Backcountry skiing at Red Mountain Resort near Rossland

(Dave Heath photo)



 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

For a small community of 3,500 residents, Rossland has a good selection of eateries.

The city prides itself on its locally owned and family-run businesses. Light snacks and hearty fare abound at the local coffee shops, but when the snow flies and skiers arrive, the town becomes a hotbed of activity, so reservations for bistros and restaurants are recommended.

Cafés and Casual Pubs

Great coffee and great company is easy to find in Rossland. Grab a cup of java, a bite to eat, or a sweet or savoury treat at one of the many casual spots. A few to try include Clansey's Cappuccino, Café Books West, or Alpine Grind. The Clubhouse restaurant at the Redstone Golf Resort overlooks the links and has a licensed outdoor patio.

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