If you have by chance made your way to the tiny mountain hamlet of Rossland, consider yourself infinitely wise. You’ve discovered the great inequality of skiing in Canada’s most ski-blessed province. Yes, just 2.5 hours north of Spokane, Washington, at the southwestern edge of the Monashee range, there hides one big mountain loaded with wildly huge snows, visited by nary a soul. The folks at Red Resort like it that way, per their “Red Sucks” marketing campaign. But they can’t keep away the intelligent ones: 2,700 acres of steep, nook-and-cranny tree skiing (1,000 of which are new this season) and 300 inches of “Kootenay Kind” dictate otherwise. Yes, anything but sucky.