RED MOUNTAIN, BRITISH COLUMBIA
$2,384 / $2,245 (Senior 65+)
February 6-13, 2022 (Sunday-Sunday)
This Priority List will determine the order of spaces offered on the trip. Signing up does not guarantee you a spot.
THE LAST, GREAT, UNSPOILED RESORT
Sitting in the heart of the Kootenay Rockies, Red Mountain Resort is the hidden jewel of BC's Powder Highway region. Located outside the former gold mining town of Rossland, BC, Red is among the oldest ski resorts in North America -- and now one of the best.
The resort is known to cater primarily to intermediate to advanced skiers and riders, particularly backcountry and powder lovers -- 17% beginner, 34% intermediate, 23% advanced (black) and 26% expert (double black).
Red Mountain receives 7.6 meters of annual snowfall and offers the amazing feature of in-bounds cat-skiing - $10 per run on Mt. Kirkup as well as full days with Big Red Cats -- which allow you to easily explore the diverse off-piste terrain available for a full day.
In North America, Red is ranked #1 in most acres per skier and top 10 in skiable acres (3,850 acres). 2,919 vertical feet are serviced by 8 lifts to access 119 named runs over 5 peaks. Here is the trail map; and check out the Rock Star Terrain Park.
Add/substitute a one day trip to Whitewater. Mother nature blankets the resort in over 12 meters of snow annually; that's almost 5m more than Red Mountain. Ski 2044 feet of steeps, deeps, chutes, bowls, and some of the best-glade skiing on the planet.
Located slope-side at Red Mountain Resort, The Josie Hotel provides a luxurious home base. Deluxe rooms offer mountain views and feature 1 king or 2 queen beds and a relaxation area.
❖ Round-trip Air Transportation ❖ Transfers between Airport & Hotel (with an inbound grocery stop) ❖ 7-Nights’ Accommodation ❖ 5-Day Adult Lift Pass ❖ Welcome Breakfast Reception with Snow Host Guides ❖ Welcome Après Reception @ Rafters Bar (ranked the #1 après-ski bar in the world by Powder Magazine) -- NTSC will have a $500 group credit! ❖ $300 per room (max $150 pp) Food & Beverage / Spa Credit @ the Josie ❖ All Taxes
Flight times are subject to change.
- February 06 AC1693 Toronto 9:00am – Kelowna 10:49am
- February 13 AC1694 Kelowna 11:40am – Toronto 6:53pm
Costs: (Visa/MC accepted via Skican payment portal)
- To NTSC: Non-refundable Registration Fee $45
- To SkiCan: Base Price +/- options below
- To SkiCan: Non-refundable $500 deposit (plus Insurance, if any) due at Registration; Final balance due December 20, 2021.
| Base Price (includes 5-day Lift Ticket)
ADD: Single Supplement
| ADD: Breakfast
| ADD: 6th-day Lift Ticket
| ADD: Optional day trip to Whitewater (lift ticket and bus)
|ADD: Full Day Cat Skiing
| DEDUCT: 4-day Lift Ticket
| DEDUCT: No Lift Ticket
| DEDUCT: Land Only (no air)
Baggage Fees: (*subject to change per Air Canada)
- 1st piece of checked luggage included (per direction, including taxes)
- Flights that may be booked independently do not have the first piece of luggage included.
Additional Fees / Cancellation Terms and Conditions:
Changes and cancellations are subject to fees as outlined here and must be arranged through the NTSC Travel Committee only.
Refund payments may not be made until Fall 2022. For any refunds resulting from a group cancellation, participants will receive refunds, net of non-refundable fees, on their credit card.
By completing the online registration, you are agreeing to the NTSC Charter Trip Code of Conduct and waiving certain legal rights against NTSC.
- NTSC and Tour Operators strongly recommends the purchase of trip cancellation insurance to protect non-refundable deposits and payments in the event participants are forced to cancel their vacation for medical reasons.
- Comprehensive Insurance coverage can also be added to a newly purchased policy.
- The premium is due with the deposit.
- Further details are available in the Travel Insurance section.
Please carefully read the NTSC Charter Trip Code of Conduct and the Charter Trip Waiver here.
KEEPING OUR MEMBERS SAFE DURING COVID-19
When participating in NTSC functions this season you can expect the following procedures due to COVID-19 safety protocols set by local health authorities:
Failure to comply with these safety measures will be deemed reason to terminate your NTSC membership without a refund.
Masks will be required for many NTSC functions (buses, Alpine/Nordic lessons, resorts, some socials).
All NTSC members will be required to sign a COVID-19 health declaration prior to participation in any in-person functions.
NTSC members and their guests must follow ALL protocols in place by vendors, host Resort(s) and Local Public Health Authorities.