Cross-Country skiing (Dave Heath photo)
Take a break from RED Mountain's slopes and head across the highway for a day of cross-country skiing on an extensive network of trails.
Ski along the very routes once traversed by Canadian Olympic team member, George Grey, the first cross-country skier from BC to win a medal on the World Cup Circuit.
Black Jack Trails
Approximately 40km/25mi of trails are maintained by the Black Jack Cross Country Ski Club. There is a good mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced terrain here, with all trails groomed for classic and skate technique. Many trails wind through the forest, with a few good viewpoints along the way.
Begin at the warming hut and head out along a fairly level section to a large meadow. From here, trails head uphill through the woods and follow the western perimeter of the ski area, circling back to the meadow once again.
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4300 Red Mountain Rd
Rossland, British Columbia
RED Mountain, established 1896, is legendary for abundant snow & big lines, not big chairlift lines. Voted "Best Trees Skiing, Best Steeps, Best Powder" (Ski Canada Magazine 2001-02). RED is cherished by skiers and snowboards of all ages. With slope side, ski-in/out deluxe accommodations, exciting events and the friendly community of Rossland, RED Mountain is the adventure destination for all types of snow lovers. Skating, snowshoeing, cross country & cat skiing are other fun winter activities in this area.
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