Jun 29, 2011
The ridgelines are ragged. The runs are long and unbroken.
Who wants to talk shop when there’s 8,000 acres of world-class terrain, from high-alpine glaciers to giant hemlock forests, spread across two mountains plastered by a stable maritime snowpack?
Ride the Red chair to the top of Red Mountain, site of western Canada’s first chairlift, opened in 1947.