Added by Kyle Frost

110 runs across 3 mountains, all with great skiing and a friendly, authentic vibe.

There’s something delightfully old-school about RED. Show up, park where there’s room and get going from the pretty basic base area. Don’t stop skiing until your legs do. 

Highlights for us included Powderfields, Ledges, Captn Jacks, and Beer Belly — as well as the “Poochies Trees” off the Red Mountain chair. It’s easy to see why the locals here can rip. Wherever you are on the mountain, you’ll find cliff bands and kickers, and someone sending it HARD. With 3,850 skiable acres and buckets of powder every year, the days here can be the ultimate steep and deep skiing. 

Be sure to also check out their inbounds cat skiing ($10 a ride) and the brand new boutique hotel The Josie, as well as a new hostel at the base area.

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