Rossland is nestled deep in the West Kootenay’s of Southern British Columbia and is known for its elevated beauty, unassuming charm and a golden past.  Red Mountain sits high in the Monashee Mountains at an elevation of 1,023 meters.  With a population of under 4,000, no traffic lights or sprawling malls, the City of Rossland bustles in the winter snow-covered houses, festive special events, and powder-seeking, goggle-tanned locals and visitors.  If your seeking a destination with hilly streets, loads of snow, great views and an alpine setting, this winter holiday vacation is for you!
Red Mountain, which is only four kilometers from downtown, is blessed with snowfalls that exceed 750 centimeters per year.  In town, the annual snowfall averages 370 centimeters. Although there is snow in Rossland a month longer than in nearby valleys, the climate is gentle. Rarely are winter days colder than -10 C and the average high is 3 C. Often above the clouds, Rossland receives about 2,000 hours of sunshine per year and windy days are rare.
The Rossland Canadian Ski Quest program consists of five days of skiing. Saturday is the arriaval day for all programs. On Sunday the Canadian Ski Quest Staff will ski with the entire group for a couple of hours. This is where you will have the chance to meet your fellow participants and some of your instructors.  The improvement camp runs from Monday to Thursday.

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2018 Canadian Ski Quest Dates

Canadian Ski Quest Ignition Camp
Red Mountain – January 8-10

Canadian Ski Quest Red Mountain /Revelstoke
January 16-26

Canadian Ski Quest Camp 1
Red Mountain – January 29 February 2

Canadian Ski Quest Camp 2
Red Mountain – February 5-9

Canadian Ski Quest Camp 3
February 12-16

Canadian Ski Quest Powder Highway Tour
February 17-23

Canadian Ski Quest D.N.V.R. Tour                   March 10-17