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RED Mountain Ski Resort

About Red Mountain

Tucked away in the majestic Kootenay Powder of Western Canada, RED Mountain Resort is a historic jewel with a rich history of skiing that dates back to the gold rush era of the 1890s. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Monashee Mountain Range, RED offers expansive terrain with numerous peaks, providing 360-degree descents that spread out the crowds and cater to mixed-skill groups. As you explore the resort, you'll not only encounter world-class skiing but also immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and history of Rossland, British Columbia. The region's deep connection to skiing is evident in its storied past, where the Rossland Ski Club held the first recorded ski competitions in Canada.

Experience the thrill of adventure during the summer months in Rossland, BC, where outdoor enthusiasts can indulge in a wide range of activities. From adrenaline-pumping mountain biking on professionally maintained trails to serene hikes and trail runs leading to alpine vistas, Rossland offers something for everyone. Road biking enthusiasts can tackle challenging climbs and exhilarating descents through picturesque landscapes reminiscent of the Tour de France. Golfing aficionados can tee off at Redstone Resort, featuring stunning rocky ravines and creeks against the backdrop of the Monashee Mountains. Nancy Greene Lake offers a cool alpine swim, and fishing in the West Kootenays' pristine waters offers an exceptional angling experience for those seeking peace and quiet.

In winter, RED Mountain Resort transforms into a snowy wonderland, offering world-class skiing and snowboarding experiences for all levels. With its sprawling terrain and diverse peaks, including the newly expanded Topping Creek area, there's something for everyone. From gentle slopes for beginners to challenging runs for experts, skiers and snowboarders can carve through pristine powder and enjoy breathtaking views. The resort's rich history adds to the charm, with nods to its mining past evident throughout the slopes.

Navigating RED Mountain Resort and the surrounding area is convenient and hassle-free, thanks to the resort's efficient transportation options. The free RED to Rossland Ski Bus provides seamless connectivity between the resort and downtown Rossland, allowing guests to explore the town's charming restaurants, historic sites, and vibrant community. The Ski Bus ensures easy access for guests, running seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Whether you're with the family, traveling solo, or part of a group, there are numerous RED Mountain Resort hotels, condos and private vacation homes to complement your vacation needs. From the luxurious Josie Hotel with its upscale amenities to cozy on-hill condos perfect for families and larger groups, there's something for everyone to enjoy a comfortable and memorable stay surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the Kootenay Powder.

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Silvertip Lodge
Red Mountain, Canada
4 stars
CAD 394 nightly rates from
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The Josie
Red Mountain, Canada
4 stars
5 stars
CAD 187 nightly rates from
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Slalom Creek
Red Mountain, Canada
4 stars
CAD 444 nightly rates from
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White Wolf Cabins
Red Mountain, Canada
4 stars
CAD 794 nightly rates from

Getting Here

RED Mountain Resort offers convenient access for travelers flying into the region, with options for air travel through Canada and the USA. Located just under 14.5 kilometers north of the US border, the resort is accessible from Spokane Airport, approximately a 2.5-hour drive away. Transportation is simple with Kootenay Charters' shuttle service available six days a week (except Tuesdays) from Spokane Airport.

Driving from Spokane Airport Take I-90 E from W Airport Dr and S Sunset Hwy. Follow I-90 E to WA-25 N in Lincoln County. Take exit 299 from I-90 E. Continue on WA-25 N. Take WA-22 E and BC-3B N to Red Mountain Rd in Rossland, Canada.

Another option for travelers is to fly into Kelowna Airport, which is 3.5 hours away from RED. Kootenay Transit offers shuttle service to and from the airport on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Driving from Kelowna Airport Head southeast on BC-97 S. Continue on BC-97 S and follow signs for Okanagan Highway. Merge onto BC-3B S via the ramp to Trail/Rossland. Follow BC-3B S and BC-22 S to Red Mountain Rd in Rossland, Canada.

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