The Cabin Experience at RED Mountain Resort, BC, That Has Everyone Buzzing

Lindsay Hayden | | Featured ArticleFeatured Article
red mountain resort, British Columbia, Canada, Constella Sunset
RED Mountain built The Constella with one goal in mind…to make skiers’ bucket lists a little longer. Photo courtesy of RED Mountain Resort/Ashley Voykin

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Nestled in the heart of RED Mountain Resort, BC, lies a collection of six cabins with premium ski-in, ski-out access to the resort’s aptly named Paradise Basin. The cozy buildings, erected last year, along with a central clubhouse, make up The Constella; as a nod to the infamously striking Kootenay sky, each cabin has been dubbed the name of a constellation. A night spent at The Constella will trick you into thinking you have been transported out of this world until you hit the slopes for first tracks in the morning and remember that you’re in Paradise. 

RED Mountain has made its wonderland even more accessible this season with a booking deal of $349 CAD / per night until December 11th.

The Constella was built with one goal in mind––to make skiers’ bucket lists a little longer. Available for one or two-night stays, each cabin includes arrangements for up to five people. As part of The Constella experience, both breakfast and dinner are available for purchase along with the refreshments at the clubhouse bar; bringing in outside food and beverage is permitted as well. RED’s commitment to service, along with the placement of the mid-mountain burg, allows its dwellers to make the most out of their slope time and provides a welcome reprieve from the winter wind after the lifts stop running for the day.

The Constella at Night, red mountain resort, British Columbia, Canada,
The mid-mountain burg location allows its dwellers to make the most out of their slope time. Photo courtesy of RED Mountain Resort/Ashley Voykin

The convenience of staying at one of The Constella cabins implores skiers to take advantage of the unique terrain offerings at RED, including 360 and 270-degree access to Granite Mountain and Grey Mountain, respectively. With three additional peaks, making for 3,850 acres of terrain to carve, the resort is a playground for skiers looking to mix up their typical terrain coverage. 

Constella Aerial
An aerial view of Paradise Basin showcases The Constella’s accessibility. Photo courtesy of RED Mountain Resort.

Perfect for elevating a trip to the mountains without giving up an inch of the quaint mountain atmosphere and untouched powder, booking at The Constella hits the mark for any skier looking for a hidden gem and stories to take back home. 

More on RED Mountain Resort:

  • Location: Rossland, British Columbia
  • Average Snowfall: 760 cm / 300 inches
  • Average Winter Temperature: -4 degrees C / 25 degrees F
  • Base Elevation: 1185 meters / 3887 feet
  • Summit Elevation: 2075 meters / 6807 feet
  • Number of Lifts: 8
  • Longest Run: 7 kilometers / 4.3 miles
  • % Beginner: 17%
  • % Intermediate: 34%
  • % Advanced: 23%
  • % Expert: 26%

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