Red Resort opens this weekend

Red Mountain Resort opens tomorrow and is reporting good early season conditions.

Red Resort opens this weekend

Skiers and boarders hitting up Rossland tomorrow for opening day will glad to know that, on top of the good conditions Red Mountain Resort is reporting, the snow has been falling.

The resort said yesterday that they have an alpine base of 140 cm on the upper slopes of the mountain, and called it one of their best early season bases in over five years.

Red Resort plans to have Paradise, Motherlode, Silverlode and magic carpet running this weekend from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

There will also be an official kickoff party at Rafters that night. Doors open at 8pm. Shuttle are provided from Rossland (Drift) to the daylodge and $5 cover at the door. DJ B.Ron and guest will be cranking the tunes. Come on out.

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