On January 11th, The New York Times released their list of “The 46 Places to Go in 2013.” Prestige Hotels & Resorts is proud to announce that Rossland, BC, one of the locations of our resorts, ranked #8 on their list. Here is what The New York Times had to say about Rossland:
“The largest terrain expansion in North American skiing is under way just north of the border at Red Mountain Resort in Rossland, British Columbia. Long known for its steeps, tree-skiing and out-of-the-way location (it’s a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Spokane) that leaves its lift mazes empty and led Skiing magazine last year to call it the “most underrated” resort, Red has embarked on a two-year project that will add nearly 1,000 acres on neighboring Grey Mountain. This winter a 10-dollar ride in a snowcat will haul skiers from Red to Grey to enjoy a few runs that have been cut as well as glade skiing. Next winter a new quad chair will access 22 new slopes around the conical peak. Suddenly Red’s trail map will stretch as wide as Jackson Hole’s inbounds terrain. With a new lodge and the first on-hill accommodations added in the last few years, this local legend is ready to step out into the spotlight.” — Christopher Solomon
If you want to see this exciting destination for yourself, be sure to book a room at Prestige Hotels & Resorts this upcoming year.