RED Mountain Resort delivers 3,850 acres of pristine skiing, putting us in Top 10 terrain territory in N. America. A new chairlift on Topping Creek streamlines skier flow to Grey Mountain and we continue our unique offering of $10/run cat skiing on the flanks of stunning Mt. Kirkup. We really pride ourselves on fresh turns you don't have to fight for—that’s why we claim “#1 Acres Per Skier”! With 300” of annual snowfall, epic vertical (2,919ft/890m!), wide-open groomers, 360-degree descents, IKON Pass access, a rich tradition, and—phew!—the BEST tree runs in BC, is it any wonder RED was voted “Most Underrated Resort” by Skiing?
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Cat or Heli skiing, anybody? RED Mountain Resort is located in the B.C. Interior in the Monashee range which boasts high levels of snowfall and high-quality terrain, an ideal setting for cat and heli-skiing. Booking Your Cat or Heli-Ski Trip
Get Lost Adventure Centre can handle all of your booking needs through our phone line at 778-457-5001, or by emailing Get Lost Adventure Centre at email@example.com.
RED supports BC's Provincial Health orders, recommendations, and current travel advisories, and we strongly encourage you to know and follow the current guidelines which can be found at
BC Health Guidelines
Friday: Apres-ski drink and appetizers (on the DSC house) at Rafters Bar at the resort, “Voted Best in the West #1 apres-ski spot in the world by Powder Bleeping Magazine”, followed by dinner at The Flying Steam Shovel (https://theflyingsteamshovel.com/).
Saturday: Apres-ski meeting, no host, at Rafters Bar at the resort,, followed by dinner at Idgie’s Fine Food (https://www.idgiesrestaurant.com)
If you will be attending, be sure to register in advance. Registering for the event:
- Lets us know how many are coming so we can plan accordingly
- Provides the funds to buy a round of drinks and appetizers on Friday night as well as some trip schwag
- Allows us to coordinate carpooling and accommodations for those who want this service
Remember that you can cancel at any time for a full refund if your plans change.
Friday Apre-ski (beer and appetizers) at Rafters and dinner at The Flying Steamshovel; and Saturday Apre-ski at Rafters, no host, and a schwag bag for a total of $30 payable to the Desert Ski Club through the registration process on this website.
Drive yourself or carpool. Carpool gas costs are shared equally between the passengers and the driver. Round trip distance between the Tri-Cities and Red, including the commute to/from accommodations and the resort, is ~550 miles.
- When you register for the event you will have the option to have the Desert Ski Club help arrange a carpool for you, respecting your COVID precaution preferences.
We recommend the Prestige Mountain Resort in Rossland, the town nearest to the resort. Rooms with one or two beds start at $159 CD + taxes and fees per day. There are only 67 rooms at the Prestige, and the cheaper rooms fill first, so book as soon as possible.
- When you register for the event you will have the option to have the Desert Ski Club help arrange a roommate (same sex) for you, respecting your COVID precaution preferences.
Adult (Age 18-69): $122 cd per day (~$100USD @ exchange rate on 9/14/21)
Senior (Age 65+): $TBD per day
We recommend you buy lift tickets online in advance.
Red Mountain honors the IKON pass.
TITSNBN (The-Illness-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named) (xxxxx-19 REQUIREMENTS)
(As of 9/14/21)
Please note: BC’s Public Health Order now requires masks to be worn in all indoor public spaces by everyone over the age of 12.
In addition, effective September 13, proof of at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccination will be required to gain access to many public events, services, and businesses. By October 24, proof of being fully-vaccinated will be required. This will be in effect for BC residents and anyone visiting from outside the province over the age of 12, and no exceptions are allowed for any reason.
*** All participants are expected to follow current COVID precautions and regulations at time of event ***
Additional details about the trip, including when and where to meet for skiing and for social events, will be provided later via email to registrants.
For more information, contact the event host, Mark Pearson, at 541-264-0628 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event opens for registration on October 7th.
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