Red Mountain Ski Terrain
Red Mountain delivers a satisfyingly 2,877 acres large and varied 1164 hectares of carefully developed terrain. Tree runs are abundant – there are places where the rider will feel they are gliding through mountain wilderness instead of on any one of 110 marked ski runs serviced by a network of 7 lifts.
Beginners have 23% of terrain at their disposal, intermediates 31%, and advanced 23%. A magic carpet slope is available for the learners and beginner terrain is located off the Silverlode chairlift.
Most of the black slopes are on the upper section of Granite Peak, with the blue runs below. Red Mountain has some of the ski area’s longest cruisiest groomed blue runs. Of Granite’s 901 acres (365 hectares) of blue runs, the easiest descents are Rino’s Run or the Southside Road. For a real challenge, head to the north side’s steep chutes which can give any advanced skier a run for their money – Helter Smelter, Burn One Down or I Drop The Line in particular.
Red’s Rockstar Energy RED Terrain Park is conveniently located near the bottom of the base area’s basin. A pumping sound system fuels the vibe while riders choose from over 20 rails, funboxes, and tabletop jumps. Features are geared for all abilities.
Red Mountain Statistics
|Skiable Terrain||4,200 acres (1700 hectares)|
|Vertical||887 m (2,910 ft)|
|Top Elevation||2,072 m (6,798 ft)|
|Base Elevation||1,185 m (3,888 ft)|
|Average Snowfall||760cm (300 in/25 ft)|
|Winter lifts Total||7|
|Longest Run||7 km (4.3 mi)|
|Nordic Cross Country||40 km|
|Season Opens||13 December, 2018|
|Season Closes||5 April, 2019 (Estimated)|