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Terrain Parks - Red Mountain

Riders Guide

British Columbia is a province that presents some of the most beautiful and unforgettable scenery anywhere in the world and is the home to several of the world's top resorts. One of B.C.'s finest has to be Red Mountain Resort which has a total of 6 lifts, comprising of 3 triple, 1 double, 1 surface T-bar, and 1 surface Red Carpet that take you up to 87 trails where you can snowboard on their longest run of 23,700 feet atop 300 inches of powder. Their trails are rated 10% for Beginners, 45% for Intermediates, and 45% for Advanced.

Parks and Pipes

For Snowboarding, Red Mountain Resort has a new terrain park designed for all ability levels, including a fenced-off beginner section. You can refine your skills on lots of rails, fun boxes and tabletops. However, the big attraction for snowboarders at the Red Mountain resort is the amazing variety of natural features to be found on the slopes. Start dipping into the art of avoiding trees at Mini Bowls, Meadows, and Inagadadavida, then graduate to Southern Comfort, Southern Belle and Gambler, and when you're ready to really rip it up, try your luck at the totally wild Maggie's Farm.

Out of Bounds

Is there any winter sport, activity or adventure that you can't experience in the Red Mountain Resort area? Not likely! For blasting through the powder, contact High Mountain Adventures for their snowmobile tours and rentals. If you want to experience a great backcountry tour, Rossland Mountain Adventures can show you around and they also teach courses in orienteering, avalanche awareness and wilderness first aid. Snowwater Heli-Skiing and Snowcat-Skiing will take you to their 80,000 acres of virgin wilderness with their multiday heli- and cat-skiing packages and house you in a stunningly beautiful mountain lodge. Closer to Red Mountain Resort, Big Red Cats can take you to 18,000 acres of backcountry. Needless to say, these level of adventures are not for the beginner or the faint of heart!

Hangout & Hookup

Red Mountain Resort's apres ski action moves to the Rafter's Lounge in the base lodge which is a perfectly restored 19th century mining building. Gypsy at Red in the Red Robs has a great choice of apres ski appetizers and specialty drinks. When night falls, the crowds move down to the town of Rossland to Buffalo Ridge Sports Bar & Lounge and The Flying Steamshovel. If you want to follow all the locals to the really wild and crazy place they like to hang out at, then the Rock Cut Pub has everything you could ever want, great rocking bands that keep the place jumping on weekends, plus billiard tables, arcade games, and non stop sports on the big TVs.