Red Mountain Ski Resort

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Overview

RED Mountain is the last great, unspoiled resort. Located in Rossland, BC, along the famous "Powder Highway," RED delivers 4,200 acres of pristine skiing unfettered by overdevelopment. For 2013-14, the resort added nearly 1,000 acres of mostly-intermediate terrain on Grey Mountain, an entirely new peak. With 300"/7.6m of annual snowfall, wide-open groomed runs, epic vertical (2,919ft/890m), in-bounds cat-skiing, 360 degree descents off select peaks, a rich tradition, and the best tree runs in BC, it's no wonder The NY Times voted RED Mountain their #8 "Best Place in the World to Visit in 2013." RED's other recent accolades include #1 in Powder's "Ski Town Throwdown," and "Most Underrated Resort" by Skiing.

There are three lodges with 60 rooms on-site; additional 12 lodges with 200 rooms within eight miles and luxury slopeside condo's at the base of Red Resort

Inside Scoop

A shuttle service (set schedule) will take you to and from Rossland (5 min. away from Red Resort). Ski rental, repair, lessons, rental lockers and childcare available. You will find a terrain park, beginner area with carpet, the Red Express, a 15-passenger shuttle service to/from the Spokane Airport, lounge, boutique, cafeteria in the base area and Paradise lodge found at the top of Granite mountain.

Plan Your Trip

Red Mountain Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

65"
41"
28"
14"
0"
5"
Nov
37"
Dec
54"
Jan
43"
Feb
30"
Mar
2"
Apr
0"
May

Terrain Overview

17%
Beginners Runs
34%
Intermediate Runs
23%
Advanced Runs
26%
Expert Runs
119
Runs in Total
4.3 mi
Longest Run
3850 ac
Skiable Terrain

Total Lifts: 8

2
Quad Chairs
3
Triple Chairs
1
Double Chairs
2
Surface Lifts

Elevation

6808'
Summit
2920'
Vertical Drop
3888'
Base

Important Dates

December 10, 20222022/12/10
Projected Opening
April 02, 20232023/04/02
Projected Closing
116
Projected Days Open
N.A.
Days Open Last Year
75
Years Open
300"
Average Snowfall
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