This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site, you're agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more

CanadaRed Mountain Snow Report


Snow report glossary

Snow and weather data can vary depending on many factors. The data we provide gives you an indication of the conditions you can expect but, as conditions can vary so widely, the data is not a guarantee of the conditions at this resort. Weather data comes from our detailed weather forecast.
Last snowed
The date of the last snowfall.
Fresh snow
The depth of the last snowfall.
Last 7 days
The total snowfall reported over the last 7 days.
Next 9 days
The total amount of fresh snow predicted at mid-mountain level from our detailed 9 day forecast.
Upper piste depth
An indication of the snow depth on the upper prepared slopes.
Lower piste depth
An indication of the snow depth on the lower prepared slopes.
Piste quality
An indication of the general piste conditions on the open pistes.
Resort runs
An indication of the conditions on the lower, open runs back into the resort base.
Off piste snow
An indication of the general off piste conditions.
Lifts open
An indication of the number of lifts that are open out of the total number of lifts possible in this resort/ski area.
Help with snow & weather
Snow report
16 Apr 2014 13:30
Resort is closed for the season
Last snowed No report
Fresh snow 0cm
Last 7 days 0cm
Next 9 days 8cm
Upper piste depth 0cm
Lower piste depth 0cm
Snow conditions:
Piste quality No report
Resort runs No report
Off piste snow No report
Lifts open 0 out of 7

Weather forecast glossary

Snow and weather data can vary depending on many factors. The data we provide gives you an indication of the conditions you can expect but, as conditions can vary so widely, the data is not a guarantee of the conditions at this resort. Weather data comes from our detailed weather forecast.
The predicted weather for the afternoon period at mid-mountain level.
Snow expected
The predicted amount of snow.
Maximum temperature
The predicted maximum temperature for the afternoon period at mid-mountain level.
Help with snow & weather
Snow & weather forecast
Mild with light rain (total 2.0mm) on Thu afternoon Becoming colder with a light covering of snow, mostly falling on Thu night. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 5°C on Sat afternoon, min -3°C on Fri morning). Wind will be generally light.
Wednesday 16 April 2014

Thursday 17 April 2014
Light rain

4cm snow expected

3°C max temp

Friday 18 April 2014
Light snow

3cm snow expected

1°C max temp

Saturday 19 April 2014

0cm snow expected

5°C max temp

Snow overview for Canada
Monday 14 April 2014

The heli-ski operations at Skeena and Chilcotin have both now ended for the season, and Fernie enjoyed the last day of their winter season on Sunday 13th April.

The skiing is still great at the remaining open Canadian resorts although, as you may expect in April, spring conditions dominate.

Big White (233/262) has the deepest base depth of our featured open Canadian resorts and the skiing is excellent as a result.

Of the open resorts, Whistler (241cm) has the greatest amount of snow forecast of the open Canadian resorts, with 14cm expected to land at mid-mountain level by Tuesday 22nd April.

Your reviews

If you've been to Red Mountain and you'd like to add a review, please log in or sign up to the Ski Club for free to add reviews, photos and videos from your recent trips.
Sign up to the Ski Club
Jim Searle
Posted: 03/03/08
Red Mountain review
Jim Searle

Just got back from Red Mountain and Rossland. Brilliant mountain with the steepest and toughest terrain and best off-piste we have ever experienced. The snow was great with 12cms of fresh on our second day and the place gets over 300 inches of white fluffy a year. The resort has 1700 acres of terrain but in effect it has much more as you can ski virtually anywhere, we rarely found the same route twice and so never got bored.

Most of the mountain is covered with trees and there is some great gladed terrain in paradise bowl and on the front face of granite in the powder fields. Paradise bowl also has most of the intermediate terrain and is pretty much ski anywhere, there is also some new intermediate terrain at the bottom of the mountain. Jumbo, beer belly and powder fields were all tough but superb black diamond off piste runs, the lack of piste markers means you have to stay on your toes and a couple of times we strayed into double black diamond terrain, not to be taken lightly in this resort. Most blues here would equate to reds or easy blacks in France or Austria, some of the double blacks are as hard as anything in St Anton, Chamonix, or Val D'Isere, expert only really does mean it!

The resort plans to open up Grey Mountain (more awesome terrain) next year which will make a big difference and increase to 4200 acres over the next 10 years or so. The big let down at the moment are the lifts which are slow, old and uncomfortable, although the new owner plans new fast lifts in the near future, he really needs to deliver on this as the lift pass (about £190 for 6 days) is no cheaper than resorts with fast chairs that dont break every week!! Luckily as the place is generaly quiet there are virtually no lift queues except on US holidays.

Both the Paradise lodge and the Base lodge are good places to get burgers, wraps and burritos, of typical north american proportions.

Rossland is charming and very friendly, with good restaurants such as idgies, the grind is great for a coffee and a huge sandwhich and Clancys is great for a big breakfast, esp the waffles. There are a couple of good places to drink such as the sports bar in the prestige hotel, the best however was Nowhere Special lounge, go when there is a local band on and the place rocks. However in general the place is laid back and not party central unless you can find a house party. You can also stay on mountain (5 km away) in some swanky new condo's but their is more going on in Rossland, we would rather drive 5 mins to skiing and stumble home from the pub rather than vice versa.

Getting to Red/Rossland is not as hard as people think as United flies to Spokane via Chicago (£440 + 60 to upgrade) then its a 3 hour drive from the airport. If they do start transatlantic flights into kelowna (Serving Revelstoke etc) that will benfit Red as it is only 3 1/2 hpurs away.

We also stopped at 49 Degrees North for a days skiing on our way back to Spokane. The skiing was much easier with the double blacks equating to a tough blue at Red, but worth a day to check it out and the snow was very good. Days lift pass only cost £25. If staying in Spokane make sure you stay at the Davenport Hotel.

In conclusion: the best unspoiled resort in North America, go before the crowds turn up!!!!

Compare snow and weather

tour operators in Red Mountain

10% discount for Ski Club members
Largest independent ski operator in the UK. Featuring over 100 catered chalets, plus self-catering...
5% discount for Ski Club members
Skitracer is no ordinary travel agency � neither are our ski holidays. Forget...
Nonstop - Ski & snowboard holidays & camps
5% discount for Ski Club members
Ski Club members can get: 5% off 1-2 week holidays and camps. £100 off 3-5 week holidays and...
Frontier Ski
5% discount for Ski Club members
Frontier Ski has over 20 years worth of experience in creating luxury tailor-made ski holidays to...
Join the Ski Club
Send us your feedback