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Rossland

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-Country skiing (Dave Heath photo)

Cross-Country skiing (Dave Heath photo)

Sitting high in the Monashee Mountains, Rossland is home to a vast network of cross-country skiing trails, many of which are maintained by the Kootenay Columbia Trail Society.

Come winter time, the stunning and varied terrain around Rossland provides endless cross-country ski opportunities to please novices and experts. The snow comes early and stays late, so the ski-season is long and the views endless.

Cross-Country Skiing at Black Jack

Black Jack Cross-Country Ski Club is located just 1km/0.6mi from Red Mountain Resort, and the club and resort partner up to share trails and skiers. There are more than 30km/19mi of expertly groomed trails appropriate for both skating and classic techniques, a biathlon range, and 1.3km/0.8mi of lit trails for night skiing. Trails marked easy, intermediate and advanced/expert meander through a forest of cedar and hemlock trees with warming huts along the route.

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Red Mountain Resort - Red Mountain Resort

4300 Red Mountain Rd
Red Mountain Resort, British Columbia
V0G 1Y0
Toll-free800-663-0105
Phone250-362-7384

RED Mountain is the last great, unspoiled resort. Located in Rossland, along the famous Powder Highway, RED delivers 1,680 hectares (4,200 acres) of pristine skiing unfettered by over-development. In 2013 & 2014, we added nearly 400 hectares (1,000 acres) of mostly-intermediate terrain on Grey Mountain, an entirely new peak.

With approximately 7.6 m (25 ft) of annual snowfall, wide-open groomed runs, epic vertical, cat-skiing, 360 degree descents off select peaks, a rich tradition, & the best tree runs in BC, it's no wonder The NY Times voted us #8 "Best Place in the World to Visit" (2013). Other recent accolades include #1 in Powder Magazine's "Ski Town Throwdown" (2012), & "Most Underrated Resort" by Skiing Magazine (2012). Come & enjoy fresh turns that you don't have to fight for.

Annual Snowfall SkiTotalRuns Types of runs
762 cm 110 Easy37%Easy47%Easy16%
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