Camping at Between The Peaks: Topping Creek

NEW: This year, we’re stoked to offer limited camping passes for Between The Peaks! Camping will be situated at the Topping Creek parking lot, with a dedicated shuttle bringing guests to and from the festival approximately every 30 minutes during the scheduled route. This route will also be bikeable and walkable – roughly a 35min walk from the campsites. Download the map »

Each site is 20’x40′ and allows up to 6 people and one vehicle and/or camper/trailer per site. There are no amenities or hookups at the campsites. Portable toilets will be available.

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Camping FAQ

Check out our Camping FAQs below! There will be more information as we get closer to the festival date.

Please note: This is not an exhaustive list. More details to come.

  • No fires or open flames
  • All food MUST be stored in your trailer or car at all times
  • Must be self contained – some porta potties are available
  • NO access to drinking water. Please come prepared with your own water.
  • Must follow the signs to camping and obey attendants
  • No exploring (going up the mountain) – must stay in campsite perimeters
  • Tents must be secured

Your Between The Peaks Camping Pass gives you access to the Topping Creek parking lot campground for Friday and Saturday night only.

Friday check-in and Sunday check-out times coming soon.

A dedicated shuttle will be available, bringing guests to and from the festival approximately every 30 minutes during the scheduled route (15 min each way.)

This route will also be bikeable and walkable – roughly a 35 min walk from the campsites.

Shuttle schedule coming soon.

Please Note: Campers cannot drive a vehicle to the festival site from the campground.

Portable toilets are located at each campground. To avoid drainage problems, please refrain from putting food/garbage in the toilets.

The campground will not have any full service sites. Campers are expected to be self-contained and self-sufficient.
There is no access to water, potable or otherwise on camping premises. Come prepared with your own water.
No shower facilities on site.

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RED Mountain Resort | Rossland, BC

RED Mountain in Rossland, BC is located just 8 miles north of the US/Canada border, so whether you’re road tripping it or flying in, there’s several options available to get here!

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Festival Shuttle

We are offering a complimentary shuttle to and from Rossland to get you and your crew to the festival. Stay tuned for shuttle schedule & details.

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Mountain Biking

Rossland, Canada’s true MTB Mecca, has trails that hit all the notes from Beginner to Expert, not to mention the NEW Millennial Trail Expansion that took place last summer adding an additional 5.8km of trails to the Rossland MTB network. It’s time to pump up those tires and hit the trails!

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