There are a number of flights available that access Red by travel through Canada and the United States.
Most Americans and International travelers find the quickest and most cost efficient method of travel is to fly into the Spokane, WA international airport, rent a car 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. Spokane International Airport is serviced by Alaska Airlines, Allegiant Air, Delta Airlines, Frontier, Southwest Airlines, United/United Express, or US Airways.
Most individuals traveling through Canada fly into Calgary, AB or Vancouver, BC and take a connecting flight to Castlegar Municipal Airport or Trail Regional Airport. Air Canada Jazz flies into Castlegar from Calgary and Vancouver daily, while Pacific Coastal Airlines flies into Trail Regional Airport from Vancouver, BC, daily.
Red Mountain Resort Lodging, in partenship with region Charters, provides the most cost effective Charter service based on the number of guests and destination airport you will be arriving to.
Spokane to Rossland transportation – http://www.kootenayshuttle.com/spokane/
Located within the community of Rossland and only 10 kilometres north of the Canada/US border, Red is 2.5 hours drive from Spokane International Airport in Washington, or 3.5 hours drive from Kelowna, BC’s International Airport. Daily regional flights are available from Vancouver and Calgary to Castlegar (30 minutes from Red) and Trail Airports (15 minutes from Red), a short drive from the Resort.
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 Trail, 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
IMPORTANT NOTE FOR AMERICAN VISITORS: Due 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.
Read the latest: http://www.dhs.gov/crossing-us-borders
And also here: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/pub/bsf5082-eng.html
Select from a list of popular origins below or enter in an address in the box below, or enter your address in the form of a standard address (i.e. Street, City, State/Province):
From Spokane, Washington – 2.5 hoursFrom Kelowna, British Columbia – 3.5 hours From Vancouver, British Columbia – 7 hours From Calgary, Alberta – 7.5 hours