A few advanced adventures at Red Mountain – Amber Hayes
1. If you’re looking for tree options with all-around exciting terrain, Powderfields at RED Mountain never disappoints. Hold your speed from the Granite chair and expect a little push work to get to the drop-in area for Powderfields. If you drop in early to your skier's left, expect moderate cliff bands. A more centred drop-in is the usual go-to, and that will lead you through an expanse of treed glades. The bottom quarter centre left, will give you an amazing widely spaced tree grove that never disappoints.
2. Looking for a blue groomer? Head to Paradise and swoop the well-groomed ego-friendly pitches concentrated along the lift. This is where you will find the sun and smooth riding. Bonus: you can easily pop in and out of the off-piste in this area without fear of becoming over-committed or lost. Be sure to check out the newly renovated Paradise lodge while you are on that side of the resort for good eats, a warm-up and some sunny deck time.
If You Go
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