Prestige Mountain Resort Rossland

1919 Columbia Avenue, Rossland, British Columbia, V0G 1Y0, Canada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 1919 Columbia Avenue, 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

    ... 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

    ... middle of the rockfall and a new town has been built further along. Must have been a huge chunk of the mountainside that collapsed. Must have been horrendous. We followed a series of valleys that skirted around the various ranges. These earlier valleys were just beautiful with lots of deciduous trees losing their leaves in amongst the conifers. Colours were great. Passed through an area where there were coal mines. Came across this truck ...

    Shambhala and beyond!!

    A travel blog entry by purple_merc on Aug 08, 2013

    1 comment

    ... off its tits! Sooo many costumes, so much self expression. so much to do and so much fun to be had. One of the five stages was called fractal forest and it was in the forest with so many platforms and levels and areas and chill spots and projections and hidden areas it was crazy. we called it the over simulator! you went in there and got over stimulated and then you would have to leave, hahaha!! soo many people. Smoked lots of sheesha with a friend who has ...

    Red Mountain, Rossland

    A travel blog entry by powfinders on Feb 21, 2012

    2 comments, 63 photos

    ... ski-tech's for the rental shop on the hill. He had a split board so Jeff struck up a conversation and asked him about it. Turns out his mate Yan who he works with was considering selling a used split board and he said we could go chat to him in the rental shop later.

    From the top of Grey Mountain we began our decent down, with Townley checking the route frequently. Fantastic fresh powder lines were had by all. We ...