Red Barn Lodge

1107/1115 Black Bear Drive, Rossland, British Columbia, V0G1Y0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1107/1115 Black Bear Drive, Rossland, is near Wild Pacific Trail, Red Mountain, and Big Red Cats.
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    Travel Blogs from Rossland

    Red and Whitewater mountain bus trip

    A travel blog entry by briannaclark91 on Mar 07, 2014

    2 photos

    ... us all on the Wednesday night. Early start for the 2 hr trip to Red Mountain! We all piled on without any breaky and we were starving when we arrived. We all scored a free ticket so we fueled up and most of us went boarding. Unfortunately it wasn't a good day for boarding as it was wet heavy slushy snow. The village was cool and had a better vibe than Whitewater. Red mountain is the home of the oldest chair lift in North America. One of the lifts were closed so we got ...

    Red Mountain

    A travel blog entry by shanmel on Feb 25, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... we were only a walk down 10 stairs to get to the party but the bad news was that our room was right above the party so it was a little loud at night, luckily we stayed there mid week!

    The dining options are quite scarce in Rossland however we did find the place probably classed as the best in town across the road called Idgies. The food there was amazing and portions were massive.

    Rossland is only a few km's from the mountain so car ...

    Day Twenty-seven : Christina Lake

    A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 06, 2013

    3 photos

    Another cold, windy and cloudy day in Waterton but still sad to leave. All good things must come to an end and so we head west towards Vancouver and the long flight home. The drive followed the Crowsnest Highway. Went through a place called Bellevue where there had been a huge landslide that wiped out the whole town. The rocks are enormous and cover a huge area from where we think they came from. Both the road and the railway have been built ...

    Red Mountain, Rossland

    A travel blog entry by powfinders on Feb 21, 2012

    2 comments, 63 photos

    ... turns". Skiers attach "skins" to the bottom of their skis which allow the ski to move forwards but not backwards, allowing you to hike up the hill whilst on skis. Boarders tend to have to use snow-shoes, strap their board to their backs and hike although split boards are becoming pretty popular out here. Split boards split down the middle and turn into skis for the ascent.

    Once we got familiar with the area we wanted ...

    Cycling Season!!

    A travel blog entry by adamandtara on May 22, 2011

    7 photos

    ... and I only had my x-country helmet on. We came to a rock drop which, although was larger than what I had done, I was SURE I could do it. It wasn't that much worse than others. Ooops...I was wrong. I fell down. On my face. On a rock. Luckily, just a head ring (2 points for wearing a helmet!) and a pretty good gash on my chin that I probably could/should have gone to get a couple of stitches but it's not so bad to warrant sitting in the ...