Red Mountain Resort Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Rossland, BC  CA
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Red Mountain Resort Terrain

With over a half century of glading experience, Red Mountain offers some of the best tree skiing and boarding in North America. Check out the Paradise glades on Granite Mountain for exceptional beginner area's which include progressive terrain benefiting the beginner who wants to learn quickly and to tackle the bigger stuff later. Between the two conical mountains, there is over 1596 acres of skiable terrain, (which access another 4000 of backcountry) breaking down into 10% beginner, 45% intermediate/advanced and 45% expert. Red enjoys 2900 ft. of verticle, 300 inches of annual snowfall and one terrain park that will ensure that your personal preferences for snow sliding are met. Groomed, gladed, steep, or deep, we have it all. All for you.

Red Mountain Resort Snowboarding

Tarrain Parks: 1

At Red Mountain Resort, skiers and snowboarders all get along in a wonderfully harmonious environment. (with the exception of a few occasional pranks.) The only competition between us is who can pull off the gnarliest line, best trick or overall hardest shredder. Skier or boarder, Red is the place for you.

Red Mountain Resort Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 6,807 Ft / 2,075 M
Base 3,887 Ft / 1,185 M
Vertical 2,919 Ft / 890 M
Acres 2,682 Ac / 1,085 Hc
Annual Snow 300" / 762cm
Snowmaking 0%
Longest Run: 23,760 Ft / 7,242 M
Toughest Trail Link's Line - used for extreme freeski qualifiers
16%
47%
37%
Trails: 110
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Quads: 2
Triples: 2
Doubles: 1
Surface: 1
Other: 1
Capacity (per hr): 7500
Season:
From 12/14/2013 to 4/1/2014
Sunday: 9-3
Monday: 9-3
Tuesday: 9-3
Wednesday: 9-3
Thursday: 9-3
Friday: 9-3
Saturday: 9-3
Mountain
Summit 6,807 Ft / 2,075 M
Base 3,887 Ft / 1,185 M
Vertical 2,919 Ft / 890 M
Acres 2,682 Ac / 1,085 Hc
Annual Snow 300" / 762cm
Snowmaking 0%
Longest Run: 23,760 Ft / 7,242 M
Toughest Trail Link's Line - used for extreme freeski qualifiers
Terrain
16%
47%
37%
Trails: 110
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Quads: 2
Triples: 2
Doubles: 1
Surface: 1
Other: 1
Capacity (per hr): 7500
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/14/2013 to 4/1/2014
Sunday: 9-3
Monday: 9-3
Tuesday: 9-3
Wednesday: 9-3
Thursday: 9-3
Friday: 9-3
Saturday: 9-3

What's New This Season at Red Mountain Resort

- NEW Terrain Expansion on Grey Mountain - 1,000 acre expansion - lift accessed in 2013/14. Cat skiing accessed for 2012/13; $10 per ride up Grey Mountain - The North Face Canadian Open Junior Freeskiing Championships returns to Red for January 2013

Information last updated 11/09/2013.

Red Mountain Resort Terrain

With over a half century of glading experience, Red Mountain offers some of the best tree skiing and boarding in North America. Check out the Paradise glades on Granite Mountain for exceptional beginner area's which include progressive terrain benefiting the beginner who wants to learn quickly and to tackle the bigger stuff later. Between the two conical mountains, there is over 1596 acres of skiable terrain, (which access another 4000 of backcountry) breaking down into 10% beginner, 45% intermediate/advanced and 45% expert. Red enjoys 2900 ft. of verticle, 300 inches of annual snowfall and one terrain park that will ensure that your personal preferences for snow sliding are met. Groomed, gladed, steep, or deep, we have it all. All for you.

Red Mountain Resort Snowboarding

Tarrain Parks: 1

At Red Mountain Resort, skiers and snowboarders all get along in a wonderfully harmonious environment. (with the exception of a few occasional pranks.) The only competition between us is who can pull off the gnarliest line, best trick or overall hardest shredder. Skier or boarder, Red is the place for you.

Red Mountain Resort Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 6,807 Ft / 2,075 M
Base 3,887 Ft / 1,185 M
Vertical 2,919 Ft / 890 M
Acres 2,682 Ac / 1,085 Hc
Annual Snow 300" / 762cm
Snowmaking 0%
Longest Run: 23,760 Ft / 7,242 M
Toughest Trail Link's Line - used for extreme freeski qualifiers
16%
47%
37%
Trails: 110
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Quads: 2
Triples: 2
Doubles: 1
Surface: 1
Other: 1
Capacity (per hr): 7500
Season:
From 12/14/2013 to 4/1/2014
Sunday: 9-3
Monday: 9-3
Tuesday: 9-3
Wednesday: 9-3
Thursday: 9-3
Friday: 9-3
Saturday: 9-3
Mountain
Summit 6,807 Ft / 2,075 M
Base 3,887 Ft / 1,185 M
Vertical 2,919 Ft / 890 M
Acres 2,682 Ac / 1,085 Hc
Annual Snow 300" / 762cm
Snowmaking 0%
Longest Run: 23,760 Ft / 7,242 M
Toughest Trail Link's Line - used for extreme freeski qualifiers
Terrain
16%
47%
37%
Trails: 110
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Quads: 2
Triples: 2
Doubles: 1
Surface: 1
Other: 1
Capacity (per hr): 7500
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/14/2013 to 4/1/2014
Sunday: 9-3
Monday: 9-3
Tuesday: 9-3
Wednesday: 9-3
Thursday: 9-3
Friday: 9-3
Saturday: 9-3

What's New This Season at Red Mountain Resort

- NEW Terrain Expansion on Grey Mountain - 1,000 acre expansion - lift accessed in 2013/14. Cat skiing accessed for 2012/13; $10 per ride up Grey Mountain - The North Face Canadian Open Junior Freeskiing Championships returns to Red for January 2013

Information last updated 11/09/2013.