Red Mountain Resort

World-class powder just got better

Red Mountain has become the eighth largest ski resort in Canada since it finished it's expansion. The entire backside of Grey Mountain is now accessible by chair lift.

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Red Mountain delivers with tree skiing

ROSSLAND, BC — I was skiing with a group who had travelled to Rossland for the annual Winter Carnival, and we went powder-hounding through some of Red Mountain Resort's treed fall lines. The group kept remarking on the how we consistently found fresh lines and they had never seen a hill with such artfully trimmed tree lines. Red allows skiers and riders to carve lines without feeling like they are being flayed, and yet the aesthetics of the trees are still in tact. As an avid tree skier, this makes Red a haven. 

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Red’s history is gold

RED MOUNTAIN, BC — Rossland, British Columbia, home to Red Mountain Resort, is a town that is stoked in ski history. It was in the late 40s that the first chair lift in Western Canada went in, with remnants that are still there today.

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Red continues its legacy as a great ski hill

RED MOUNTAIN, BC — When I first met Howard Katkov, president and CEO of Red Mountain Ventures in 2005, he and a few others had just bought Red Mountain Resort located deep in British Columbia’s Kootenay Mountains – only a short drive away from the Canadian-US border.

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