Red Mountain is a realm defined by striking contrasts. As the oldest resort in Western Canada, stand as a testament to tradition, while simultaneously hosting the most significant terrain expansion of the last decade. Canadian roots run deep, yet nestled just minutes beyond the USA border in the snow-kissed Kootenay mountains. The guests are drawn to the resort's unpretentious ambiance, equally captivated by it's expansive terrain spanning a remarkable 3,850 acres—a feat that secures our place in the North American Top 10 for size. Red Mountain resort prioritize essentials while eschewing the unnecessary. You can lodge a snowball's throw from the lift at our modern, clean hostel or luxuriate in slope-side condos or charming boutique hotels. With an impressive 3,000 feet of vertical drop, a bountiful 300 inches of annual snowfall, accessible in-bounds cat-skiing and an impressive array of 5 skiable peaks. The resort's famous tree runs, pristine powder, inviting groomers, and coveted Ikon Pass access paint a picture of it's offerings. Let's not forget the unique charm of the resort's snowbound taco truck—the only one of its kind in Canada. From once being under the radar to now standing as the "Next Big Thing," transitioned from obscurity to prominence.
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Red Mountain is located approximately 3 kilometers from Rossland in British Columbia, just within the Canadian border. It’s conveniently positioned around a 2.5-hour drive from Spokane International Airport in Washington State, USA, about 3.5 hours from Kelowna International Airport, or a mere 30-minute journey from Castlegar Regional Airport.
Situated within the Selkirk Powder Triangle and along the renowned Powder Highway of BC, Red Mountain enjoys a prime position amidst exceptional mountain terrain and abundant high-quality powder. This region is a hub for esteemed cat skiing and heli-skiing operations, making it a coveted destination for powder enthusiasts.
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