ski resort in Granite, Grey, and the Red Mountains in Rossland, western Canada. Rossland was once a gold mining town in the West Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia. Red Mountain is one of North America’s oldest ski hills. Its development started with the foundation of the Red Mountain Ski Club (RMSC) during the 1900’s first decade.
Like other ski hills in British Columbia, this ski resort is notable for light, dry powder, with yearly snowfall of 750 cm (300 in). It has a variety of challenging expert terrain suited for intermediate and expert level skiers and riders.
The base elevation of the ski area is 1,185 meters above sea level and 887 meters vertical. Its three main summits, namely, Red Mountain, Granite Mountain, and Grey Mountain, are serviced by five chairlifts, a T-bar, and a magic carpet allowing access to 2,682 acres of skiable terrain on 119 runs.
It would be a worthwhile stay at Red Mountain Ski Resort with abundant snow, friendly staff, and locals. Guests keep coming back here as they fall in love with the place, food, people, and experience.
Red Mountain features some of the best powder skiing in North America. Unconstrained by overdevelopment, the resort offers ski areas with lesser crowds, fresh lines, and a rich mountain tradition.
The resort itself is unique for its 360-degree descents, magnificent off-piste, and in-resort cat-skiing. What gives Red Mountain its pride is the vast groomed runs, epic vertical, snowfall of almost 7.6m each year, and the best tree runs in British Columbia- these are just a few reasons that guests cannot resist but be in awe of this area. It’s genuinely Canada’s best-kept secret that has to be explored.
The Red Mountain’s village is slowly growing, and its nearby town Rossland is also part of the allure. Most visitors go to Rossland on their visit to Red Mountain ski resort.
For visitors wanted to b at the ski area quickly at any time of the day, there are various lodge, cabin, and condo on the mountain; however, there are only a few restaurants and bar options at night if you are staying on-mountain.
Among the highest-rated hotels in the resort is The Josie – A Noble House Hotel at 4306 Red Mountain Road, V0G 1Y0 Rossland, Canada. This hotel provides its own restaurant, bar, a shared lounge, and ski-to-door access in Rossland. Its amenities include a 24-hour front desk and room service, besides free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking is also allowed on site. All rooms come with an AC unit. It also offers ski and bike equipment rental.
Another ski-to-door- hotel loved by guests is Rams Head Inn at 4465 Red Mountain Road, V0G 1Y0 Rossland, Canada.
This hotel provides ski storage space, a shared lounge, and a garden. The hotel has family rooms with a private bathroom; all have free WiFi. Visitors enjoy a continental breakfast at Rams Head Inn; its spa and wellness facilities include a hot tub and a sauna at guests’ disposal while at the hotel. It also offers a paid airport shuttle service.
With over 20,000 acres of untracked glades and bowls to explore, Big Red Cats is one of the world’s most extensive cat ski operations. Visitors can enjoy skiing between 10-18,000 feet of vertical per day with instructions from qualified guides.
Snow Water Heli-skiing near Red is also famous. Jump in the helicopter from the peak of one of the three mountains, and ski incredible alpine bowl, steep chutes, glades, and perfectly spaced trees the exceptional champagne powder.
With your 3-4-day trip to the historic Baldface Lodge, you can enjoy the ultimate in backcountry skiing. Baldface is known among the skiing and snowboarding community being a cat-skiing mecca.
For the families looking for some adventure, Get Lost Adventure Centre offers a range of activities to shoo away boredom when staying longer at the resort. You can try fishing, join a cave tour, or take a white-water rafting adventure through the wilderness.
Red Mountain doesn’t want you to leave the area without smiles on your faces and pure joy in your hearts filled with once in a lifetime memory to treasure.