A freeride paradise, RED Mountain is located in Rossland, BC along the famous Powder Highway and boasts expanse terrain that offers a little something for everyone. Our TransWorld SNOWboarding crew invited Mark Sollors, Marko Grilc, Frank Knab, Colin Spencer, Curtis Ciszek, and Madison Ellsworth to explore the resort and they took full advantage of all it had to offer. See what transpired in the video above, scroll through highlights in the gallery below and check out the full RED Mountain resort feature in our November issue, on newsstands now.
Photos: Chris Wellhausen
RED Mountain Resort Guide:
On-Hill Eats: Sourdough Alley (burly breakfast burritos), Paradise Lodge (don’t miss the dirty mac ’n’ cheese), Gabriella’s (hearty Italian a five-minute walk from the base area)
Post-Boardn’ Beers: Rafters
Rossland Eats: Mook Thai Cuisine, Aka Dake Sushi, Misty Mountain Pizza
Local shop: RossVegas
Closet Major Airports: Spokane, Washington; Kelowna, BC
4,200 acres, 2,919 vertical feet
4 lifts, 1 T-bar
110 marked runs
About TransWorld SNOWboarding Resort Sessions:
An evolution of our Park Sessions series, Resort Sessions brings together a group of pros to explore all aspects of a given resort. No special park features are built and no extra access is given to terrain. The goal is simply to make the most out of the same mountain anyone can ride.