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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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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