Ram's Head Inn

Red Mountain Road, Rossland, British Columbia, V0G 1Y0, Canada | Inn
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This inn, located on Red Mountain Road, 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

    ... by the thick snow. The bus took us into Nelson to our hotel which is renowned to be a cool hippy town. Sally, Larns, Steph and I shared a lovely room and went out for Mexican dinner before the drinking started! Allana had an awful cough so she stayed home to rest the poor thing. Everyone was partying and pre drinking in the hotel rooms and we headed off downtown to a pub and played pool and darts which was a lot of fun! 40 Jaegermeister shots were lined up and ...

    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

    ... a coal town, with the claim of it being the biggest truck in the world. Although we are generally heading west the road zig zags close to the USA border and then away from it with plenty of variety in each valley. After lunch in Creston we were no longer able to avoid the hills and went over a couple of passes, the first (Kootenay) was 1774m and had snow on the buildings there. The second was Bonanza Pass at 1535m. Both of these had ...

    Shambhala and beyond!!

    A travel blog entry by purple_merc on Aug 08, 2013

    1 comment

    ... there where he has imported every thing from Morocco! mmm sheesha. The Pagota stage was just as ridiculous, the music didnt really attract us but at night from a distance WOW! The lighting was so powerfully awesome!! I got good footage at night of this stage as well as the crazyness of the fractal forest which we will upload eventually.
    The labyrinth stage was our fave! The stage was a huge area in the forest where it was simply that a huge maze ...

    Red Mountain, Rossland

    A travel blog entry by powfinders on Feb 21, 2012

    2 comments, 63 photos

    ... part way down for a little picnic lunch break and then finished the run off through the trees before it opened back up and re-joined the piste that takes you back to the chair-lifts. At the end of the day we popped into the rental shop and had a word with Yan who said he'd bring the board, skins, and bindings along the next day and Jeff could give it a try if he was interested in buying it.

    The following morning we ...