Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)
RED Mountain Resort is an ideal headquarters for hiking in the Rossland area.
Numerous trailheads begin right on Red Mountain and extend into the local mountain range. Many also lead to spectacular views of the Valhalla Mountains and Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park, as well as the states of Washington and Idaho.
Hikers will discover the rich mining history of the area as they pass old, abandoned mines along some of the trails. Routes range from newly created paths to old horse trails once used to pack in supplies to a meteorological station used in 1950s and 1960s. Guided hikes are available from outfitters based in the region.
Centennial Trail (Easy): One of the most popular hikes in Rossland, this multi-use trail links the town with the base of the Red Mountain ski area.
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4300 Red Mountain Rd
Red Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Summer in Rossland and at Red Mountain Resort is just as cherished as wintertime. We enjoy warm temperatures & sunny skies most of the summer season & with a wide variety of activities for you, your family & friends to participate in, Rossland is truly an outdoor playground. British Columbia's natural resources include mountain trails, lakes and forests replete with greenery and wildflowers. On top of that, golfing, biking (both mountain and road), and ATV'ing are very popular here. Rossland's mountain biking trails are world famous & include the Seven Summits Trail which was named "Trail of the Year" by Bike Magazine.