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FEBRUARY 24 - MARCH 2, 2024

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All prices are subject to change until transportation is confirmed and/or exchange rates are set

Trip Policies

Active Other TSC clubs must request
 Reciprocity Membership - After Aug 10th

Full Trip Price: $1,755
(includes air, lodging and ground transportation)

Ground Only (no air) price:$1,285

Single Supplement Addition:  $1,020

$600 DUE OCTOBER 15th

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2024 Registraion Starts July 31st
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Trip Chair: Kathryn Bryant

Lift Tickets
Adult Price
3 day $320 4 day $425  5 day $530  6 day $630 

Lift Tickets
Senior/Teen Price
3 day $225 4 day $300  5 day $370  6 day $445 

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Red Mountain
Red Mountain

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RED Mountain Resort is a ski resort in the West Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia just north of the U.S. border. Four mountains, Granite, Grey, Kirkup, and Red Mountain deliver nearly 4,000 skiable acres of varied terrain, from adventurous steeps to relaxed intermediate groomers. RED Mountain is one of the oldest ski hills in North America, with a history dating back to the creation of the Red Mountain Ski Club in the first decade of the 1900s. Like other ski hills in the British Columbia Interior, it has a reputation for light, dry powder, with yearly snowfall of 300 in. RED Mountain Resort is known for having a variety of challenging expert terrain and for being geared towards intermediate and expert level skiers and riders. The ski area's base elevation is 3,900 ft above sea level and has 3,000 ft of vertical. The longest run is 4.35 mi.



Fiercely independent, Red Mountain Resort delivers 3,850 acres of pristine skiing. A new chairlift on Topping Creek has streamlined the skier flow and access to Grey Mountain; and added 7 new intermediate runs over 300 acres of terrain. On a normal day, Red Mountain boasts just one skier per acre! With 300” of annual snowfall, 2,919ft vertical, wide-open groomers, 360-degree views, and the BEST tree runs in BC, it is no wonder RED was voted “Most Underrated Resort” by Skiing Magazine. 49% is beginner/intermediate terrain; 51% is advanced to expert.




Vertical:  887 m (2,910.1 ft)

Top elevation:  2,072 m (6,797.9 ft)

Base elevation:  1,185 m (3,887.8 ft)

Skiable area:  Lift-served, 2,682 acres, Total, 4,200 acres

Runs:  110 named - 16% Beginner

Longest run:  7 km (4.35 mi) - 47% Intermediate - 37% Expert

Lift system:  6 chairs - 2 quad - 3 triples - 1 double, 2 surface lifts - 1 T-bar - 1 magic carpet

Lift capacity:  7,500 /hr

Terrain parks: 1

Snowfall: 750 cm (295.28 in)

Snowmaking: Yes

Night skiing: Yes



Rossland, BC, and Vicinity


The town of Rossland is a short 5 minute shuttle ride from the mountain. Built in an ancient volcanic valley, the town dates back to 1897. Once a booming mining community, today it’s an incorporated town of 4,000. In summer the area is a playground for bikers and hikers. In winter snowboarders and skiers come from around the world to enjoy the pristine snow and marvelous skiing. Rossland’s turn of the century Main Street features quaint shops, a museum and family run businesses. During ski season reservations are recommended at the town’s 20 bistros and restaurants.



The Josie Hotel

“The only way to wake up closer to the slopes would be to sleep on a chairlift”

The Josie is a small boutique hotel offering a mix of 106 contemporary rooms and suites, steps away from the chairlifts. The hotel offers full bell and valet service and ski concierge to store gear. Rooms have mini fridges, Nespresso coffee makers, irons & boards, and terry cloth robes. A full service restaurant is open daily from 7am-9pm.



Cedar barrel saunas

Modern fitness center

Complimentary ski concierge

Complimentary WiFi in guest rooms

The hotel has a limited number of free outside parking spots and more free parking down the hill by the Hostel. The Josie also offers indoor heated parking for $20/day.

The Velvet Restaurant & Lounge

The Velvet is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving guests and locals a taste of regional cuisine. Two mountainside patios and a comfortable indoor lounge offer seasonal cocktails and local brews.




The full trip includes round trip air on Southwest Airlines and ground transportation from Austin to Red Mountain, BC.  We have a morning flight to Spokane (GEG). From Spokane, we board a private charter to the mountain resort (approximately 2 1/2 hour ride). A 1 hour grocery stop is planned.  A free resort shuttle provides transportation between the mountain and the town of Rossland.

Current Itinerary:

FEB 24 WN495 AUS/PHX 6:25a/8:05a

             WN1514 PHX/GEG 9:35a/11:20a

MAR 2 WN1866 GEG/DEN 1:20p/4:30p

             WN1287 DEN/AUS 6:40p/9:45p