Black Bear Bed & Breakfast

1345 Spokane St, Rossland, British Columbia, V0G 1Y0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1345 Spokane St, Rossland, is near Wild Pacific Trail, Red Mountain, and Big Red Cats.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Black Bear Bed & Breakfast Rossland

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Travel Blogs from Rossland

Red and Whitewater mountain bus trip

A travel blog entry by briannaclark91 on Mar 07, 2014

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... ready to shred. There wasn't much of a village, just diner and ticketing office. The lifts seemed a lot more old school and harder to get on because they were smaller. We all went boarding and absolutely loving the deep powder under us! First run Allana left the pack and we all got worried because we couldn't find her and we had no reception. We were happy to see her safe at the end of the day! The snow was pretty wet so we all were quite drenched by the end of the day ...

Red Mountain

A travel blog entry by shanmel on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... tell straight away it was a real mountain town with the one main street standard pub, snowboard shop and cafe. There was a little snow in the streets from some recent snowfall which was a surprise to some people who had spent a season there as they had not experienced this.
We ended up staying in the said standard town pub, the Flying Steam Shovel due to its location and the room came with a private hot tub which was awesome. The good thing ...

Day Twenty-seven : Christina Lake

A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 06, 2013

3 photos

... but steeper descents for our direction of travel. Descents were a bit scary as the brakes on the car made the car judder rather a lot though Kev assured me it was all ok (!) This highway is called the road less travelled and this has made it such a pleasurable experience as there is plenty of places to pass, it is in good condition and has not much traffic. Valleys range from all conifers to ones with a mix, so always interesting. Arrived ...

Red Mountain, Rossland

A travel blog entry by powfinders on Feb 21, 2012

2 comments, 63 photos

On arrival in Rossland, we secured a deal at the local Prestige Inn and headed off in search of beer. It looked like there were 3 bars in town: the "grab a granny" bar in the hotel, the Canadian Legion bar and the Shovel - we opted for the latter. Turned out to be a good choice, good food, good beer and "dirty bingo". Jeff decided he'd get us all involved by buying a bingo slip for all of us. After being relocated by the landlord ...

Travel Day: Kicking Horse to Rossland

A travel blog entry by powfinders on Feb 18, 2012

17 photos

... this section.

The route took us over Roger's Pass, through Revelstoke (Revy) and across Upper Arrow Lake before heading further south towards the US border and into Rossland. Total journey time roughly 8 hours, we hoe its gonna be worthwhile.

Rossland's a tiny place with one main high street and doesn't look like much else yet. Not your typical ski resort as its a town about 5 minutes away from the Red Mountain ski area.


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