RED Mountain is the last great, unspoiled resort. Located in Rossland, and the first stop on Canada’s famous Powder Highway, RED delivers 1,558 hectares (3,850 acres) of pristine skiing, putting the resort in the Top 10, size-wise, in North America. With a new chairlift and seven more runs over 121 additional hectares (300 acres) on Topping Creek to streamline skier flow to Grey Mountain, this is the Year of RED. Add in 7.6 metres (25 feet) of annual snowfall, $10/run cat-skiing, a brand new boutique hotel, and a modern hostel at the base, and it’s no wonder The NY Times voted the resort (and our friendly locals) their “#8 Best Place in the World to Visit.” We also nabbed “Most Underrated Resort” from Skiing. Wondering what “#1 Most Acres Per Skier” means? Fresh turns you don’t have to fight for.
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