Join us for the wildest part of the season this spring at RED! The final weekend at RED is always the best way to cap what’s so far been an incredible season. Bust out your best retro gear, get ready to party, soak in the sun on our deck, and maybe even get a little wet in our massive pond skimming event. But more than anything you’ll still get to enjoy some incredible skiing and riding – AT AN AMAZING DISCOUNT. With music blasting and the bbq’s going, this will be one perfect send off for the season. And we’re all about the send, here at RED.

RED’S SPRING FLING VACATION SPECIAL

Why not start planning for one of the most fun weekends at RED? Neon, epic spring skiing, family and kids activities, deck parties, contests, neon, bluebird days…did we mention neon? Come out with your posse, family, spouse – whatever the style or crew you bring, there will be something for everyone! An amazing offer for an unforgettable time!

The details:

  • Available: March 30th to April 2nd
  • 40% off Accommodations!
  • 20% off day Lift Passes!
  • Children under 12 SKI FREE!
  • Starting at only $349.39 per night/$59 per person per night (based on 6 people)
  • With the CAD to USD exchange rate that’s only $284 USD per night/$48 USD per person per night!

To book this special offer or for any questions, call Red Mountain Lodging at 1-877-969-7669

THE SLUSH CUP!

Saturday, March 31

Join us for an insane day shredding across our pool to crown the pond skimming champion! Costumes, sun, deck parties, live music and good times will be nonstop today. Come get it!

Registration day of in Conference Room: 11am – 12:30pm

Slush Cup: 2pm

Rafters Apres on Deck: Starts 3pm

END OF SEASON DECK PARTY & RETRO DAY

Monday, April 2nd

April 2nd is the last day of the season and we’re going out with A BANG! Wrap up this inforgettable winter rockin’ your best retro gear and join the RED shred posse for party ride down the hill, and then bring the party to the deck for giveaways, drinks, bbq, live music and more. It’s all about the SEND OFF!

Group Ski down T-Bar: 2:30pm

Live Music on the deck with Stubbs and the Dirtbags of the Alley and DJ Mr Morrison, DJ Nurmi, and DJ Soulman: 3pm

Retro Day Best Dressed Competition: 3pm on the deck

Check Out Even More Featured Events at RedResort.com

Flying or driving, getting here is straight-forward.

Fly to Spokane (WA) International, rent a car, and drive north. We’re just over the border and the crossing is mellow. If you prefer to really unplug, take our daily shuttle from Spokane airport. While our haters love to claim that RED is remote, we can almost guarantee that a quick ski holiday here will refresh you in a way no hassle-filled MegaResort jaunt ever could. Plus, once you’re here, we’ve got 4,200 acres of pristine skiing, epic vertical (2,919ft/890m!), in-bounds cat-skiing NEW($10/run!), and our famous snowfall. Ditch the crowd. Come see what you’ve been missing.

By Air

Since RED is located very close to the US border (just under 9 miles north), there are several options available for air access through Canada and the USA.

Fly within the United States and cross the border

Most Americans and International travelers find the quickest and most cost-efficient method of travel is to fly into the Spokane, WA international airportrent a car or book our daily shuttle and drive north to RED Mountain Resort, Rossland, BC.

Approximately a 2.5 hour drive from the Spokane Airport, the drive is scenic, straight-forward and hassle-free.  No traffic, no mountain passes to cross on a very well maintained route with a 24-hour border crossing at Port of Entry Frontier in Oroville WA / Paterson, BC accessed via HWY 25 north of Northport, WA. Spokane International Airport is serviced by Alaska AirlinesAllegiant AirDelta AirlinesFrontierSouthwest AirlinesUnited/United Express, and US Airways.

 

Fly Within or To Canada

Canadians are now allowed to flying into Spokane, WA, rent a car and drive back into Canada, thanks to the recent change in our federal laws.   As a result, we highly recommend that Canadians from all areas except Vancouver, fly to Spokane International Airport, then rent a car or book our daily shuttle and drive north to RED Mountain Resort, Rossland, BC. It’s the most reliable and most cost-efficient option for long-haul air travel.

Approximately a 2.5 hour drive from the Spokane Airport, the drive is scenic, straight-forward and hassle-free.  No traffic, no mountain passes to cross on a very well maintained route with a 24-hour border crossing at Port of Entry Frontier in Oroville WA / Paterson, BC accessed via HWY 25 north of Northport, WA. Spokane International Airport is serviced by Alaska AirlinesAllegiant AirDelta AirlinesFrontierSouthwest AirlinesUnited/United Express, and US Airways.

Other Airport Options

Please check BC road conditions here: http://www.drivebc.ca/

For further details on specific airports, visit:

Airport Shuttle Service

Each airport offers shuttle services with rates based on the number of guests in your group. Please visit the website of the airport destination you choose for shuttle contact info.

Spokane WA International Airport to Rossland shuttle bookings can be made here.

Airport shuttle service bookings for Trail, Castlegar, Kelowna, and Cranbook Airports can be made here.

By Car

RED Mountain Resort is located 4 minutes north of the town of Rossland, BC, just 11 kilometres/6.8 miles north of the Canada/US border, on on HWY 3B.

 

Download driving directions from the Spokane Airport PDF »

Rentals & Driving Times

For travelers requiring a rental vehicle in Canada, we are happy to provide you with exclusive savings with Budget Rent-A-Car. Rent from Budget at any of these locations and save on your rental to visit RED: Vancouver, BC Calgary, AB Kelowna, BC Castlegar, BC Cranbrook, BC Penticton. Please call RED Reservations at 1-877-969-7669 to obtain a preferred rate BCD# booking code.

For vehicle info, reservations and rental assistance, please visit www.budget.com or call 1-888-368-7368

Check out just how easy it is in under 2 minutes.

Driving Times to RED:

From Spokane, Washington – 2.5 hours
From Kelowna, British Columbia – 3.5 hours
From Vancouver, British Columbia – 7 hours
From Calgary, Alberta – 7.5 hours

Visitors to Canada

If you are a U.S. citizen, ensure you carry proof of citizenship such as a passport, birth certificate, a certificate of citizenship or naturalization, a U.S. Permanent Resident Card, or a Certificate of Indian Status along with photo identification.

For all modes of entry, we recommend you carry a valid passport for all travel abroad, including visits to Canada from the United States. A passport may be required by your airline or alternative transportation authority, as it is the only universally-accepted identification document.

Citizens and permanent residents of the United States who are members of the NEXUS or FAST programs may present their membership cards to the CBSA as proof of identity and as documents that denote citizenship, when arriving by land or marine modes only.

All visitors arriving from or transiting through the United States are encouraged to visit www.cbp.gov for information concerning the U.S. Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, and the requirements to enter or return to the United States.

The Government of Canada requires that all travellers carry a valid passport because it is the only reliable and universally-accepted travel and identification document for the purpose of international travel.

International transportation companies such as airlines may require travellers to present a passport. Therefore, travellers may face delays or may not be allowed to board the aircraft or other mode of transportation, if they present other documents.

When you enter Canada, a border services officer may ask to see your passport and a valid visa (if you are arriving from a country for which one is required). We remind all travellers you must carry proof of citizenship such as a birth certificate, a certificate of citizenship or naturalization or a Certificate of Indian Status along with photo identification.

For more information, consult Visitors to Canada and Other Temporary Residents.

Important Note For American Visitors

icon_passportDue to new changes in border policy, called the WHTI, or the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative, visitors from the United States should be aware that U.S. Customs no longer accepts oral declarations of citizenship. On-land and sea crossings require proof of citizenship. A passport is now required to cross the border back into the USA.

Read the latest: http://www.dhs.gov/crossing-us-borders
And also here: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/pub/bsf5082-eng.html

Have a DUI? Please reference this article for more details or phone 250-362-7341.