Red Barn Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Wish I’d continued a little further yesterday to Nancy Green Pr Pk. It’s small but a gorgeous spot and excellent trails along both sides of the lake. Oh well, next time ...
Drove as far as Grand Forks just to see the place, but went back to Christina Lake to spend the night. Enjoyed a delicious Lemon Pie Ice Cream cone before cleaning up the van for the border crossing tomorrow. Wouldn't want to have any uncooked potatoes or carrots, you know!!!
... 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 ...
After a great few weeks in central BC area it was time t start making our way back down to the US to Montana.
Tossing up a few options for places to go on the way we decided on Rossland BC where we would ride Red Mountain Resort.
After a solid snowfall overnight in Kelowna the drive was both spectacular with great scenery and a little scary with the snow icing up then turning to slush.
On arrival into Rossland ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...