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Red Mountain, Roseland is mostly a freeride and pow place. Lots of advanced freeride terrain.

This is only from comments by other people and felloow instructors who worked there.

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If you have transport you are close to Nelson ( Whitewater ) And if you go to Nelson you will pass through Salmo that has a cool Community hill one tbar and an awesome  lunch bar. Open weekends and after school for the kids to play and stay out of trouble it has nice fall line runs. You can hit Whitewater and have supper at Salmo  then do some nite skiing. At least drive up and have a look it's just off the highway.

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