REJUVENATE - RECHARGE - REINVIGORATE
Feel the Power of a BC Spring
After a winter of strenuous activity & sitting in outdoor hot tubs,
Springtime in BC is exactly the natural experience your body is craving.
Rejuvenate your soul, recharge your body, reinvigorate your mind.
Hear the magical birdsong – a fantastic delight as the crunch of winters snow fades into the distance.
The animals are waking up to the sense of the food growing again, & temperatures finally rising comfortably higher.
Sense the days stretch longer, as the marvelous greenery gently
eats away at the higher up snows, reclaiming the lands for
another season of growth & survival.
If you can dream it, you can feel it.
This is the magic of a BC Springtime – what an escape.
Hiking the Old Gold Trails
If there’s one thing that there’s no shortage of here at Red
Mountain, it’s 1000s of miles of hiking trails.
These mountains have been walked for 100s of years now, so
the hills are riddled with trails, high & low.
Not all the treasures are underground – the real precious stash
is scattered across the faces of our mountains.
Mountain Biking Mecca
Biking old railway beds, miners’ trails and whisky running routes,
Rossland is one of the founding bike destinations in BC and is
known as the Mountain Biking Capital of Canada.
Not only that but The Kootenay Columbia Trails Society (KCTS) has
created extensive trail maps of both the Rossland and neighboring
Columbia Valley region of BC.
Be excited by these trails – very excited…
The International Selkirk Loop
Travel the Rocky Mountains Scenic Drive – through Washington
& Idaho & across the border into BC…
The International Selkirk Loop been designated one of only 32 All-American Road National
Scenic Byways in the U.S
Get away from it all, on the open highways, and make your
escape in BC happen, internationally.
Spot the Wildlife
Come see the mountains slowly come to life, as the sun rises higher
in the sky. Enjoy the hot springs. Feel alive in the Kootenay Rockies.
Lakes & rivers & creeks all burst out of their winter gates on
their rapid descent all the way to the Pacific Ocean, 1200 miles away.
And all the BC wildlife get back to work foraging for the fresh delights
of Springtime – bears in the woods. Mountain cats. Meditating birds of
prey, agile mountain goats. Caribou. Moose. Spectacular.