Red Mountain: Plenty of Snow with More to Come

Posted By: The Ski Channel on January 5, 2012 11:40 am

While the snow conditions across the United States have been wildly sporadic this season, they have been extremely consistent across the mountain ranges of British Columbia. RED Mountain Resort on the BC Powder Highway has gotten a ton of fresh powder and is slated to have even more on the way!

So far the mountain has received 20 inches of new snow since Christmas, and weather forecasters have predicted 7 days of snow coming up throughout the next two weeks. 

 

The Rossland, British Columbia mountain resort began as a mining town back in 1898 and is considered the oldest ski area in Western Canada — some even call it “the last great, undiscovered resort in North America” They boast uncrowned lift lines, fall line skiing and snowboarding terrain, as well as being the exclusive source for the world famous Kootenay powder.

With famously uncrowded slopes and easy access through Spokane Intl. in Washington (GEG) or Castlegar Airport (YCG) in British Columbia, skiers and snowboarders can’t go wrong with a trip to RED Mountain Resort.

 

The mountain resort has every single chair lift spinning, and every run on the mountain is open with full coverage of 100% natural snow. Resort officials have also proclaimed that their legendary “side-country” is yours for the taking.

Better get yourself a piece!

 

 

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