With the abundant snow, friendly staff and locals, and short lift lines, it is no wonder that Red Mountain Resort has been named one of the Top Ten Resorts of North America by Forbes Traveler. As Western Canada’s original ski resort, Red Mountain successfully blends a setting full of history, with world-class terrain and amenities. […]
With the abundant snow, friendly staff and locals, and short lift lines, it is no wonder that Red Mountain Resort has been named one of the Top Ten Resorts of North America by Forbes Traveler. As Western Canada’s original ski resort, Red Mountain successfully blends a setting full of history, with world-class terrain and amenities.
Red is easily accessible from major airports in both Canada and the United States. Red Mountain Resort is only a ten minute drive north of the Canada/US Border, a 2.5 hour drive from Spokane International Airport (Washington state) and a 3.5 hour drive from Kelowna International Airport. The regional airports of Trail – a 20 minute drive, and Castlegar – a 30 minute drive also serve the mountain.
Red truly offers something for everyone. At Red, visitors can choose from 87 runs spread across two stellar mountains that feature everything from wide open groomers to steep, powder-filled glades. With more than 1,685 skiable acres and 880 meters (2,919 feet) of vertical terrain serviced by 6 lifts, there’s a lot to explore at Red. Known for some of the best trees, steeps and powder in Canada, this hidden jewel is not to be missed, and you will soon learn why so many have fallen in love with Red.
Recently voted as Canada’s #1 outdoor town by Explore Magazine, Rossland is widely renowned for its rugged outdoor adventure and small-town warmth and hospitality. A real community, Rossland is known for its’ historical ambiance amidst a new energy of events, festivals and nightlife.
Season: December 7, 2007 to April 6, 2008
Lift Hours: 9am – 4pm daily
Annual Snowfall: 479 cm (188 inches)
Snowmaking: 40% coverage
Vertical Drop: 1,200 m (4,000 ft) – One of the highest in North America
Base Elevation: 1,200 m (3,800 ft)
Top Elevation: 2,400 m (7,800 ft)
Skiable Acreage: 1,157 hectares (2,847 acres) Patrolled Acres
Trails: 120+ trails, Bowls, Extreme Zone, Showzone Terrain Parks & Half Pipe
Longest Run : 5.5km Never Never Land (Taynton Bowl)
Difficulty: Novice Intermediate Advanced
Number of Lifts: 9 Lifts – 1 Village Gondola, 2 High-speed Quads, 1 Quad, 1 Triple, 1 Double, and 2 Surface lifts
Lift Capacity: 8,500 skiers per hour
Night Skiing: Yes.
Cross-Country: Yes, the Beckie Scott Nordic Centre offers 17 kms of groomed cross-country trails.
Terrain Park: Yes. Powder Trail (off the Mile 1 Quad) is a one-kilometre long terrain park. You’ll find tabletops, kickers, spines, rails and fun boxes.
Halfpipe: Yes. Panorama’s FIS regulation halfpipe is in the Showzone Terrain Park, which also offers night skiing and riding on selected dates through the season.
Av Winter Temp -5 deg C (25 deg F)
Slalom Creek is all about slopeside living, and you will see it for yourself this winter. These beautiful, newly constructed condos offer slopeside living with ski in/ski out access to the lifts and runs at Red Mountain Resort. These condos are exquisitely finished with fir panels, ceramic tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms, and hardwood flooring throughout. Amenities include fully equipped gourmet kitchens with gas range and microwave oven, island with breakfast bar, gas fireplace, entertainment centre, washer and dryer, underground parking and access to ski lockers.
CHOOZE FROM DELUXE 1 OR 2 BEDROOM CONDOS.