Planned Opening Day for this winter season is December 18, 2021.
RED Mountain Resort is known for light, dry snow; world-class tree skiing; incredible steeps, laid back vibe and friendly locals. RED is also home of ski racing in Canada and offer a Legacy Alpine Training Centre.
2021/22 Winter, What’s New & Notable:
|2021/22 Lift Tickets:
$124 Adult (19-64)
$105 College *
$99 Youth (13-18)
$87 Senior (65-74)
$62 Junior (7-12)
under 6 ski free
over 75 ski free
(rates do not include tax)
(*must show proof of full-time student status)
890 m / 2,919 ft – Vertical 2,682
3,850 Acres skiable area
7.6 m / 25′ – Snowfall
On-mountain amenities at RED include their historic day lodge with cafeteria seating, fast food service, a conference centre, retail & rental areas and a coffee & wine bar. The first downhill race was held here in 1887; since then, skiers, boarders and backcountry touring enthusiasts of all stripes, have been making daily ascents of Red and its twin, Granite Mountain. You’ll enjoy exploring the exhilarating steeps, powder-filled bowls and some of the best tree-skiing in North America.
When your legs need a rest, Paradise Basin offers a wide selection of exceptional groomed runs.
RED’s Get Lost Adventure Centre is located at the base area takes the regions best guides and gear and puts them under one roof for the first time ever. This seamless digital platform allows you to book your fat bike session from the SeaTac security line or your nordic fondue tour from your kid’s soccer practice.
And, Big Red Cats offers cat-skiing just 10 minutes from RED. Great package prices are available for individuals, families and groups. Stay on mountain or downtown Rossland, just five minutes away. Shuttle services available between Rossland and Spokane International Airport, Kelowna International, Castlegar Municipal Airports and Trail Regional Airport.
Rossland combines outdoor adventure with small town warmth and hospitality. Great restaurants, quaint shops and friendly locals will make your stay in Rossland as memorable as the powder.
Top page photo by Ryan Flett