Red Mountain Resort in British Columbia, Canada is renowned for it’s pristine powder snow and big mountain adventures.
Located on the famed Powder Highway the resort is the fifth largest ski area in Canada with 3,850 skiable acres and enjoys an average of 300 inches of British Columbia’s dry, light powder snow. It has a big vertical (2,919ft), in bounds cat-skiing and 360 degree descents off select peaks. It’s also one of the best resorts in North America for lowest density of skiers per acre, which means there’s plenty of space to carve up all that pristine snow!
This winter will see the resort expand the ski area further by offering an additional 300 acres with the installation of a new triple chair called the Topping Chair. This new chairlift will extend the number of intermediate trails on Grey Mountain, providing six new blue trails, as well as some stellar tree skiing.
These new runs will have over 1,000 vertical feet and will offer some of the best powder shots after the snow clouds roll through the resort.
Other recent developments at Red have seen the opening of a new boutique hotel, The Josie, located right at the foot of the slopes. This new addition to the resort has just been nominated as one of three finalists for Best New Ski Hotel in the 2019 World Ski Awards.
Red Resort is considered to be one of the last unspoilt resorts in Canada. At Red, it’s still all about the snow and when you ski here you’ll feel like you’ve just discovered one of Canada’s best kept secrets. In our book, this is one of the best, and largest, independent ski destinations in North America.
If you’re looking for a quiet, genuine Canadian ski town with a big mountain, quiet slopes and space to turn, then Red Mountain Resort should definitely be on your radar.
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