Red boasts the only terrain park in the West Kootenay region. With great access off the T-Bar, the 6-acre, 1739-foot-long (530m) park includes 15 rails, funboxes, a 30’ (9M) wallride and tabletop jumps for riders of all ability levels.
Stop by The Mountain Project building for information on guided in-bound and out-bound tours at Red Mountain Resort. Free guided tours of the mountain trails are offered at 9am and 12pm daily. Get the most out of the mountain as well as a history lesson about Red.
Red has two on-mountain cafes. Visit the Sourdough Alley or Paradise Lodge for excellent hot cocoa, gourmet coffees and a selection of baked goods. If you are in the mood for lunch or a snack then the Rafters bar, Sourdough Alley Cafeteria or Paradise Lodge is the perfect place to nourish the soul.
Abundant dry snow, highly experienced machine operators, variable terrain, and a fleet of 2007 model Piston Bully's; these factors help to provide Red with beautiful corduroy groomed runs. If you aren’t ready for the tree skiing yet then check out the new beginner terrain or intermediate runs around Paradise for un-crowded, wide-open trails.
The Mountain Project
The Mountain Project (TMP) at Red is a multi-year programme bringing together all aspects of mountain life into a single, integrated environment. TMP was conceived to foster dialogue and incubate community feeling among athletes and artists, guides and enthusiasts, designers and users, with the aim of cultivating and sharing knowledge, supported by the amenities of a four season resort.
Mountain related Awards
- 2005 Ski Canada Magazine – “Top 10 most vertical per dollar”
- 2006 Forbes Traveler – “Top 10 resorts in North America”
- Ski Canada
- Best Steeps
- Best Trees
- Best Powder