Learn What to See and Do in Rossland
Nestled in the crater of an ancient volcano at an elevation of 1023 meters, Rossland is one of Canada's highest cities. With an average annual snowfall of 750 centimetres (300") at Red Mountain, Rossland has a renowned reputation for powder skiing and has produced some of Canada’s best ski racers. Rossland offers mountain bikers and hikers hundreds of kilometers of trails, all radiating from the centre of town.
Be sure to stop by Kootenay Gateway, located downtown Rossland at 2118 Columbia Avenue. Get information on how to get around, biking and maybe pick up a souvenir.
The Rossland Museum is also home to Rossland’s official Visitor Centre! Drop in to pick up free brochures and maps or learn about local hotels, restaurants, and activities.
Tourism Rossland is a destination marketing organization (DMO) and works collaboratively with input from all Rossland tourism stakeholders. The organization is a registered non-profit society which was formed in 2007. Managing by objectives, Tourism Rossland leads, directs and manages tourism development on behalf of Rossland by building on the existing strengths of local businesses and organizations, by being inclusive in nature, and developing strategic alliances.