Red Mountain Resort is one of the oldest and most famous ski resorts in Canada with two peaks, over 3,850 acres and 2,910 vertical feet of all-natural snow. Red is ranked number one in most acres per skier in North America. Red is renowned for terrain covered with an abundance of light, dry powder and perfectly spaced trees that protect the snow for days after it’s fallen. Choose from wide-open groomed slopes or tree runs with untouched powder. Whether you’re a beginner or expert, Red is a welcome retreat from the scene at over-crowded resorts.

When you’ve finished skiing for the day there are numerous activities for the family. Rossland has rich history that offers ways to fill your day and have a great time while doing so. With choices of public skating at Rossland Arena, curling and Rossland Curling Rink, swimming at the Trail Aquatic Centre, racquetball and squash at the Trail Memorial Centre, or for something relaxing hit the Royal Theatre for a movie.

After making the most of the activities Red has on hand, head to a restaurant, coffee shop, or bar for local fun. There are plenty of bars and dining options to choose from; Rossland Beer Company for a cold one, Miner’s Hall for the Farmer’s Market and fresh grown food, Alpine Grind for its amazing café ambiance, Rafter’s Lounge for amazing après ski casual dining, and more.

Red Mountain provides for a special experience, suitable for all.

Mountain Terrain:







Skiing Hours:

9.00am to 3.00pm

Summit Elevation:

2,075 m (6,807 ft)

Vertical Drop:

887 m (2,910 ft)

Skiable Area:

3,850 acres

Average Snowfall:

760 cm (25 ft)


Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:

  • 3 fixed-grip quads
  • 3 fixed-grip 3 seaters
  • 1 fixed grip 2 seater
  • 1 T-Bar


119 runs. Longest run: 7 km


Ranked number one in most acres per skier in North America. The Rockstar Energy Terrain Park has lots to offer, with various jumps, jibs, rails, and a park-wide sound system. 

Photo courtesy of Red Mountain Resort, Photo Credit: Taylor Clark, Ashley Voykin, and Iain Reid