Nestled on the mountains of Rossland, Red Mountain Resort was a known mining town of British Columbia. It is also considered as one of North America's oldest ski hills famous for its light and powdery snow with an annual average snow of 300 inches. The place is often flocked by the locals as well as foreign guests who cannot help but marvel on the beauty of resort's two main summits namely the Granite Mountain and Red Mountain. There are 4 lifts, a t-bar, and a "magic carpet" that gives access to the resort's 1,585 skiable acres with 85 named runs that offers various challenges to skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels.
Aside from the exciting winter activities, the resort also provides guests with comfortable lodging options and resort-owned service shuttles from the airport.
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Red Mountain Stats:
Top Elevation: 2,073 m
Bottom Elevation: 1,185 m
Vertical Rise: 888 m
Avg Snowfall: 762 cm
Total Trails: 88
Red Mountain Resort Lodging
Red Resort offers an impressive portfolio of luxury accommodations to meet every requirement from sytlish two bedrooms to spacious four bedroom condos, chalets and town homes, all beautifully furnished and outfitted to provide guests with the ultimate in comfort and luxury. Some units have private hot tubs and some have access to public hot tubs.
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