Red Mountain and Rossland
We're doing an early season ski trip to Revelstoke and Red Mountain in a couple of weeks. Have some good ideas for Revelstoke, but not much info on Rossland for the Red Mountain leg of the trip. Anyone have any good chow suggetions? We're staying up at the mountain where I don't think there's much to eat but will have a car to get into town or into the area. Thanks for any help!
Nope, my only recommendation is to stick to skiing at Red, great mountain!
If you need lots of carbs, the poutine at the cafeteria there is quite large. :)
We had a great stay at Red. Our meal at Gypsy was really excellent. Prices were higher for the area but a steal for us city slickers. Excellent food, complex flavours and super friendly service. The pork medallallions were eye roll back amazing.
We also had excellent burgers at The Flying Steamshovel downtown. A bit on the overcooked side but super tasty and hit the spot.
We're returning to Red in a couple of weeks and wondering if anyone has any updates?
Gypsy is unfortunately no longer there and has been replaced by something that looks to be a food operation for the Snowcat skiing operation there.
There's a newish Italian place that I'm pretty sure moved there from being on the hill at Fernie a few years ago.
Planning to check out the Colander in Trail. Carbing up after skiing is always good!
For those that are on the mountain, the food at the Paradise Lodge on the backside of Granite was quite good. They have the usual grill stuff but had rotating specials. One day there were perogies and sausages that were really nice.
There's a nice fire and you can put your gloves around it to warm up. It's a nice spot for lunch and they do dinners up there once a month as well.